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These gracefully elegant cast iron teacups will add a classic touch to any tea service. Made from heavy-duty cast iron, this handleless tea mug traps heat and keeps tea hotter than conventional cups. Its sleek black rutted design adds a touch of simple sophistication to any serving of tea.
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Looking to learn more about teapot options? Cast iron teapots offer a unique way to brew tea that draws from traditional inspiration and can be molded to suit modern convenience. These teapots were originally used to brew tea over open charcoal fires, creating a dramatic ambiance that enhanced flavor. Today, you can brew the traditional way or make your life easy by using a cast iron kettle on the stove.
Can anyone recommend stores where I can obtain quality sake sets and tea pots to take back to the US? No budget. Quality stuff are sold at the major department storeslike around Shinjuku station - Keio, Odakyu, Takashimaya.
Black iron asian tea set in vintage style. Green tea, pu-erh tea. Royalty-Free Stock Photo.
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Finding a single pot with the right combination of size, pour, and heat retention is critical, since these factors can directly impact the flavor of your brew. Add aesthetics to the mix, and the perfect pot can seem elusive, if not imaginary. One way to narrow the search is to consider the material the pot is made of. Cast iron teapots, for instance, have gained great popularity in modern times, and are commonly used to serve tea in cafes or restaurants.