Old Dutch Cast Iron Kyoto Teapot, 26-Ounce, Greek Wine

August 7, 2017 - Comment

Unity cast iron “Kyoto” teapot –has a Greek wine finish. graceful, elegant cast iron tetsubin teapot crafted in the Japanese style inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of

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Unity cast iron “Kyoto” teapot –has a Greek wine finish. graceful, elegant cast iron tetsubin teapot crafted in the Japanese style inspired by highly prized antique Japanese cast iron teapots still in use today. features a black porcelain enamel interior coating that helps prevent rust includes a stainless steel tea brewing basket for ease of preparation for brewing and serving tea; not intended for stovetop use. 26-ounce capacity hand wash.

Product Features

  • The heat-retaining properties of cast iron allow our tetsubin teapots to keep tea at the proper serving temperature for up to an hour
  • The porcelain enamel interiors keep the taste of the tea pure and allow for easy cleaning
  • Infuser included
  • Rinse out with warm water and hand dry
  • Warranty not included

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.

Kat says:

The best large teapot ever. The crown jewel of my teapot collection. Cast iron teapots have become my go-to because of their heat retaining properties. I have owned ceramic and glass as well, but since buying a small secondhand cast iron teapot at an antique store, I was amazed and needed a large one as well for when there’s more than just me around (I call it my “party pot”). 

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