Teapots are available in several materials and each have an importance based on the culture and tradition
that it comes from.
Porcelain Cast Iron Glass Earthenware
- ▪ One of the most prized materials for teapots
- ▪ Smooth sides do not retain the smell of previous infusions
- ▪ Preserves fragile aromas: well-suited to green and white teas
- ▪ Emblematic of both tea and Japan, this is an absolute must for many tea aficionados
- ▪ Cast iron retains heat for a long time.
- ▪ Treated with an inner coating, eliminating any risk of rus
- ▪ Elegant and refined glass teapots
- ▪ The transparent modern/ traditional designs are an attractive means of preparing tea
- ▪ The thin sides are resistant to temperature shocks
- ▪ Even large teapots are light, but they do not retain heat for long
- ▪ Ideal for preparing Chinese black teas/ dark teas
- ▪ Recommend to use a different teapot for each type of tea
- ▪ The best come from Yi Xing, renowned for the exceptional quality of its clay