Rs. 2,500.00

Teal - Tea Pot 600 ml

Rena Germany

Rs. 2,500.00

Cast Iron Teapots were manufactured in the 17th century in Japan as the tea culture spread from China to Japan. 

  • The cast iron keeps the tea warm for much longer as it has the ability to retain heat.
  • These teapots are extremely durable and are beautifully hand painted and crafted in China.
  • They also happen to symbolise strength and unity.
  • These Teapots come inside a beautiful, sturdy magnetic box making them perfect for gifting someone special. 

Instructions For Use:

  • Do no put the Cast Iron Teapot on the flame or in a microwave oven.
  • Pour hot water into the cast iron pot to prepare for use.
  • After each use, allow the teapot to cool completely before cleaning. Rinse and gently clean the pot, cover and infuse thoroughly with warm water only. Do not use soaps or detergents.
  • Wipe the outside dry with a clean cloth while the pot is still warm. Invert the pot to air dry before replacing infuser and lid. Avoid contact with salt and oils. Due to the iron content of the teapot, we recommend the use of a trivet to protect table linens and surfaces.
  • In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. Rust from the teapot is non-toxic and perfectly safe. In fact, many Japanese Tea connoisseurs actually prefer the taste of tea from a rusted iron teapot!
  • If the rust bothers you, clean the rusted area with a soft brush, then fill the pot with used tea leaves and boiling water. Allow to sit for 20 minutes, discard and rinse. Tannic acid in the tea reacts with the rust and forms a natural seal, helping to prevent the reoccurrence of rust.
Regular price Rs. 2,500.00

Cast Iron Teapots were manufactured in the 17th century in Japan as the tea culture spread from China to Japan. 

  • The cast iron keeps the tea warm for much longer as it has the ability to retain heat.
  • These teapots are extremely durable and are beautifully hand painted and crafted in China.
  • They also happen to symbolise strength and unity.
  • These Teapots come inside a beautiful, sturdy magnetic box making them perfect for gifting someone special. 

Instructions For Use:

  • Do no put the Cast Iron Teapot on the flame or in a microwave oven.
  • Pour hot water into the cast iron pot to prepare for use.
  • After each use, allow the teapot to cool completely before cleaning. Rinse and gently clean the pot, cover and infuse thoroughly with warm water only. Do not use soaps or detergents.
  • Wipe the outside dry with a clean cloth while the pot is still warm. Invert the pot to air dry before replacing infuser and lid. Avoid contact with salt and oils. Due to the iron content of the teapot, we recommend the use of a trivet to protect table linens and surfaces.
  • In the unlikely event of rust, the pot can still be used. Rust from the teapot is non-toxic and perfectly safe. In fact, many Japanese Tea connoisseurs actually prefer the taste of tea from a rusted iron teapot!
  • If the rust bothers you, clean the rusted area with a soft brush, then fill the pot with used tea leaves and boiling water. Allow to sit for 20 minutes, discard and rinse. Tannic acid in the tea reacts with the rust and forms a natural seal, helping to prevent the reoccurrence of rust.

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