Japanese cast iron Teapot -Yuan - purple

Yuan cast iron teapot is the perfect balance between tradition and modernity! A chic and current color to an object of a good quality, enough to effect your guests.

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69,00€

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"Supplied with stainless steel filter and an interior finish enamel teapot combines style and practicality. China cast iron teapots are made the traditional way. Capacity: 80 cl Usage tips Place a dose of tea leaves in the stainless steel filter that you place in your teapot Yuan. For your black teas pour simmering water or temperature over the tea leaves in order to release all the aromas. Native country It was the Chinese who discovered iron in 300 AD. Traditionally, the Chinese consume tea directly in the cup, and it was not until the Ming Dynasty that developed the first teapots. The aromas of tea The cast iron teapot Yuan is a so-called tea "without memory." It can be used for all teas because its interior enamel prevents the transfer of flavorings in its component. Maintenance tips Before first use, fill and then empty your teapot Yuan with boiling water 2 to 3 times, then wipe with a dry cloth. Let dry within 30 minutes. When cleaning your teapot after use, avoid using detergents and abrasive element. Prefer washing with warm water and soft cloth. "

  • Color : Purple
  • Type : Teapot
  • Brand : Hildegarde de Bingen
  • Product dimensions : 18,5 x 18,5 x 10,5 cm
  • Material : Cast iron

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