Cast Iron Teapot Tetsubin 6 Piece Set Zen Shogun Mochi Trivet Cups Saucer 24 Oz.

June 13, 2017 - Comment

Tetsubin, or cast iron teapots, were first used throughout Japan as kettles to boil water over an open flame and were usually hung above a hearth to also provide heat and humidity in cold weather. In the mid 19th century, as infused teas such as Sencha became popular, brewing and serving the tea to friends

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Tetsubin, or cast iron teapots, were first used throughout Japan as kettles to boil water over an open flame and were usually hung above a hearth to also provide heat and humidity in cold weather. In the mid 19th century, as infused teas such as Sencha became popular, brewing and serving the tea to friends and family in a tetsubin also became very popular. Designs and shapes have since evolved from simple and plain to detailed and ornate works of art as we know them today.

Note: saucer pattern may vary depending on availability.

Product Features

  • The Zen Garden pattern represents the tranquility and serenity associated with the ancient art of tea. This classic and handsome style teapot comes with two cast iron cups with saucers, one cast iron trivet and makes the perfect cup of tea.
  • Our cast iron teapots are fully enameled on the inside and come with a stainless steel basket for your tea leaves.
  • Simply pour boiling water over your leaves, steep until desired tea strength is reached and enjoy!
  • Cast iron teapots are not only beautiful and expressive but also functional.
  • Holds 33.8 Ounces / 1 Liter. Keeps tea hot for up to 1 hour.

Comments

Zoos says:

very great bought it as a gift for my sis and she uses it every day and loves it! It does get hot though, so be careful around kids.

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