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Handmade Tea Gift Set| Premium Brass Teapot with Stainless Steel Infuser for Loose Leaf Teas| Handmade Antique, Vintage Design to Suit Modern and Traditional Home Decor Themes| 25 ounces or 750ml by Teaveli

  • RETAIN THE TEMPERATURE OF YOUR TEA OR WATER: Use the brass teapot...
  • HIGH QUALITY PREMIUM BRASS HANDMADE DESIGN: Handmade brass teapot...
  • A GIFT SET THAT PACKS EQUAL DOSAGE OF HEALTH AND VALUE: Brass...

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Brass, the distinctly timeless alloy of copper and zinc oozes style and modernity without losing a sense of classic character. The most common use of the Teaveli brass teapot with Infuser:

- As the title suggests, infuse your black, green, oolong, chai and other loose leaf teas

- Store water overnight before consuming it the next day. Water stored in brass pots absorbs the medicinal properties of copper and zinc

- Use as a part of your traditional or modern home décor theme. People who want their homes to feel warmer and more relaxing have found brass to have a soft color with a sense of inherent quality. Brass introduces a warmer, richer tone and softer reflections into a room

- Brass as an alloy of copper and zinc benefits from the best of both the metals. Copper is anti-bacterial and germicidal. It has the intrinsic ability to kill a variety of potentially harmful pathogens. Zinc aids in improving immunity and an increased rate of healing for acne. Several of the aforementioned bacteria are responsible for a large portion of the nearly two million hospital-acquired infections contracted each year in the United States.

- Brass is stronger than most metals including copper aluminium and stainless steel and hence lasts for years.

- Like gold, brass has a distinctly timeless feel and gives an antiqued look to your home décor Please make sure you follow the instructions accompanying the product to ensure the product retains its looks for long. Feel free to post any questions you may have about the product here.

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Tea Serving & Glasses Moroccan Serving tea Pot hand made Serving Kettle Large by Tea Serving & Glasses

  • Normal cleaning no dishwasher
  • Serving hot tea or coffee up to 32 oz
  • Measuring 7 inches H by 7 inches W

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Hand made tea pot in the region of Fez, Morocco. Traditional tea pot to serve mint tea or any other flavored tea .Goose-neck spout, heat resistant handle, and decorative stands are also some of the notable features that make this Fez Teapot stand out from the rest. Serve 32 oz approximate 6 tea glasses. For normal cleaning, hot or warm water with household detergent , soft sponge or cloth is adequate . Not recommended for use in dishwasher.


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Marco, Marruecos, Morocco

Hello my friends, we meet again. Wow, it's been a crazy couple of weeks. I've been going to classes everyday, and traveling MUCHO on the weekends. Valencia was last weekend. I've already uploaded pictures on Facebook. I don't really have much to say about Valencia because it's just been too long and it's not very fresh on my brain. It's a shame, too, because it was such a beautiful city. <3 I got a really nice sun burn which has turned into the most beautiful bronzey shade. :) This I am happy about. So since I can't remember much of Valencia. I will post a couple of photos here and then I will move onto Morocco--because so far, it's been my favorite, and to be quite fair--- there's not much to say about Morocco besides this: It's beautiful in the photographs, but the pictures don't do... I also wish I had more time, to wander off, to explore, to take more raw pictures of the way these people were living, so that you could see the poverty in this third world country. That's one thing that I have really seen so much of since I have been here-- real poverty. Back where I am from I am very sheltered of the reality of going without. Some of these people here were literally living like they did in the movie Slum Dog Millionaire, but there was so much history in this place, and so much dedication to a religion that I don't really know much about, besides hatred, and fear, but... There was one time on the trip when we literally passed (by bus) an entire mountain side littered with plastic bags. I thought maybe for decoration because there were SOOO many of them. Thousands, maybe millions scattered about, stuck in the brush---and all you can wonder is--why. The guides didn't have answers and I imagine it's something like---just because. Our hotel was really nice, pretty much in the middle of nowhere, but the schedule of the tour stayed relatively close to the times we were supposed to be here and there. The tour guides were very sweet and funny. One of which I thought was guapisimo, but I won't go into detail here. We also had a Moroccan guide, and a guide in the city of Chefchauen. Pictures to drop later. I wasn't impressed with the food, but I'm very hard to please. I think I might be a food snob. Some of the meat tasted off to me, as did a lot of things. I was never shouted at or spit on. I found it to be quite the contrary, people were all very welcoming and friendly. Oh and for the record, I SUCK at bartering or whatever that b word is. I am actually really really bad at it. So here's to hoping the man I marry is really good at bargaining in the streets of large cities. The scarf you sea in the photos : 9 euros. I was also asked to find a pin for my friend and a tea pot of silver for my professor. I found the teapot, bought it for 26. 50 (euro)-- when I could have gotten it for lower (15-20). Then couldn't find the pin all together. My friends, if you ever want someone to barter for something for you-- I AM NOT YOUR GIRL--- Promise. You will not get any of your money back, you will infact probably owe me money in the end. We rode camels by the sea, after which our tour guide asked. "Well guys, did enjoy your ride -- camel. " --- mixing up the words ride and camel. I am taking a free-writing descanso to break the monotony. Of course, these photos and these blogs are tangible evidence that I once was here. That this place was my home for a time. That my footsteps have walked in these places and seen these wonders. I look around me sometimes and I take a deep breath smelling the air and I think to myself, how lucky are you. 4 years ago you hated your life, the direction you were headed, and you couldn't stop thinking about all of the terrible things you had done or thought you would do. Here I am today in Spain, typing this, 4 years sober (on the 10th of July)-- and... Thank you universe, for swallowing me up and spitting me back out, new,. Source: An Endless Adventure

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  • Destination Chefchaouen: Morocco's Blue City Awaits You

    08/05/15 ,via Morocco World News

    You can find a variety of tiny shops selling earthenware pots, copper sculptures, silver jewelry with gems, handwoven Berber pillowcases, and tribal rugs. If you know how to negotiate, you will walk out with excellent deals! To satisfy your appetite

  • Holiday home buys best left abroad

    08/04/15 ,via House To Home

    But a set of dainty tisane glasses, a tinny "silver" Moroccan teapot and an engraved tray so flimsy it might as well be made of Bacofoil? Of course they seemed like a good idea at the time. You were hot, you were thirsty, you were high on the

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  • Morocco

    Lonely Planet. 2015. ISBN: 1864500247,9781864500240. 222 pages.

    An exploration of the food & cooking traditions of Morocco & its people. World Food Morocco is illustrated with pictures by food & travel photographers & contains a comprehensive cuisine dictionary.

  • Morocco. Ediz. Inglese

    Lonely Planet. 2015. ISBN: 9781740599740,1740599748. 528 pages.

    Complemented by easy-to use, reliable maps, helpful recommendations, authoritative background information, and up-to-date coverage of things to see and do, these popular travel guides cover in detail countries, regions, and cities around the world for travelers of every budget, along with extensive itineraries, maps with cross-referencing to the text, "Top 10" and "Top 5" lists, and other practical features.

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  • Destination Chefchaouen: Morocco’s Blue City Awaits You

    08/05/15 ,via moroccoworldnews.com

    Miami – The Kingdom of Morocco is a gem to be appreciated and enjoyed ... Coppersmiths create various utensils and tools, pots and pans, buckets and incense burners, teapots and sugar boxes, as well as couscous steamers, etc. CNN shares an interesting ...

  • The 9 holiday home buys best left abroad

    08/04/15 ,via housetohome.co.uk

    But a set of dainty tisane glasses, a tinny "silver" Moroccan teapot and an engraved tray so flimsy it might as well be made of Bacofoil? Of course they seemed like a good idea at the time. You were hot, you were thirsty, you were high on the excitement of ...

  • Tea in Morocco: ‘It’s in the blood’

    10/21/14 ,via Washington Post

    Once she tasted the perfect balance of strength, sweetness and mintiness, she held the silver teapot high and poured ... they are not simply dumped into the teapot and steeped. The preparation of mint tea in Morocco involves ritual. Patient and measured ...

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