Cheap Glass Teapots
Veesun glass tea pot is made of Borosilicate glass. Its infuser and lid are made of anti rust stainless steel which can make sure them will not go rust within 20 years. Thanks to the features and characteristics of Borosilicate glass, the pot body is transparent and clear. Meanwhile, the pot is thin but durable. Borosilicate glass is more stronger than normal glass. It is not so fragile as normal glass and it can withstand instant temperature change from -30 ℃ to 150℃.
The 304 stainless steel strainer infuser's sieve whole is less than 0.2mm. That can make sure a perfect infusion effect. The infuser's edges are specially processed and it will not cut or hurt users' hand easily.
Package: Teapot set (infuser and lid are included) x1
Size: 6.5 x 3.9 x 5.9 inches
These simple white porcelain tea bag holders will match any table setting. Each holder measures 3 1/2" tall and 4 3/4" from handle to spout.
Glass teapots are useful for brightly colored and flowered teas. Learn to use a glass teapot with tips from a tea lounge owner in this free tea brewing video.
Do you want a stove top kettle without metal or plastic parts to give you an aftertaste or leech in chemicals? Want a glass pot that comes with an included tea infuser to make gourmet loose leaf tea? A glass teapot that can be used without the infuser to make blooming teas? Well, the Munich stovetop kettle and infuser teapot is the answer. Munich is not only one of our top sellers, its also our in house favorite! It is made of high quality borosilicate glass that is safe for use with hot water. The glass is guaranteed for life against clouding. It is also lead free glass, like all Grosche Glass products. Borosilicate glass is lighter yet stronger than regular cheap silica glass that commercial glassware is made of. The 1250 ml capacity (42 fl oz) at max fill is perfect for upto 4-5 cups of tea, depending on the size of cups. The Munich is hand made by crafts persons who specialize in tea kettles and infuser teapots. A unique and gorgeous stovetop water kettle and infuser teapot! Perfect for use with the Grosche Blooming tea variety pack for a very beautiful and tasty tea experience. Also great with any loose leaf tea. We do not recommend using the Munich Infuser Teapot on the stove top. Boil water in a kettle and pour hot water into the teapot. Teapot is not for microwave use. Features Classic and Elegant Design. it comes with a removable infuser that can be used to steep loose leaf teasse teas and spices. Heat safe highest quality Medical Grade Borosilicate Glass construction Lifetime Warranty against clouding - High Quality Medical grade glassware 1250ml/42 fl. oz capacity makes up to 4-5 cups of tea Tea Steeping Times Green: 1-2 minutes Black: 3-5 minutes White and Oolong: 4-6 minutes Tisane: 5-7 minutes Care Do not microwave the Munich- it has a metal band to hold the beaker secure. Hand wash all parts with soap and warm water. All parts are dishwasher safe, but take care as other items knocking into them may cause damage. Wipe down the body with a s
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