ZENS Japanese Durable Cast Iron Leaf Design Teapot with Stainless Steel Infuser Strainerfor Bamboo Handle for Tea Bag Loose Leaf Tea 30oz/0.85L
DescriptionWhat’s cast iron teapot The Japanese have been using cast iron teapots for centuries to brew tea, heat water, provide comfort and warmth. The interior of pot is lined with porcelain enamel to prevent rusting and requires very little care. These are not tea ‘kettles’ but are tea brewing vessels. They should not be placed
What’s cast iron teapot
The Japanese have been using cast iron teapots for centuries to brew tea, heat water, provide comfort and warmth. The interior of pot is lined with porcelain enamel to prevent rusting and requires very little care. These are not tea ‘kettles’ but are tea brewing vessels. They should not be placed directly on the stove top burner.
Why choose cast iron teapot
A Traditional Way of Brewing Tea
In order to brew tea in a traditional manner, it is important to pay attention to what you are brewing the tea in. Cast iron teapots are the oldest types of teapots which have been used by tea lovers over years to brew their favorite cup of tea.
This taste is why cast iron teapots are recommended for people with iron deficiency. What’s even better is a seasoned cast iron teapot will produce tea that is more delicious and richly flavored than the last time you brewed.
Better Heat Absorption-More Nutrients Extracted
Another reason is cast iron absorbs heat evenly, ensuring the water heats up steadily over time. This gradual approach, even heating while the loose tea leaves are floating, infuses the tea flavor into the water perfectly. This not gives the tea a pronounced flavor, but the healthy nutrients from the tea leaves are extracted and bonded with the water.
Compared to ceramic and clay teapots, cast iron is able to retain heat more effectively. This way, you can keep your brewed tea warmer for as much as an hour. They are more durable than ceramic or clay as well. If dropped, ceramic and clay teapots may shatter into bits whereas cast iron not. If properly cared for, your cast iron teapot will last you a lifetime!
1 pcs Traditional Cast Iron Leaf Design Teapot w/ strainer: 5.62*5.62*3.35 inch (29.98oz)
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- ZENS cast iron teapot is made of raw material by traditional casting technology in China; each cast iron teapot is hand-cast, as well as hand-finished, and fitted with a removable stainless steel mesh infuser. It is sturdy and durable; it can be used for a long time. Its pattern is leaf texture and bamboo handle in accordance with eco-friendly concept, so it is not only a practical teapot, also a gorgeous craft decor. It is benefit for health and full of value of appreciation and collection.
- Cast iron teapot is a great choice for the best culinary for brewing kinds of tea, such as loose tea leaves, flower or fruit tea, black tea, even Chinese Puer Tea. The function is unique. It significantly changes the taste of water. When brewing tea using water boiled in this teapot, the taste of the tea becomes very mellow and sweet. In addition, thanks to the iron content of the kettle, the resultant water gives us additional health benefits.
- In addition to its excellent heat retention, our Cast Iron Teapot will not rust thanks to its interior enamel coating that not only makes cleaning easier, but helps to prevent the build-up of rust and oxidation. If there is any part got rusty, you can cut some slice of ginger or wrap brewed tea leaves by dishcloth to clean. It includes a stainless steel infuser for loose or bagged tea that ensures it will not alter or detract from the taste of your brew.
- Instrucions: To use, add loose or bagged tea into the infuser and insert it into the teapot, slowly pour hot water over the tea and allow it to steep to 3-5 minutes, and enjoy. To clean, required hand wash. Do not use any dish washing detergent, instead, only use clean water, do not leave tea or water in the pot for longer than an hour, and dry thoroughly after each use. Available for low-heating on stove
- Technically, you cannot heat a cast iron teapot with direct fire or any other heating device because its interior is laminated. Direct contact with heat will cause deformations or strains that will cause cracking the tea pot in the long run. Professionally crafted with a bold, red, Japanese aesthetic that symbolizes strength and beauty, the ZENS Cast Iron Teapot is as much decoration, centerpiece, and conversation starter as it is a superior brewing device.