Chinese Porcelain Teapots
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The tea set is "Cobblestone" Series, inspired by the ever changing streams, and the form of pebbles. A simple, rustic cobblestone contains an ordinary but beautiful story - we imagine gentle laps of water forming its smooth, round shape, and pick it up to feel the never ending curve granted by nature. It's designed both cheerful and intelligent, echoing the spirit of the orient.
Why do we use porcelain teapot
Making tea is essentially the process of breaking down the cell structure of tea leaves to release their flavor. Using the traditional method of Chinese tea-making, called Gong-Fu Cha, the teapot is perhaps the most important element in this process. The tea-maker must match the right size and shape of teapot, the type of clay and firing temperature with the right type of tea and the number of people being served. And since a teapot is something that may be used every day, it should be something that is comfortable to handle, long lasting and pleasing to the eye.
Porcelain teapots are adequate for making white and green teas. Their walls are often thinner than those made of ceramic, and they have low heat transference compared to other materials, so also maintain the temperature of the tea liquor quite well but not as long as ceramics. Since white and green teas are brewed at lower temperatures, porcelain teapots will be most appropriate to use
Porcelain teaware offers higher heat retention than many other materials. Also, glazed ceramic teapots don't absorb flavors, so you can brew various teas with a single teapot.
183*144*74mm, 800ml pretty ceramic teapot:1 Pcs
95*94*21mm Lid: 1 Pcs
133*83*18mm Wooden Handle: 1 Pcs
Stainless Steel Infuser: 1 Pcs
55ml (1.94oz) White Teacup: 2 Pcs
Diameter 95*95mm Round rattan coasters: 2 Pcs
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This beautiful tea set comes with a 24 oz teapot with a removable Porcelain filter cup, a Porcelain teapot warmer, and 2 porcelain tea cups and 2 saucers and 2 spoons. All pieces are made entirely of heat resistant borosilicate glass and porcelain. Good for hot, iced tea, coffee (bag cofee) brew; Elegant and modern design. The roomy removable filter allows tealeaves to expand and provide full infusion of the leaves. It is easy to brew loose tea. Just put the tea into the inner cup and add some water, then the inner cup releases infused tea directly into the outside teapot. The tea warmer cozy can fit most teapots. Showpiece of traditional Chinese craftsmanship, Brings effortless elegance and beauty to your kitchen. Dishwasher Safe, Not safe in microwave
This beautiful tea set comes with a 27 oz teapot with a removable Porcelain filter cup, a Porcelain teapot warmer, and 2 porcelain tea cups and 2 saucers and 2 spoon. All pieces are made entirely of heat resistant borosilicate glass and porcelain. Good for hot, iced tea, coffee (bag cofee) brew; Elegant and modern design. The roomy removable filter allows tealeaves to expand and provide full infusion of the leaves. It is easy to brew loose tea. Just put the tea into the inner cup and add some water, then the inner cup releases infused tea directly into the outside teapot. The tea warmer cozy can fit most teapots. Showpiece of traditional Chinese craftsmanship, Brings efortless elegance and beauty to your kitchen. Dishwasher Safe, Not safe in microwave
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