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10 March 2015 :: 13:03:06 pm 99569

“Tetsubin” Japanese Cast-iron Tea Pot @ Tea Village

The best way to brew a good cup of tea. At Tea Village, we're provide a cast-iron tea pots are all “Lead-Free”
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Extracting the flavors and health benefits from the tea leaves even distributing heat throughout the pot for water temperature remaining steady hot!

 

Good reasons to pick a Tetsubin cast-iron tea pots that fits your lifestyle.

• Retaining heat for hours. If you add a teapot warmer with a tea light, your tea will stay hot for five to eight hours.
• Facilitating the good cup of tea but the easiest way in few minutes: they include a stainless steel basket, so you put the tea in the basket and add the hot water in the pot. Once the tea is done just remove the basket and enjoy your hot tea for hours.
• With proper care, the Cast-iron teapots will never break or rust. They would be with you for a long lasting.
• Cast Iron pots are also very decorative you will find Arts and symbolic on it.

 

How to clean the cast-iron tea pot?

Storing water in the pot for a long period of time more than one day will partially get the pot rusted inside of it. You’re not suggested to clean with such a physically strength, scrubbing or wash it by using sponge, brush or any kind of detergent cleaning. It may caused a damage against the glaze. Purpose on making the cast-iron tea pot or wares are coated with enamel on the inside is because to prevent rusting. So, we will place some green tea or green oolong tea leaves and boil the pot for a while. After switched off the heater just leave it cool down naturally, normally it takes a few hours to be fine. The antioxidants in not only works well with when it come inside our human body, it also works well with the inside surface of the cast-iron wared as well. Amazing!

 

And so, when you’ve found rusting is occurred around the external surface, you can heat up the pot…but, remember to do not heat the empty pot it might caused the crack of the glaze and no need to heat until it boil. The point is we will clean the surface when it still heated. While we’re heating the pot it would be fine to add some green tea leave in there as well because we will use the tea. Soaking a piece of cloths with tea, lightly squeezed out water before apply it on the hot surface. Polish with a soft cloth, repeat it over and over again until the tea is instantly evaporates, completely gone away.

 

Find out your style today! Check it outs here: http://tea-village.com/en/25-cast-iron-teapots

 

Tea Village Opens daily: 10.00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Please welcome and enjoy finding your favorite tea flavor with us *-* Tasting Free*-*
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