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Sotya 40 Ounce Japanese tetsubin Cast Iron Teapot Cherry Blossoms Kettle with Infuser Black

Price: $35.90 Buy Now

  • Removable stainless steel mesh infuser
  • Capacity: 40 oz
  • Made in Japan

Product description

1. The use of Sotya iron pot boiled water containing divalent iron ions, so there will be spring water effect, which can effectively enhance the taste, very suitable for brewing all kinds of tea.
2.Not only can boil, also can continue to heat, the functional scope is wider, can be specially used to flush scented tea and fruit Tea,black tea, used to cook a variety of teas is also a good choice, because through the cast iron pot of boiling, can effectively remove the smell of tea, improve taste.

1.Improve Water Quality: make the water more soft, sweet, which can also improve the taste of tea.
2.Good Health: iron teapot in the heating process will continue to release Fe2+, easy to be absorbed by the body, you can supplement the body needs, so as to effectively prevent anemia.

1.So the tea contained in the tannin and iron pot dissolved in the iron, will be formed in the iron pot surface layer of tannin iron film, at the same time can remove the smell of the new pot. Boil the pot after the water drained, repeat 2-3 times until the water can be clear.
2.Daily use, please do not fill up, lest overflow after boiling. Iron pot used for about 5 days, the wall will appear scarlet spots, 10 days or so there will be white scale. This is a normal phenomenon, as long as the water is not cloudy does not affect the drink.
3.After each use, open a small fire in the pot of water to fully evaporate, and then dry with a soft cloth dry, keep the pot dry, do not the remaining water overnight. Prevents the iron pot from rusting, affects the service life.

In fact, iron pot rust needn't worry too much. Because iron pot rust does not harm people's health, it will only affect the taste of tea or water.
Add green tea to boil water for about 30 minutes or longer and repeat 2-3 times.

TOWA Workshop Japanese Tetsubin Tea Kettle Cast Iron Teapot with Stainless Steel Infuser Black 22 oz

by TOWA Workshop
Price: $39.99 Buy Now

  • Cast iron construction keeps tea warm for a long time
  • With removable stainless steel mesh infuser
  • Cast iron tea pot lined with enamel to prevent rusting

Product description

The cast iron kettle, also called TETSUBIN in Japan,which has handreds year of production.TOWA Workshop is one of the traditional workshops of handmade tetsubin.
You will find that use Tetsubin of boiling water, its taste is very different from any other ordinary cooking utensils boiled water, the taste is unique.
According to the Ministry of health in Japan, ordinary people needs about 10 milligrams a day. Using Tetsubin, it provides the ferrous ion for our body, which is easier to absorb. Iron intake helps to improve the immune system, the liver function, and the problem of constipation. Even for those infertility problems, it also helps in some way.

1.On the fist time, put 5g-10 g loose tea (or lemon) with 70% water into the pot, keep boiling for 10 minutes to get rid of the interior odor of the new Kettle.
2.Then pouring off the water from iron tea pot, and reboiling it with flesh water for 10 minutes. Repeat the step for 2 to 3 times, until the boild water is clear.
Reason: Through the above two steps, it not only to get rid of the odor from the new teapot but also help to prevent it from getting rust. Because the tannins contained in tea and the iron parts dissolved from iron will take a reaction and form a tannins-iron layer inside the cast iron teapot.

1.Dry it each time after finish using the tetsubin.
2.Do not leave any water in the tetsubin for a long time.
3.Must use lower output or weak fire until entire tetsubin is heated up.
4.Never try to remove spots from inside of tetsubin.
5.Rusted iron is safe for health.
6.Can touch the outside of tetsubin.

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Simple, sleek Japanese tetsubin cast iron pots, featuring decorative designs in relief on the exterior, have been in use for more than 600 years. Lovely glass vessels are perfect for showing off blooming teas, which flower as they steep. And Ohio's

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lily-of-the-valley, soft vanilla, and white musk are complimented with, of course, cherry blossom flowers. The tea is served in a traditional Japanese cast iron teapot (tetsubin) and cups, with sliced lemons and rose petals on the side. It is

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264 pages

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To a tea: Aged Japanese teapots - 08/21/13, via Orange County Register

For those who love Asian antiques, wabi sabi comes naturally. It can be found in the rustic beauty of a Japanese cast-iron teapot, called Tetsubin. The Japanese have been using Tetsubin teapots for centuries. Families used the cast-iron teapots as kettles ...

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