Double Wall Glass Teapot
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This Borosilicate double wall teapot measures 5.35 inches in length x 5.35 inches in width x 5 inches in height. You will get 1 durable, modern and functional Borosilicate double wall teapot when you order this product. This teapot is made from high quality material so you can feel confident that it will last for a long time. In addition, this teapot adds a classy beauty to tea parties, restaurants, catering events and any food environment where tea is a beverage staple.
Tea Branch borosilicate glass teapot is elegant teapot designed for you to steep your favorite loose leaf tea and blooming tea. The Tea Branch Teapot was thoughtfully designed with a lightweight yet durable borosilicate glass. that is known for its resistant to thermal shock, making it durable teapot that is going to last for long time.
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From Teaology comes an incredible new line of tea accessories that make a bold statement. Made of durable, heat resistant, mouth-blown borosilicate glass of the finest quality, the Infuso is the perfect tea brewing set. Our design is popular with flower blossom tea such as chrysanthemum blooming tea. Borosilicate glass is stronger than common glass. It is shatter-resistant and resitant to high heat. It is the same glass used in making beakers, test tubes and other chemistry equipment. Avoid the aftertaste and flavor you get from plastic and metal kettles. This set comes with our famous Azzurro teapot and a set of 4 Luna Teacups. The teapot comes with an included stainless steel tea infuser to make gourmet loose leaf tea. It can be used on gas, electric, and coil type stovetops. It is lead free glass. The double-walled design of each Luna glass insulates drinks at their ideal temperature and suspends drinks with a unique floating effect. The glass is condensation free and does not get hot to the touch when filled with hot beverages. The glassware is dishwasher, microwave (excluding metal infusion parts) and freezer safe. Teapot measures 8" wide with handle and spout x 5.75" and 4.75" tall. 700ml/24oz volume. Each glass measures 2.5" wide and 1.5" tall and has a volume of 60ml.
From Teaology comes an incredible new line of tea accessories that make a bold statement. Made of durable, heat resistant, mouth-blown borosilicate glass of the finest quality, the Infuso is the perfect tea brewing set. Our design is popular with flower blossom tea such as chrysanthemum blooming tea. Borosilicate glass is stronger than common glass. It is shatter-resistant and resistant to high heat. It is the same glass used in making beakers, test tubes and other chemistry equipment. Avoid the aftertaste and flavor you get from plastic and metal kettles. This set comes with a beautiful all-glass teapot, kettle warmer base with tea light and a set of 6 Luna50 Teacups. The teapot is perfect for pouring hot water or make your own blooming tea. It can be used on gas, electric, and coil type stove tops. It is lead free glass. It comes with a match borosilicate glass warmer base with metal plate insert and a starter tea light. The double-walled design of each Luna50 glass insulates drinks at their ideal temperature and suspends drinks with a unique floating effect. The glass is condensation free and does not get hot to the touch when filled with hot beverages. This set includes 6 of these Luna50 glasses. The glassware is dishwasher, microwave (excluding metal plate) and freezer safe. Teapot measures 8" wide with handle and spout x 5" and 5" tall. 600ml/20oz volume. Each glass measures 2.5" wide and 1.5" tall and has a volume of 50ml. Note: We also offer Luna glasses in a larger 80ml size in other listings.
Sorry it’s been a while since my last blog but, since my last post, I’ve moved house, unpacked my house, rebuilt a built-in wardrobe, been to a fabulous wedding in Miami (that still has me smiling), ridden in a Bentley, gotten sunburnt, peeled,... As you already know, I decided to eschew the leafy tranquility of life in the burbs and head back into the city. The plan is to rent for a year first, check out the various neighborhoods, then sell my place in San Francisco to some entrepreneur tecchie millionaire and buy a multi-unit building here. Live in the top one, rent out the bottom unit. I’ve not decided yet. Anyway, I’ve now moved into my new place in Wicker Park in Chicago – and I think I’m going to be very happy there. Its got a very comfy feeling to it so, though I’ve been in just over a week, its already starting to feel like home. One of my criteria for how home-y a place feels is to imagine it at Christmas time – and bizarrely enough, I just bought a gently-used Christmas tree from a Brit I met through the Brits in Chicago Facebook page who is moving back to the UK, so is... $50 for a John Lewis Xmas tree, complete with lights and absolutely no spiders or critters. The move itself was pretty painless – the moving crew were on time and didn’t break anything, so like my criteria for answering the question “Did you have a good flight. ” (“yes - it didn’t crash”), it was a successful move. The only thing that got broken was my new glass teapot that I dropped as I was unwrapping it – as expected, it just exploded into a thousand little shards all over the kitchen. Anyway, the movers arrived on Thursday at 9am to finish up the packing (I’d left them the kitchen to pack up cos I’m nice like that) and to load up the truck, then they were scheduled to arrive at 8am Friday morning for the delivery. I stayed out of the way while they did their thing. Is it me or does it always feel a bit awkward when the movers are in. You’re not sure whether to hang around in case they need you or to scarper and keep out of the way. So I opted for the middle ground and, after popping out for brunch and to run a couple of errands, spent most of the time shut in one of the walk-in wardrobes with the cats, making sure they weren’t going completely bonkers. Not sure what the movers made of it – I was probably reinforcing several cat lady stereotypes but whatever. Dylan (or Horrorcow as I’ve now come to think of him) was the one going nuts trying to scratch at the door to escape (I’d already had to re-situate them from the laundry room as they managed to break out from there) whereas Izzie (aka Toothless)... Well, at least he was until it was time to drive into Chicago and drop them both off at the kitty spa, then he decides to freak out about halfway through the 30min drive, get all anxious and end up puking up in the cat carrier. Mmm-MMM-mmmm – that certainly made for a wonderfully aromatic rest of trip. Its an interesting social dynamic where these total strangers are in your (soon-to-be-ex) house, in your drawers (oo-err) and handling your stuff. I know it’s their job but I always feel ridiculously self-conscious about the amount of stuff I own and that they have to cart out to the truck so, invariably, at some point during the move, find myself apologizing for it. (it’s the same when I go... I guess you can take the girl out of the UK but you can’t (completely) take the Brit out of the girl). Anyway, unlike last time where my British aversion to “causing a fuss” translated into heavy overtipping through guilt, this time I managed to reel it in, so tipped in a much more appropriate manner. I guess after 12yrs of living in the US, I’m finally learning. So, I’m in. And, to prove it, I have lots of shiny new keys on my keyfob. Two gold ones, two silver ones and two with the Chicago Bears logo on them. I haven’t yet had time to mark them up with nail polish or a Sharpie, so its quite a production every time I need to open the front door, garage door or front gate as I work my way through every single one. Why is it that it is ALWAYS the last one you try, irrespective of which one you choose to start with. I think I’ve narrowed down the garage door key to being one of the silver ones, so that’s progress, I guess. It’s a similar production with figuring out the light switches. I guess you go through. Source: Sazz In The City
This new glass teapot is sleek and efficient. The cylinder is double-walled for insulation and has a waterproof cork stopper and a tiny removable strainer in the pouring spout. Through the glass, you can easily judge the tone of your tea. And the
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