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Made of borosilicate glass materal, heat resistance, transparent glass, Large enough for brewing 4-5 cups of tea it's the perfect kitchen accessory for hosting guests or brewing up custom cups.
A removable high-grade 304 stainless steel mesh infuser is rust-free and allows you to steep any type of loose tea leaves and brew your tea to any desired strength by lifting on the small handle. Lid can be used without infuser
Spout is designed for effortless pouring and precise control, so you can get every last drop into your mug without dripping
The teapot is widely used in the hotel, teahouse, restaurant and other places, an essential goods in your life, it is a perfect companion in the morning, afternoon and in the evening
A transparent glass teapot to show off the beautiful color of your tea, you can see the boiling tea directly, also an excellent vessel to display the blossoming of art tea when the infuser is removed, very interesting
Dishwasher Safe and Stovetop Safe
Capacity: 1400 ml
Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 5.3 x 3.1 Inches, Diameter: 5.3 Inches
Infuser Dimensions: 2.5 x 2 x 3.5 Inches, Diameter: 2 Inches
1 x Clear Glass Teapot with Removable Infuser and Lid
RSVP strives to offer quality kitchen products and cooking tools at competitive prices. Our Stoneware Teapot in white is a perfect example. It is offered in a bevy of beautiful colors to choose from so there is a teapot that will suit any decor. Features a generous 48 ounce capacity and seamless one-piece construction. Microwave and dishwasher safe, lead free. Measures 9-1/2-inches by 6-inches by 6-inches. When all the right people, and ingredients, kitchen tools, and food come together, we call this The Art of Gathering.
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Piece for every purpose wide range of oventotable accessories turn sides and sauces into eyecatching exhibitions. Modular bright white pieces. Offer endless combination possibilities, anticipating and exceeding the needs of any buffet or event. Made from porcelain. 4 in. L x 6.5 in. W x 4.25 in. H. Care instruction: Dishwasher Safe, Oven Safe to 500F, Microwave Safe
TSW1350: Features: -Teapot-Safe for oven, microwave, dishwasher-Glazed porcelain resists chipping, cracking or staining-Capacity: 32 oz-Material: Porcelain. Color/Finish: -Clean white color.
Now time for some tea. I was talking with a friend the other day about latte and other coffee recipes and it dawned on me that I have never shared a coffee recipe on the blog. After working/volunteering for three coffee bar (barista) jobs, I think its high time that I share the recipes that I have learned to make. I miss being a barista and working with coffee (that is half the reason why we bought an espresso machine in the first place) so I would love to have this as a weekly feature. Let me know if there is a certain kind of recipe that you would like to know how to make - I would love to take pictures and talk about it here. London Fog Recipe. - Vanilla syrup. Place the teabag into your mug and boil some water in a kettle. Add enough water to cover the teabag, you want the tea to start to steep as you prepare the milk. Take the milk and place into a microwavable container if you don't know a steamer or you can place it into a stainless steal pitcher. Steam your milk (or microwave it) until its a desired temperature. I also tip the steamer wand so that its half out of the milk, this action creates foam. I love foam. I don't have a thermometer at the moment, so I give it the old finger test - if I can put my finger in it but its too hot to keep it there for very long, that's the perfect temperature for me. (Do note, you can burn milk, make sure you keep an eye... Time to add the syrup. I add about two pumps out of my vanilla syrup, however, this step is another desired action. Put as much in as you want. If you don't have a pump on your syrup I find 1/4 oz - 1/2 oz to be perfect. Add a little more of your milk to your cup and your foam. You can also take out the teabag at this point if you don't want your London Fog to be too strong. I keep my teabag in. This step is the most important: enjoy. I hope you enjoyed this home tour, recipe combo. I really do enjoy talking about these types of topics and I hope to share more of them on the blog. I have a couple more home tours planned and, as for the coffee, who doesn't love a good coffee recipe. Let me know what you thought of this space of mine. I would love to hear from you. I would like Knotted Home to be a encouraging & inspiring place for others, if you see another source that is not credited properly, please write me an email and I will gladly fix the link. Source: the Knotted Home
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