FREE SHIPPING on over ORDERS 75 EURO. 15% OFF on ALL PRODUCTS, PROMO CODE: #Tea. SHOP NOW

  • On sale! -30%
  • -30%
Antique blue "Tian" teapot
  • Antique blue "Tian" teapot
  • Antique blue "Tian" teapot
  • Antique blue "Tian" teapot
  • Antique blue "Tian" teapot

Antique blue "Tian" teapot

€32.90 €47.00 Save 30%
Tax included

Originating in ancient China, specifically in the Ming dynasty, iron teapots were created from the need to have a closed container where the Tea leaves could be infused, thus maintaining all the aroma and flavor.

These teapots were put directly on the fire to heat the water. Nowadays there is a great variety, since they are the ones that conserve heat the most, have high conductivity, great durability and careful artisanal manufacture. They are ideal for the preparation of Dark Teas, Black and Red Tea, even Oolong.

We have selected this original and special Teapot with a capacity of 450 ml, with a rustic design and finished with a beautiful antique blue enamel, which gives it that "Vintage" look that lovers of antiques fall in love with.

Antique blue "Tian" teapot

Antique blue "Tian" teapot

€32.90 €47.00 Save 30%
Tax included
Quantity :
Size Guide
Shipping
Ask a Question

Hurry! Only 1 Left in Stock!

Last items in stock

  Política de seguridad

(editar con el módulo de Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)

  Política de entrega

(editar con el módulo de Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)

  Política de devolución

(editar con el módulo de Información de seguridad y confianza para el cliente)

From China, the practice of making iron teapots spread to Japan and other parts of Asia, and subsequently became popular in other regions of the world.

Material and construction: Iron teapots are made of cast iron, a durable material that retains heat very well. These teapots typically have a sturdy, heavy design, with an enamel interior coating to prevent rust and the transfer of metallic flavors to the tea.

Benefits of Cast Iron: One of the advantages of cast iron teapots is their ability to retain and evenly distribute heat during the tea brewing process. This helps to better extract the flavors and aromas of the tea leaves. Additionally, the iron released during tea infusion can contribute small amounts of iron to the drink, which may be beneficial for some people.

Decorative designs: Iron teapots are known for their elaborate decorative designs. These designs often include traditional motifs such as dragons, flowers, auspicious symbols and geometric patterns. In addition to being functional, iron teapots are also prized as pieces of art and are considered decorative elements in the tea ceremony in many cultures.

Special Care: Iron teapots require special care to maintain their quality and prevent rust. After use, it is important to dry them completely to prevent rust formation. It is also recommended to avoid using strong detergents and gently scrape the interior with a soft brush to maintain the enamel.

In short, iron teapots are an important part of tea tradition in various cultures. Their durable construction, heat retention ability, and ornamental designs make them a popular choice for tea lovers looking for a special brewing and presentation experience.

1 Item
This product has no reviews!

Boxed:

Sticky Add To Cart

Font: