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VonShef 25-Oz Glass & Stainless Steel Infusion Tea Pot Loose Tea Leaf Infuser Teapot by VonShef

  • Classic glass design with 25-Oz (750ml) full capacity.
  • Dishwasher safe for convenient cleaning.
  • Suitable for loose tea leaves and tea bags.

$14.98

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Product Description

Sit back, relax and enjoy the perfect cuppa with the VonShef 25 Oz (750ml) Glass Teapot.

Constructed from high quality, heat-resistant borosilicate glass with high grade stainless steel grade 201 lid and smooth glass handle. Features an integrated stainless steel grade 304 removable filter infuser - suitable for loose tea leaves and tea bags alike.

Easy to use -
Simply place tea leaves or tea bags in the filter infuser and add boiling water. Long spout for fuss-free pouring.

Classic, elegant design looks the part in any kitchen.
Teapot and filter are both dishwasher safe.
25 Oz full capacity.
Ideal gift for tea connoisseurs.

TOWA Workshop Glass Teapot with Infuser 20 oz, Microwavable and Stovetop Safe Tea Pot, Great for Flowering Tea by TOWA Workshop

  • Removable lid and filter allow for easy cleaning
  • 22 oz
  • Quality hand crafted and plastic free

$30.99


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Burning Out – Short Story

I may use it in the memoir, but the story was prompted by Isabel D’Avila Winter in my creative writing workshop last week for the biggest lie I have ever told. I have not shared any memoir pieces lately, because I have not been writing much, but here it is for my readers who enjoy the memoir stories on Tribalmysticstories. The Chinese kerosene lamp burnt low. It was close to me and I smelt the kerosene cut into floral smells from the freshly washed bed sheet. In a continuous dance, its golden-yellow flame peaked in a steady poise and melted into the dark head of the small metal lamp. The lamp was barely taller than my school ruler but it gave enough light for me to see the print. The flame in the round clear glass, size of an orange, outlined the specs of paprika stains on the lamp. At the same time, the flame threw a soft orange ambiance under my sheet and even around the room. If I moved too quickly, I could knock the lamp over and burn myself because the lamp was partially under the sheet, and next to my book I was reading. This was my private and peaceful space where I read my books. Having a lamp to myself was a luxury I rarely had in a noisy, crowded house. My mother and I had a small room about three by three metres and my older uncle (of two uncles) and his wife shared another larger room with their five children. My grandmother and aunty shared the last one. My younger uncle was away at the University of Technology, about 20 minutes from my village. My uncle was the first man from our village to go to university. It was a house where everyone knew everything that was going on. My family had this one Chinese lantern to use as an inside lamp and one Coleman lamp as the outside lamp. Both lamps burnt on ‘kero’ as the villagers referred to kerosene. Fire was the main source of light and there was a torch, which hardly had batteries because no one could afford them. The torch was mostly used for travelling between the village houses. It was also used to visit my aunts and uncles or for going to the pit toilet away from our house – not for reading or using as a room light. If we left the village to fish or camp, the Coleman and the torch came with us. I knew I was using the 20 cents kerosene up but I was solving a mystery with Nancy Drew. “Ampom” mother called and without saying, I knew she called me for dinner. She used one of my names that meant, light-skinned. In the village, kero sellers would buy wholesale in 44-gallon drums in Lae City and retail the kerosene to us in re-cycled wine or spirit bottles – charging 20 cents per bottle. It eventually became 50 cents and then a $1. That was in 1970s. Wholesalers bought kero from service stations and general stores. My cousin and I would take our bottle, a clear Vodka re-cycled bottle, and I did not remember which of my uncles drank the Vodka – to any village retailer for kero. We stood there while they pumped the kerb into our bottle but there was a special technique where the boys in the village mastered. The pump would be pressed a couple of times and stopped. The air would push the blue liquid from the drum through the transparent pump into our re-cycled bottle. You have to stop the pump quickly or it sprayed the kero everywhere. I always thought it was cool and I wanted to have a go at pumping the kero this way. At home, every night, once the kero was put into our Coleman lamp and some in the Chinese lamp – my family gathered in our blackened old kitchen and ate their dinner. The floor was uneven and with the weathered timber leaving gaps in between, we dropped the bones of chickens and pork to the village dogs and pigs, which fought over it. Sometimes the fights would become too aggressive and the animals would run... My cousins and I would get scolded for dropping our scraps down the timber gaps. I turned the lantern wick higher for more light. I knew Mother would place my food on the bench top, near the hot teapot, so it will stay warm. Sometimes grandma would place the covered food at the fireplace and they both would insist I go out and eat before bed. Both mother and daughter always respected my reading and schoolwork, but sometimes, my mother would agitate me with her calling. On this night, I wanted to finish my book. Source: Tribalmystic

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  • New York Magazine

    1980. 120 pages.

    New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

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    1979. 160 pages.

    New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

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  • The Exotic Teapot launches fruit-flavoured white tea range

    12/17/13 ,via Big Hospitality

    The Exotic Teapot has an updated wholesale catalogue for winter 2013/14 - available on demand - a new online ordering facility, and can now offer bespoke tea blends and custom branded glass teaware to trade customers.

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