Tea Beyond Heat resistant Glass Teapot Juliet, 20-Ounce

December 13, 2013 - Comment

One of our signature design, designed and inspired by blooming teas, Teapot Juliet makes tea drinking an unforgettable experience. Crystal clear high quality glass allows tea lovers to watch each bloom unfolding. Hand-crafted pink rose and handle adds elegant touch to the design. Perfect for both blooming teas and loose leave teas. The glass teapot

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One of our signature design, designed and inspired by blooming teas, Teapot Juliet makes tea drinking an unforgettable experience. Crystal clear high quality glass allows tea lovers to watch each bloom unfolding. Hand-crafted pink rose and handle adds elegant touch to the design. Perfect for both blooming teas and loose leave teas. The glass teapot Juliet is made of heat resistant glass, which allows to pour in directly boiling water or iced cold water. It’s also dishwasher top rack and microwave safe. The special feature NON-DRIPPING makes tea drinking a more enjoyable experience. Packaged with beautiful red ribbon.

Product Features

  • Juliet comes with a removable glass strainer and hand-crafted
  • Specially designed non-dripping feature and can be used to brew blooming teas and loose leave teas
  • 20-ounce capacity perfect for one or with a company
  • Material: Heat resistant glass, Not for direct stove use
  • Dishwasher top rack safe or hand clean, microwave safe

Comments

Steph says:

Delicious tea deserves a delicious pot. I’ve searched around for glass teapots and many have caught my eye, with a few in-between that would have the looks of not being generic. This one right here has an elegant design to it and it functions tremendously aside from its pretty looks.First, let me talk about how pretty it is for a few seconds. It’s glass with a hint of color! The pink rose is perfectly crafted as the top of the lid, but it catches your eye in person. It’s like a little jeweled crest. The other pink on the…

Hoot says:

Some Good Points, Some Not So Good Points I am a long time tea drinker. Have traveled to London a lot and they do make a good cuppa there! Have been trying emulate the English style tea since. I’ve never obtained that magic taste of the Assam high tea at the Orangery here in the States. Must be their water that is full of dissolved calcium.Note: I drink only tea made from high quality orange pekoe loose leaf teas. I do not use this teapot for herbal or other sorts of loose leaf teas. Please keep that in mind as you…

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