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THE LEAVES AND THE COLOR OF THE INFUSION CAN BE CLEARLY SEEN DURING BREWING.
Watching the color of the tea slowly seep out from the infuser and spread throughout the pot not only looks cool, it also makes it easy to brew the tea to your desired strength.
PREMIUM QUALITY OF BOROSILICATE GLASS IMPORTED FROM GERMANY.
The special glass material we use to make our teapots can handle sudden temperature change. The teapot withstand high temperature and resistant to thermal shock, and it's stove safe (open flame), microwave safe (without the steel parts), dishwasher safe and fridge safe.
VERY CONVENIENT AND USEFUL!
This stylish glass teapot, complete with a stainless steel basket infuser, allows you to brew loose leaf tea in a few easy steps. Simply fill the trainer with your favorite tea and remove the infuser at optimal time. The shape of our tea infuser is made to work best with all kinds of teas.
This teapot is tall and narrow - it is perfect for steeping very long leaf teas or blooming flower display teas. Its inexpensive price makes it a "must have" for tea drinkers like you!
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