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GONE Friendly Glass Teapot with Stainless Steel Infuser 900ml Clear Borosilicate

by GONE Friendly
Price: $49.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Warranty guaranteed for 2 years
  • Holds 3-4 cups (900ml) of tea for multiple refills or sharing

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Flourish and Thrive



Primula Daisy Borosilicate 40oz Glass Teapot with Glass Infuser – For Loose Tea, Bagged and Flowering Teas

by Epoca Inc.
List price: $21.55 Price: $21.50 Buy Now

Features:
  • TEA BREWING IN GLASS: Handcrafted from borosilicate glass, the Primula Daisy Glass Teapot is the ideal choice for individuals interested in both subtle and bold flavored teas. Glass does not retain flavor like yixing clay does, making this teapot fantastic for tea lovers who want to sample a wide range of tastes while still being able enjoy their favorites.
  • INTELLIGENT DESIGN: The Daisy Glass Teapot works exceptionally well with bagged and flowering teas, and includes a glass infuser for the placement of loose leaf tea. Its ergonomic handle and anti-drip spout allow for easy and clean pouring, and it's dishwasher and microwave safe. The Daisy Glass Teapot holds 36 ounces for bagged tea without the infuser, 34 ounces for flowering tea without the infuser, and 32 ounces for loose tea with the infuser.
  • SPECIFICATIONS: Package includes (1) 36 oz. (1,065 ml) Primula Daisy Glass Teapot with Glass Infuser.

Product description

Handcrafted from borosilicate glass, the Primula Daisy Glass Teapot is the ideal choice for individuals interested in both subtle and bold flavored teas. Glass does not retain flavor like yixing clay does, making this teapot fantastic for tea lovers who want to sample a wide range of tastes while still being able enjoy their favorites. Designed to fit all home and kitchen aesthetics, our Daisy Glass Teapot is as much a decoration and talking piece as it is a superior brewer. This teapot allows you to fully appreciate the art of brewing tea, and is perfect suited for flowering teas. The Daisy Glass Teapot also works exceptionally well with bagged teas and includes a glass infuser for the placement of loose leaf tea. Its ergonomic handle and anti-drip spout allow for easy and clean pouring, and it is dishwasher and microwave safe. The Daisy Glass Teapot holds 36 ounces for bagged tea without the infuser, 34 ounces for flowering tea without the infuser, and 32 ounces for loose tea with the infuser. At Primula, we create new items by exploring how people prepare beverages in different cultures and work to understand the experience and ritual behind these preparations. Identifying why people love different and unique beverages is the first step in our creative process, and our products are designed to connect with that rationality.








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National afternoon tea week 2014: 10 best teapots 08/10/14, via The Independent

Summer is the perfect time for garden parties and picnics and what better way to relax on those long days than with a cup of tea? But don't just pour from the kettle - add a bit of style with one of these teapots.

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How the Experts Brew Tea 05/04/15, via New York Times

For regular green tea leaves, the Japanese often use a kyusu, a one-handled teapot with a built-in strainer. The tea importer Sebastian Beckwith said tea steeping varies according to water temperature, the amount of leaves and infusion time. Western

GROSCHE Merlin Glass teapot with infuser review for loose tea

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The Tea Book

The Tea Book

Published by Penguin 2015

ISBN 9781465445711,1465445714
224 pages

Where does tea come from? With DK's The Tea Book, learn where in the world tea is cultivated and how to drink each variety at its best, with steeping notes and step-by-step recipes. Visit tea plantations from India to Kenya, recreate a Japanese tea ceremony, discover the benefits of green tea, or learn how to make the increasingly popular Chai tea. Exploring the spectrum of herbal, plant, and fruit infusions, as well as tea leaves, this is a comprehensive guide for all tea lovers.

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Let Loose: A guide to loose leaf tea - Peninsula Pulse

Although your cup of Joe may get you going in the morning, there is one beverage that is far more widely consumed for its caffeine and antioxidant properties: tea. The health benefits of tea are widely known, with its antioxidants being credited with protecting the body from cancer and reducing the risk of heart attacks and other diseases. For most loose tea lovers, like Karen McCarthy (co-owner of Tea Thyme in Sister Bay), it comes down to quality and flavor. "[Bagged tea] is tea from further down the process," McCarthy said. "They take out the highest quality teas first to be the loose leaf and then the tea in the tea bags is towards the end of the process. It may sound intimidating to get into, but at its basic level, making the perfect up of loose leaf tea comes down to three things: the tea leaf, water and steep. Although there are thousands of kinds of tea, there are four major categories that encompass "true tea" (which come from the same plant, the Camellia sinensis): white, green, oolong and black, which speak to how much a tea is oxidized (the natural... Herbal teas are those that come from other leaves, roots, fruits or flowers. "Herbal teas are not actually teas as such because they're not made from the tea plant, so they're called tisanes because there is no tea in them," McCarthy said. There are several ways to steep loose leaf tea: directly in the teapot (after steeping, use a tea strainer to prevent loose leaf tea from getting into cup), a tea infuser ball, or in a teapot or cup with a built-in infuser. Whichever option you choose, keep in mind that tea leaves need room to expand in order to release their full flavor. McCarthy prefers the use of a tea strainer, which allows the flavors to mix well. The type of tea one brews influences the water temperature and steep time, with a general breakdown as follows: white and green tea, 175-degree water, steep for two to three minutes. oolong tea, 205-degree water, steep for 4 5 minutes. and black or herbal tea, 212-degree water, steep for 4 5 minutes. Water temperature is easiest to determine for black and herbal tea simply bring the water to a boil, which happens at 212 degrees Fahrenheit. For the others, McCarthy suggests bringing water to a boil, transferring it to another container, then using a thermometer to monitor the temperature while it lowers to the appropriate number. "It's the temperatures that the flavors of the tea are released," McCarthy said. They haven't been processed as much so the flavor is released earlier at a lower temperature whereas with the black and the herbal teas, it's the hotter water that brings out the flavor. To brew the perfect cup, McCarthy recommends heating filtered, spring or bottled water on a stovetop to boiling, then pouring a small amount of water into a teapot and swirling it around to warm the pot. Place the loose leaf tea into the teapot using 1 teaspoon of tea per cup of water, then when the water is lowered to the appropriate temperature, pour the water into the teapot and let steep for the designated amount of time. McCarthy typically covers the teapot with a tea cozy, then pours the tea through a strainer into a cup. Loose leaf tea may be steeped more than once, although subsequent uses of the same tea will lessen the amount of caffeine and flavor in it. When McCarthy is finished with her tea, she repurposes the used tea leaves by putting them on top of her... For those interested in visual and taste bud stimulation, look no further than blooming teas. Blooming teas are artisan teas where handpicked tea leaves are wrapped around flowers to form small rosettes. As for storage, loose leaf tea begins to lose some of its quality after six months, McCarthy said, though it may last up to two years if kept in a dark, dry place. For fruit teas and teas with flowers, 12 months seems to be the limit. For those who prefer the convenience of bagged tea with the flavor potential of loose leaf, McCarthy recommends purchasing make-your-own tea bags and filling them with loose leaf tea. "Certainly there is nothing wrong with bagged tea," McCarthy said. You can certainly get a good cup of tea from a tea bag but sometimes there is more of a ceremony to making.

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Primula Ptw2340dst Glass Teapot With Stainless Steel Infuser

Home & Outdoor


Description:? #9; #9; #9;Teas of the World Tea SetMODEL#PTW2340DSTProduct Description: Teas of the World Tea Set includes a Tempo Round 40 oz. Glass Teapot with Stainless Steel Infuser, 2 Herbal Infusion Tea Packs, 6 Rose amp; Black Tea Packs, 6 Green Tea Packs, 2 Flowering Teas in a Keepsake Bag. #9; #9; #9;UPC Code: 741393229127

$17.69

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Primula Asha Teapot - Clear - 1.9 quart Teapot, Infuser - Borosilicate Glass - Dishwasher Safe - 1 Piece(s)

Home And Outdoor


Primula Asha 60-Ounce Glass Teapot is our largest glass teapot, it was designed with entertaining in mind. It is made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass with a decorative glass leaf lid. The Asha Teapot includes two flowering teas, making this an ideal gift for tea lovers. It is also top rack dishwasher safe. It ships in UPS safe packaging.

$26.78

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Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Collab: The Group for Modern and Contemporary Design at the Philadelphia Museum ... before 1945 Mold- and free-blown glass Teapot: 4 1/2 x 7 x 11 inches (11.4 x 17.8 x 27.9 cm) Infuser: 3 3/8 x 2 1/4 inches (8.6 x ...

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the Bodum Assam Glass Teapot is an eye-catching and essential addition to any tea drinker’s kitchen. The dishwasher safe pot has an internal stainless steel infuser for loose leaf teas and a patented, innovative design that can prevent over brewing at ...

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26 oz. all glass teapot with glass infuser and warmer. Beautifully made and elegant to serve from. The Living Room ~ Consignment Gallery & Tea ~ 6524 NE 181st, Suite 10, Kenmore, WA 98028 425-877-1074 thelivingroominkenmore.com/
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Home, Chippenham, September 2011 My new teapot, I've been admiring this for a couple of weeks now and finally decided to buy it (not an expensive item, I just wasn't sure how much use a coffee drinker might get from it). A very aromatic Lemon flavoured black tea add the colour - tasted ok, apart from at the end of the cup when the 'flavour' tastes a bit 'fake' - if you know what I mean.
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