cast iron teapot set cast iron teapot warmer cast iron teapot old dutch cast iron teapot Cast Iron Tea Pots with removable Stainless Steel Infuser, 27 oz (800 ml), Blue color

$24.89 (as of April 24, 2018, 5:50 pm)

✓When it comes to brewing tea, most people picture boiling water in a stainless-steel kettle or pouring water from a ceramic or clay teapot. Few people, however, picture a cast iron teapot as the traditional method of brewing tea. In fact, cast iron teapots have been used in Japan for hundreds of years, and they are still a part of the Japanese tea ceremonies around the country.
✓Our cast iron teapot is inspired by traditional Japanese design. The matte blue exterior gives this teapot a touch of antique elegance that will make a striking fixture on any settings.
✓The heavily constructed cast iron body prevents the pot from cracking easily and retains heat well – it can keep your tea at the proper serving temperature for up to an hour. In addition, the enamel interior preserves the taste of tea original and pure and prevents the interior from rusting. The pot also comes with a mesh tea infuser, keeping the loose-leaf teas out of your cup and thus it is much easier to clean your pot after use. It can last for a lifetime if properly cared for.

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1.Before you start the use of any cast iron teapots, please put 5-10 grams of tea into the iron pot and brew for about 10 minutes.A tannin film willcover the inside of the pot, which is the reaction of tannin from tea leaves and Fe2+ from iron pot and it’s going to protect the pot from rusting and remove the odor of new pot if there’s any.

2.Empty the pot after each use. Remove the lid even as drying the teapot, the remaining water will evaporate slowly

3. Please do not wash or rub the teapot with a sponge,detergent, brush or cleaning implement. You can also polish the surface of theteapot with a lightly squeezed soft cloth soaked with tea leaves as this will help keep the exterior glossy.

✓On the subject of brewing tea, the general public picture boiling water in a stainless-steel kettle or pouring water from a ceramic or clay teapot. Few people, then again, picture a cast iron teapot as the traditional method of brewing tea. Actually, cast iron teapots have been used in Japan for hundreds of years, and they are still part of the Japanese tea ceremonies around the country.
✓Our cast iron teapot is inspired by traditional Japanese design. The matte blue exterior gives this teapot a touch of antique elegance so that you can make a striking fixture on any settings.
✓The heavily constructed cast iron body prevents the pot from cracking easily and retains heat well – it can keep your tea at the proper serving temperature for up to an hour. In addition, the enamel interior preserves the taste of tea original and pure and prevents the interior from rusting. The pot also comes with a mesh tea infuser, keeping the loose-leaf teas out of your cup and thus it is much easier to clean your pot after use. It can last for a lifetime if properly cared for.
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