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Bee House Teapot 22oz - Sencha Green

by Bee House
List price: $34.95 Price: $30.95 Buy Now

Features:
  • Makes a great gift!
  • Serve tea to your friends
  • Capacity for up to 22 fl oz

Product description

Brew your tea in style with this chic teapot, which features a removable stainless steel lid and infuser.



Bee House 26oz Round Ceramic Teapot (Sencha)

Price: $32.95 Buy Now

Features:
  • Elegant and compact, the XL version is just over 4.5 inches tall
  • Microwave safe (with metal lid and infuser removed)
  • 26oz XL version, includes stainless steel infuser

Product description

The Bee House 26 oz ceramic teapot imported from Japan features an elegant glossy finish, removable stainless steel flip top lid, and removable stainless steel infuser. This teapot brews 2-3 mugs, or 3-4 cups.

Teapot is dishwasher safe, and microwave safe with stainless steel lid and infuser are removed. Bee House makes it easy to pre-heat your teapot, and to keep it sparkling clean!

Bee House 26oz Teapots may also be used with any size Bee House coffee dripper.

Bee House (Zero Japan) ceramic products are manufactured in the Gifu prefecture, the center of Japanese ceramics for many centuries. The Bee House name was inspired by the concept of a group of dedicated people working closely together to create well-designed, simple and functional products.









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Kitchen gadgets review: Mr Tea – he's gently urinating in my cuppa 06/24/15, via The Guardian

Mr Tea gets to work on Rhik's cup of lemon verbena. Photograph: Teri Pengilley for the Guardian. Rhik Samadder. Wednesday 24 June 2015 10.54 EDT Last modified on Wednesday 24 June 2015 19.00 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via 

New York Times

Tea Culture Blossoms in New York 05/05/15, via New York Times

Dr. Weil was 17 when he visited Japan in 1959 and discovered sencha and matcha. For Christopher Day, who runs the tea program at Eleven Madison Park, the epiphany was a sip of rose tea in a Chinese apothecary on a back street in Philadelphia. And for 

Tokoname tea pot Demonstration to make Japanese Sencha green tea

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_KbJT5zlPw

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The Story of Tea

The Story of Tea

Published by Michael W. Powell

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Whether it's a delicate green tea or a bracing Assam black, a cup of tea is a complex brew of art and industry, tradition and revolution, East and West. In this sweeping tour through the world of tea, veteran tea traders Mary Lou Heiss and Robert J. Heiss chronicle tea's influence across the globe and provide a complete reference for choosing, drinking, and enjoying this beverage. The Story of Tea begins with a journey along the tea trail, from the lush forests of China, where tea cultivation first flourished, to the Buddhist temples of Japan, to the vast tea gardens of India, and beyond. Offering an insider'­s view of all aspects of tea trade, the Heisses examine Camellia sinensis, the tea bush, and show how subtle differences in territory and production contribute to the diversity of...

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Kitchen gadgets review: Mr Tea – he's gently urinating in my cuppa - The Guardian

Mr Tea ( £9. 99, Lakeland ), a perforated silicone sleeve for steeping loose-leaf tea, which clips on to a cup rim. The whole unit resembles a relaxed bather, with the detachable lower half constituting his trousers. While preparation of leaf tea is traditionally a ritualised communion with ideas of elegance and solemnity, there’s always room for novelty pants. “Throw some tea in your trousers” is the worst advice in the world, and if you did it in America, probably grounds to sue yourself. It’s not even accurate, as the legwear they are referring to belongs to the man inside. I pull his rubber trousers off, pack them with leaves, and pop him into a cup of hot water. “He’s steeped in fun,” the packaging reassures me. “Pantloads of fun. ” He’s steeped in something. The man smiles as flavour seeps through his britches, swirling into the liquid. To be honest, it looks like he’s gently urinating into a hot tub. From the packaging, this little silicone pervert appears to be called Fred, but I later find out Fred is, confusingly, the name of the Rhode Island-based design team behind this. Mr Tea himself has no other name. Maybe he’s taking time off filming a Brit remake of Reservoir Dogs to relax, and piss himself in your oolong. Maybe he’s a Buddhist. Why is he so relaxed, given a dunking in near boiling water. Who wears trousers in a jacuzzi. The logic breaks down when you consider it. My tea turns out just a touch weak – the lemon verbena leaves I’m using are too large to pack in sufficient quantity, but in fairness I have similar problems with a ball-infuser. I just need to stop drinking such goddamned chunky, masculine tea is all. I wouldn’t choose him over a strainer, but Fred-not-Fred is cute company, and the look of goofy bliss on his face is strangely calming. just not quite my cup of tea. There’s something icky about silicone rubber and food. The Fred team remind us their BPA and phthalate-free silicone rubber distributes heat evenly, and can withstand temperatures between -30C (-22F) and 232C (450F). But icky is icky. Counter, drawer or back of the cupboard. In the drawer. Or possibly the toilet, if he needs to go. 3/5.

Source: www.theguardian.com

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Sencha Tea Maker and Warmer Set - 12/11/13, via houzz.com

The Sencha Tea Maker and Warmer Set features a teapot with a large, easy to fill strainer. The tea is possible to serve without removing the strainer. Tea Warmer is made from matte-finished stainless steel with room for a tealight candle (3cm diameter in ...

Berghoff Glass Teapot - 12/11/13, via houzz.com

Make your favorite flavored teas in the comfort of your home! This glass teapot features a glass infuser to add any flavor you'd like with ease. It is made of heat resistant glass and can be used in the dishwasher for easy cleanup.

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Sencha Ewer or Export Teapot in the Form of Bamboo with Painting of the Three Creeds- Fenggan with Tiger, Confucius, and Laozi LACMA AC1997.273.46.1-.2
Sencha Ewer or Export Teapot in the Form of Bamboo with Painting of the Three Creeds- Fenggan with Tiger, Confucius, and Laozi LACMA AC1997.273.46.1-.2
Wikimedia Commons image page Description Title Sencha Ewer or Export Teapot in the Form of Bamboo with Painting of the Three Creeds: Fenggan with Tiger, Confucius, and Laozi Description : Japan, second half of 19th century : Furnishings; Serviceware : Hirado Mikawachi ware; porcelain with blue underglaze : Gift of Allan and Maxine Kurtzman (AC1997.273.46.1-.2) : [http: //www.lacma.org/art/collection/japanese-art Japanese Art] Accession number AC1997.273.46.1-.2 Date Second half of 19th century Dimensions 7 3/8 x 9 x 5 1/8 in. (18.6 x 23 x 13 cm) Source *Image: http: //collections.lacma.org/sites/default/files/remote_images/piction/ma-31803150-O3.jpg *Gallery: http: //collections.lacma.org/node/189961 Institution {{Institution: Los Angeles County Museum of Art}} Permission License Public domain LACMA Containers from Japan in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Images from LACMA uploaded by Fæ Images from LACMA uploaded by Fæ (check needed) Serviceware in the Los Angeles...
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Package From Kyoto, Japan
Package From Kyoto, Japan
Sencha tea and Kyusu I ordered from Hibiki-an.
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Tea Envelope and Kyusu Box
Tea Envelope and Kyusu Box
Sencha tea and Kyusu I ordered from Hibiki-an.
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Sencha teapot, Japanese, 19th century
Sencha teapot, Japanese, 19th century
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