Cast Iron teapots are beautiful and when properly taken care of can last for generations. While sencha is still a popular choice for these pots, you can prepare anything from sencha to bancha, hojicha, genmaicha or really any other tea of because the interior is glazed (or enameled), it is not necessary to dedicate this style of pot to only one tea! The teapot can also be used to hold boiled water for the actual brewing in a different pot or mug. The thick and heavy cast iron will keep the water hot for at least an hour.
Our lovely red cast iron teapot features six gold-painted dragonflies, in Japan, they are a symbol of courage, strength, and happiness, and they often appear in art and literature, especially in haiku.
It is important to rinse out your cast iron teapot and dry thoroughly to prevent rust. It is high-quality indestructible iron and when taken well care of should last for generations! The included infuser is easy to load and clean and fits snuggly in the pot. Enjoy tea drinking pleasure with our dazzling Dragonfly Cast Iron Teapot!
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