Teapot, Tea Infuser, Tea Canister and T-sac Filter
NOTE: Any teapots and cups with " *3
weeks " next to product description are Non Stock, Pre-Order
Only, please allow 3 weeks for pick-up or ship-date!!
Our supplier knows how to make porcelain! He should, porcelain
has been made in China for more than 2000 years! Porcelain is
made by heating refined materials in a kiln at temperatures up
to 2,552 degree F. The toughness, strength, and translucence of
porcelain arise mainly from the formation at these high
temperatures of glass and the mineral mullite within the fired
body. Established in 1952, B.I.A. Cordon Bleu is a leading
manufacturer of porcelain and stoneware serving accessories,
bakeware and dinnerware. With classic and contemporary shapes,
as well as unique glazes, hand painted patterns and designs,
B.I.A. Cordon Bleu continues the tradition of providing
timeless, quality merchandise at affordable prices.
Hand-Crafted Stoneware Teapot. The uncomplicated beauty of
classic design is presented in the Joyce Chen collections. These
simple, yet elegant stoneware pieces are available in a choice
of matte black, white or Terra Cotta.
CERAMIC TEA KETTLE: Stovetop Ceramic
Tea Kettle with Bamboo Handle - Flameproof, suitable for gas or
electric burners. A non-reactive matte glaze in sage green
color. Heat resistant natural bamboo handle.
GLASS TEA POTS:
Glass Teapots from the Bohemia region of the Czech Republic.
Exquisite glass made from premium silica can withstand direct
flame and heat of 450 degree F. Classic teapot design - the
ultimate in teapots that is destined to be a favorite! This
beautiful glass teapot adds flair and style to entertaining. It
allows one to observe the tea leaves uncurl and see the color of
the infusing tea forming slowly and gently. Teapot includes a
glass infuser for use with even the finest leaf tea! The glass
teapot is also great with Artisan teas! The glass teapot is
dishwasher and microwave safe. As with all glass products, hand
washing and drying is recommended to prevent development of
water spots over time.
CARING FOR YOUR GLASS TEAPOT: This
is a quality Simax product. Wash the glassware before using the
first time. Handle with care. Observe the following important
precautions prior to using your new glass teapot. When using
glassware, always warm up and cool down gradually. Do not put
the teapot on a heat source straight from a cold environment. Do
not place an empty glass teapot directly on a heat source. Do
not place a hot glass teapot on a cold or wet surface as glass
can crack due to the effect of rapid cooling. The glass teapot
can be washed in an automatic dishwasher using common washing
products. However, to prevent pitting and permanent watermarks,
hand washing is recommended. Dry thoroughly to prevent water
spots. If teapot becomes heavily soiled, remove with a
non-abrasive washing product. Never use a coarse cleaning
product (e.g., scouring powder or a scouring sponge) that will
scratch the glass surface. Do not place the glass teapot on a
heat source larger than the base of the teapot to prevent
damaging to the handle by radiant heat. The transparency of the
glass will make it possible for you to observe the tea uncurl
during the steeping process. Both the packaging box and the
glass are made of recyclable, ecological materials.
TETSUBIN CAST IRON TEAPOT: For your
brewing pleasure, tea and high style have always gone hand in
hand. Elevate your tea enjoyment with these Tetsubin (cast iron)
teapots. Today's Tetsubin (Cast Iron) teapots, with their fine
raised relief designs, are admired and collected, not only for
their quiet delicacy, but also for their ability to brew a
perfect cup of tea. Each hand cast iron teapot is finished with
a porcelain enamel interior and comes with a replaceable
stainless steel mesh infuser. Made in China and Japan according
to the exacting specifications of a Japanese Tea Master.
Beautifully constructed of Premium Cast Iron - a true heirloom
teapot. Brews fabulous tea. Chinese Zodiac Tetsubin (Cast Iron)
Tea Pot Series by Helen Chen of Joyce Chen Products personally
works with Japanese artists to create a new commemorative
Tetsubin Teapot to celebrate and greet each Chinese New Year.
The Chinese believe the animal ruling the year in which a person
is born has a profound influence on personality, saying, "This
is the animal that hides in your heart". An exclusive Joyce Chen
collection! Today's Japanese Tetsubin (Cast Iron) teapots, with
their fine raised relief designs, are admired and collected, not
only for their quiet delicacy, but also for their ability to
brew a perfect cup of tea. Each hand cast iron teapot is
finished with a porcelain enamel interior and comes with a
replaceable stainless steel mesh infuser.
STAINLESS STEEL TEAPOT: Made of very
durable 18/8 stainless steel. Designed for loose tea and
accurate drip free pouring.
PAINTED LADIES TEAPOT: have a baked
enamel finish and all the benefits of the Henley teapot. Loose
tea basket, drip-free spout are made from 18/8 stainless steel.
MOULIN ROUGE TEACUP: Ooh la la! The
Moulin Rouge Teacup feature a durable baked enamel finish
coating over 18/8 stainless steel. Each comes complete with its
own rubber-wood saucer made from recycled wood collected on
HENLEY INSULATED STEEL TEA CUPS:
These double walled cups with saucer keep your tea at the
perfect temperature and table looking like a million bucks.
18/8 Stainless Steel. Matte Finish Drip-less Teapots. See what
all the fuss is about! Get fashion and function with the
stylish, drip-less teapots. What’s more, trendy steel matte
finish won’t show fingerprints and each teapot comes with a
built-in mesh infuser basket.
Another teapot that knows how to handle loose tea. Each teapot
has a built-in mesh strainer that traps even the smallest
leaves. Why bother with expensive non –biodegradeable nylon
teabags when the Dartmoor teapot is around? Rugged design is
perfect for food service.
KYOTO TEA CLUB SHIMODA TEAPOT: The
Kyoto Tea Club teapot was inspired by the global climate change
initiative of the 90’s. The teapot is made from food safe 18/8
stainless steel, is re-useable (virtually a lifetime teapot
actually), excels at using loose tea and pours beautifully.
GLASS JAR: Conventional wisdom
maintains that tea should be stored in tins. Well, we’re
conventional – up to a point. Current wisdom says that tea
stored in beautiful Italian airtight glass jars can help. Tins
or jars? Yin or Yang. Either way, loose teas are hot.
TEA INFUSER: Tea Infusers, legend
has it that tea infusers were popularized by the Dutch sometime
during the early 1800s. Prior to those days, loose tea was
simply brewed, well, loose. (Infusers are more fun!) A bag of
loose tea and an infuser makes a great gift. Plus! These tea
infusers are made of durable stainless steel. Mesh ball infusers
are ideally suited for use in teapots or pitchers to make sun
tea. The long handled infusers are often used by those wanting
only a single cup of tea. Just remember... do not overfill the
infuser; for best result, fill the infuser half full giving the
tea room to expand. Remove promptly when the tea has steeped to
desired strength. Over 25 choices to choose from.
Long Handled Infusers and Strainers are it:
Their size makes them stand out and their unique shapes make
them memorable. People tell us they love them!
Reusable Mesh Tea Infusers are an easy way to brew loose teas.
Disposable t-sac Loose Tea Filters:
Luxury loose teas with the convenience of tea bags? Now you can
have your tea and brew it too. t-sac tea filter paper is made of
wood cellulose and cellulose from Manila fiber. For only the
finest fiber is selected from the Philippines and Ecuador to
ensure an extremely high strength of paper. One square meter of
tea filter paper only weighs approximately 16 grams which is
considerably lighter and finer than coffee filter paper. This
means that production and processing of this tea filter require
very high technical standards. Only high quality paper is used
in this filter production. Completely different filters are
required for tea (vs. coffee) due to the delicate nature of the
tea beverage. Made in Germany.
Tin Caddy: These round tin caddies
with Gavarst Lid (Approx Size: 3" diameter x 5 1/4" Tall) will
hold 100 grams or approximately 4 oz of most teas. These tin
caddies have preprinted instructions on How to make a perfect
cup of Tea on the bottom explaining hot and cold tea