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Created with the tea lover in mind, Our DRACO TEAPOT is just as lovely as it is practical.
Brew your perfect pot of tea with our DRACO TEAPOT! You are in complete control of your finished brew with our super fine stainless steel filter; just remove it when your tea is finished steeping or so you can brew any tea bag! Whether you are steeping loose leaf oolong tea which needs lots of space to expand- or an extra fine Japanese green, our filter will keep even the finest leaves out of your finished cup!
The rounded bell-like bottom and tight-fitting flat lid make the DRACO perfect for stacking, and you can pour confidently knowing that the lid won't slip off mid-pour! Our short spout prevents drips, and our handle is perfectly balanced to feel comfortable in your hand.
We think you will be delighted by our DRACO TEAPOT- the perfect teapot for home, the office or commercial use!
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 (Tea With Great Skill), 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.
Product Dimensions:183*144*74mm, 800ml pretty ceramic teapot
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Photos: http://goo. gl/k4EMgi Genji Shimizu (artist name Hokujoh) Full member of the Japan Arts Crafts Association Master of traditional Crafts.
This stunning hand crafted ceramic Tea Set is the perfect companion for enjoying tea and great for home decor. It comes in a beautiful box for a perfect gift. It is also microwavable and dishwasher friendly. Includes: 5 Tea Cups, 1 Teapot With Stainless Steel Filter, Gift Box. Teapot: 500 ml or 17, oz, Diameter 4.1, Height 4.7. Tea Cup: 180 ml or 6 oz, Diameter 3.1, Height 2.6. Gift Box: 10.3 x 8.0 x 4.1. A BRIEF HISTORY OF CERAMIC TEA POTS. . The first tea pot originated in China around 960-1279 A.D. during the Song Dynasty. Clay tea pots were fired in kilns without a glaze and used for oolong teas. The porous tea pot gradually took on the flavor of the tea which was used to enhance the flavor of tea brewed inside. During this time the first ceramic tea pots were produced and made their way from China to Europe in the 17th century. The traditional design of ceramic tea pots is still a popular style in tea sets today. 10 BENEFITS OF DRINKING TEA. . 1. Tea contains antioxidants. 2. Tea has le
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