Old Dutch 1034MB Cast Iron “Tora” Teapot, 22 oz, Matte Black

August 18, 2017 - Comment

Decorated with beautiful Ginkgo leaves, this teapot is inspired by classic Japanese designs. Each is cast by hand of specially purified iron-which can keep your tea hot up to one hour-and lined with porcelain enamel to maintain a pure, unfettered taste. A stainless steel brewing basket lowers into the teapot to steep leaves without cluttering

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Decorated with beautiful Ginkgo leaves, this teapot is inspired by classic Japanese designs. Each is cast by hand of specially purified iron-which can keep your tea hot up to one hour-and lined with porcelain enamel to maintain a pure, unfettered taste. A stainless steel brewing basket lowers into the teapot to steep leaves without cluttering the water, which should be heated separately, as these teapots are not designed to boil water on the stovetop or in a dragon’s mouth.

Product Features

  • Hand-cast of specially purified cast
  • Stainless steel tea-brewing basket included
  • Porcelain enamel interior ensures pure tea taste, enables easy cleanup and resists rust
  • Retain ,serving temperature up to one hour
  • For brewing and serving; not intended for stovetop use

Comments

Allan says:

Very nice tea pot, plus, helps you “Pump Up” Ever thought to yourself – “gosh, wouldn’t it be awesome to drink tea AND work out at the same time”? well folks, here is your answer! 

Yiou Xiao says:

Don’t buy this teapot. It will probably kill you OMG! This teapot is so bad. The first couple of days I’m very happy with the teapot. The design, weight, texture and capacity, everything is great. Then yesterday I made another pot of tea, I swallowed something and I thought it might be the tea leaves. Then it hurts so bad and threw up. And found out it was the plastic layer inside the pot. Can’t believe this kind of product with serious quality problems are on Amazon . For the record I didn’t use this pot on a stove or any heat sources.

Pamela V says:

Cute Cast Iron Teapot! This is my second Old Dutch Cast Iron Osaka teapot, so I obviously love them. They make tea drinking an experience! I love buying loose teas to use with these teapots, as they have a wonderful strainer inside that can accommodate many tea leaf sizes. 

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