Cast iron teapot of Japanese manufacturing enamelled on the inside. Always carefully decorated outside relief sometimes traditional, sometimes more modern pattern. Obviously contains a filter in stainless steel.
Content: 0.55 lt.
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The indispensable object in a tea ceremony is the teapot. Teapots are available in many forms, materials and dimensions. It is the material which has a great influence on the quality of the tea. For lovers of highly oxidized teas as well as tea, blue-green, black, and dark, it is advisable to use the teapots "without memory". They give impetus to all freshness and a tea organolepticly very different. The most popular teapots that retain no trace of the past are considered the cast-iron teapots.
You will find in the collection Made in Japan a pretty cast iron teapot of Japanese manufacturing enamelled on the inside. This elegant teapot subtle and is adapted to the highest standards of tea lovers. It attracts by its small size and its form very convenient. Its large black handle gives lightness and you can pour the tea with precision to the last drop. It contains a filter in stainless steel and you can accompany it with a trivet, decorated with patterns in relief.
Fruit of a long Japanese craft traditionthe teapot beautifully combines the practical and aesthetic aspects. It is elaborately decorated outside relief sometimes traditional, sometimes more modern pattern. The cast iron teapot is available in 2 colours, red and black. According to studies, the color red stimulates and appetite. A strong symbol, red is associated with passion, love and desire.
Marry this traditional Japanese teapot and cute with the tea purple flowers the collection Made in Japan for a guaranteed elegance.
Difficult not to crack on this beautiful cast iron teapot allows to make wonderful infusions and keep the heat for a long time!
• Material: cast iron.
• Made in Japan.
1. before first use:
Carefully clean your teapot in very hot water.
Dry the inside and outside of the kettle with a cloth dry, while it is still hot.
2.lors of use:
Never directly heat the teapot on the bonfire.
Do not use microwave or cooktop, but heat except water in a saucepan.
3. for cleaning:
Don't use any detergent product (but exclusively), or sponge abrasive (so as not to scratch the enamel).
Avoid any contact with salt or oil.
Cool never abruptly the still warm teapot.