Double Wall Teapot
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This Clear Glass and Transparent Borosilicate Teapot infuser provides an experience to be cherished by tea lovers. The teapot is heat resistant which means you can use it on a gas or electric stove top. Watch the water and tea boil in front of your eyes! If you think you rather heat it in the microwave, then why not!
We wanted to provide our customers with four EXTRA double walled glass cups so that you can enjoy your tea with your friends and family in style!
The tea pot is super easy to clean - just remove the parts and put it in the dishwasher. We ensure that that infuser was removable so that it can be removed once the tea has been steeped to your liking. It has also been specifically designed to be deep so that if you fancy a tea for just 1 person, you do not have to fill the teapot right to the top and waste precious tea! Make the tea for 1, 2, 4 or more individuals and persons - this elegant teapot fits all situations and occasions.
Also Available in 10oz and 40oz Sizes
A finished double-walled ceramic teapot has a three-dimensional layered appearance. See how a finished pottery teapot should look in this free ceramics video.
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.
The Phillies won. That's the most important thing here, right. That the Phillies won 5-4 in 10 innings, and have won back to back series for the first time this season. That's the most important thing. This was not a good baseball game. Here are just a few things that the Phillies side of this contest featured. GIDP at inopportune times: The Phillies managed to load the bases with no outs in the bottom of the first inning. It was a gift from the baseball gods. And then Ryan Howard came to the plate and grounded into a double play. A run scored, but the damage could have been so much greater. Freddy Galvis grounded into one in the eighth inning, but more on that later. An inning so short you could have missed it while sneezing: That honor goes to the bottom of the third inning, which went so quickly that this is what I have in my notes: "Bot 3: Got up to get two printouts from the copier when Andres Blanco... I guess I didn't miss much. Silly non-error that makes you look like you're juggling a hot potato: The Rays scored a knot of three runs in the fifth inning, and it all started with this play. Evan Longoria doubled off the right field wall, over Cody Asche's head, and then in and out of his hands a few times. A run probably would have scored anyway, but if Asche hadn't juggled it like a piece of flubber then maybe Longoria doesn't make it to second base, where he'd easily score from when Logan Forsythe doubled during the next at-bat. Repeated fire-playing: Adam Morgan could not keep his hands away from the figurative flame of throwing crappy pitches. All this fire-playing resulted in a lot of pitches being thrown in a short amount of time, and a lot of hits from the Rays. Morgan lasted only 4 1/3 innings, and in that time the Rays had managed nine hits and three runs while Morgan threw 80 pitches. Strike zone amnesia: Justin De Fratus came into the game to replace Adam Morgan in the fifth inning, and proceeded to forget where the strike zone was. He walked the first batter he faced, and then he allowed a single to James Loney. That single scored Morgan's third run. De Fratus pitched the sixth with more control problems, but managed to prevent any more runs from scoring. An at-bat so bad it inadvertently caused extra innings: In the eighth inning, the Phillies had the bases loaded and one out. Freddy Galvis came to the plate and proceeded to have a crappy at-bat that resulted in an inning-ending double play. But before it was a double play, it was a run-scoring fielder's choice that didn't actually end the inning. The play was reviewed, and then overturned. ) decided that Cody Asche was out at the plate, the Phillies didn't take the lead, and the game would continue on past 9 innings. An offensive performance that makes you want to weep: Not in the good way. Ryan Howard went 0-for-5, and while he didn't strike out, he did a few other things that sucked. You've read about his bases-loaded GIDP in the first inning, but that wasn't all. He also came to the plate with the bases loaded in the second inning and hit a liner to the outfield for the third out. His next three at-bats went: groundout, flyout, lineout. But on the bright side, he's putting the ball in play. Let us not forget those whose competence rings loud and true like a bell. Ken Giles , who got himself into and then out of trouble in the eighth inning. He walked two Rays, but induced a groundout from Evan Longoria to end the inning and preserve the tie. Jonathan Papelbon , who pitched two scoreless innings with a flourish, and was TOTALLY READY to take an at-bat. I was really, really hoping he would. But that's Jonathan Papelbon. Always willing to help and put the team above his own needs and desires. Maikel Franco , who is not dead and in fact well enough to pinch hit today. He didn't just pinch hit, he WALKED. He WALKED in the eighth inning and was partially responsible for the Phillies almost scoring. Odubel Herrera , who entered the game in the bottom of the 10th inning, denying Jonathan Papelbon the chance to take an at-bat, but giving the Phillies the win. He worked a hell of an at-bat -- 11 pitches -- against Brad Boxberger and squeezed out a single to cause this. Even crappy baseball can lead to wins, sometimes. I think the Phillies should. Source: www.thegoodphight.com
Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports. MOVIE PITCH: Odubel Herrera and Jonathan Papelbon have to drive across the country to find the antique teapot that will make them millionaires AND SWITCH THEIR BODIES BACK! Evan Longoria doubled off the right field
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