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Unity cast iron "sakura" teapot –shale green/blue finish. this graceful cast iron teapot is decorated with a traditional bamboo motif. inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation. for brewing and serving tea; not intended for stovetop use. 37-ounce capacity. hand wash.
Unity cast iron "fidelity" teapot moss green finish. graceful, elegant cast iron tetsubin teapot crafted in the Japanese style. inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. features a black enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation. for brewing and serving tea. not intended for stovetop use. 27-ounce capacity hand wash.
Unity Cast Iron "Sakura" Teapot -Shale Green/Blue finish. This graceful cast iron teapot is decorated with a traditional Bamboo motif. Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation. For brewing and serving tea; Not intended for stovetop use. 37oz. capacity. Hand Wash Depth: 8" Height: 7 .75" Width: 9 1/2"
Unity Cast Iron "Osaka" Teapot - Moss Green finish. An elegant, distinctly shaped cast iron Tetsubin teapot named after the beautiful and ancient city of Osaka, Japan. Inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. Features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust Includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation for brewing and serving tea. Not intended for stovetop use. 20 oz. capacity. Hand Wash Depth: 5 .75" Height: 6" Width: 6 1/2"
From a light breeze in China to a store in Torrance, the history of tea in a cup. It is said that an ancient Chinese emperor Shen Nung was boiling water before drinking it and the wind blew some leaves from a nearby tree into his cup. He was curious as to what this would do to the taste of the water, and is said to have then enjoyed the world’s first cup of tea. If all of that were true it would be surprising that he had time to run an empire, but at least between inventions he could sit back and enjoy what has become the world’s most popular beverage – tea. There is a bewildering variety of things that people call tea – a glance at the local market will show dozens of choices – and many of those are not actually tea. Just ask Theresa Ford, who celebrates all things regarding tea at a store called Restful Steep in Torrance. Theresa previously was director of marketing for a large healthcare corporation, but became interested in alternative medicine and the use of natural herbs in healing. This led her to an increasing appreciation for tea in all of its forms, and finally to opening up a shrine to this substance. First, what is tea. “Tea is the leaf or twig of just two Camellia plants – the varieties are called Siniensis and Assamica,” Ford said. “Anything that does not contain these plants is not actually tea. See all of those ‘herb tea’ concoctions at the supermarket. None of them are actually a tea – the proper name for them is a ‘Tisane’. However, people don’t know what a tisane is, so they are commonly called tea. True tea originated both in China and the Assam region of India. What color is real tea. “Black, green, white or yellow tea can all be made from the same plant, depending on how it is treated and aged,” Ford said. “Black tea is the more strong and assertive flavor. Green tea is more subtle, and white tea has a very delicate taste. Many people have never tried yellow tea, which is somewhat rare. ” In China some people eat the leaves of green tea after the beverage is consumed. What health claims can really be made for tea and tisanes. “As a certified natural health professional and master herbalist, I am familiar with at least 200 herbs that have medicinal value,” Ford said. “The FDA doesn’t want us to say that herbs can help you, but they do. Teas and tisanes have value as diuretics, laxatives, sleep aids, digestives, and preventing motion sickness. The use of some teas and tisanes is associated with appetite suppressant and weight loss. The different types of true tea also have varying amounts of antioxidants, which studies have shown to have health benefits. If you doubt that herbs can actually be medicine, the ancient Greek sage Hippocrates recommended a “tea” of white willow bark for headaches. What should we know about tea. “Tea takes time. You can’t rush tea, and you shouldn’t even try,” Ford said. “You have to allow it to brew, and take a little break and relax while you do. Your tea break should begin before the tea is even ready. Can you use a tea bag to make a great cup of tea. “Some tea bags, but not all, use the broken pieces of leaves called the ‘dust’ or ‘fannings’. This is not usually the best quality of tea,” Ford said. “I usually recommend whole leaf tea, but some companies have very good quality of tea in bags. ” One thing that you shouldn’t do if you use a tea bag is to squeeze the last drops into the cup, which according to Ford releases the most bitter components of the tea. If you ask the staff what you like, they will recommend teas. Part of enjoyment of tea is sampling different kinds. Old recipes for the perfect cup say that you have to warm the teapot beforehand. “If your hot water is being used to heat the teapot then that warmth is not available for the tea,” Ford said. For black tea, the water should be around 205 degrees. for white tea, 175 and green tea no more than 165. “. How long should a tea steep. For white, green or yellow teas, no more than three minutes, Ford said. For black tea some take five to seven minutes for full flavor. Source: www.easyreadernews.com
“Black, green, white or yellow tea can all be made from the same plant, depending on how it is treated and aged,” Ford said. “Black tea is “If your hot water is being used to heat the teapot then that warmth is not available for the tea,” Ford said
Green tea is also gaining popularity. These are caffeine free, so they don't provide the pick-me-up element of the true cup of tea, but they all have a place. A herbal tea doesn't need a teapot - it can be a teabag in a mug - yet even herbal tea is
Their store is stocked with over 800 kinds of teas, including the fragrant, “Silver Moon” flavor, which is infused with strawberry, vanilla and green tea. Very popular with the new generation of tea lovers, the TWG Salon and Boutique is changing the
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The Linus Pauling Institute explains that the weight loss is “apparently due to increased fat oxidation and thermogenesis.” Put that in your teapot and drink it! (Green Tea contains caffeine).
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Japanese teapots - Known as "kyūsu" in Japanese, these teapots are especially made for brewing Japanese green tea. While most come from the Tokoname region of Japan ...
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Teapots and Accessories Catalogue. All teapots are made of clay and have a stainless steel net that is specifically designed for brewing green tea.