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While world-class tea blends would be delicious brewed in a washing bucket, it must be noted that the teapot truly does make the tea. It's essential to have a favourite teapot and tea set; it's all part of the tea-drinking experience!
Fortunately, we offer a wide selection of beautiful teapot designs! Traditionalists' pinky fingers will be delightfully crooked thanks to the exquisite bone china teapots. The cast iron Japanese teapots are great for the funky vintage crowd who are staunch believers in the advantages of a good, strong cuppa, and the crystal-clear glass teapots are perfect for those who are shamelessly enthusiastic tea exhibitionists.
Have you found your ideal teapot with infuser? It's time to start the kettle...
To create a fantastic cup of tea, you'll need the appropriate amount of tea, steeped at the right temperature for the right length of time.
One teaspoon per teacup is suggested for a hot brew, so if you're having a tea party for two, you'll need two teaspoons of tea in a 450ml teapot with infuser, about. If you want a strong cup of tea, go ahead and add another teaspoon!
The amount of time it takes to brew and the temperature it takes to brew are determined by the type of tea you choose. Most fruit, herbal, and floral tisanes, as well as red teas like Rooibos and Honeybush, will blossom best if steeped for three to five minutes at 100°C.
White, Green, and Oolong teas are more fragile and prefer to be bathed at 80 degrees Celsius. They'll soak for one to seven minutes, depending on the tea, and it's best to follow the brewing instructions on the packaging.
A teacup of plentiful black tea can withstand temperatures of 100°C for two to four minutes.
The ceremonial warming of the pot should be the first step in your tea brewing routine. It's not about the pomp and circumstance; a swish of boiling water, then tossed, removes the cold from the kettle and keeps your tea warm for longer.
Your loose-leaf tea goes right into the infuser, then pour boiling water on top and cover with a teapot warmer for the specified time.
Is your tea ready to drink? It's time to start the tea party!
Teabags have a place in every home, especially when you're waiting for your beautiful teapot to arrive! If you're short on time, a teabag cuppa will suffice. In compared to a porterhouse grilled on the grill, a cup of loose leaf tea tastes like scotch fillet cooked by a masterchef. Both are delicious, but a pot of loose leaf tea is even better... ooh la la!
Your teapot requires a partner in crime, notably a strainer or an infuser, if you want to create a storm with your favourite tea. The tea leaves will not escape and run rampant in your teacup if you use an infuser. Using a tea strainer to pour the tea into your cup is another an option.
The modest teapot – even a cast iron one – is a place to steep your tea, where tea leaves and boiling water combine peacefully and spend time getting to know one another before producing a lovely brew. So, no, your cast iron teapot doesn't need to be on the burner, and it probably shouldn't be.
Given that our teapots have provided us with countless hours of caring, the least we can do is return the favour. Our teapots come with a care guide since the materials they're built of require special attention.
While cast iron is regarded as the hardest and most powerful of all teapots, it loves to be handwashed without detergent and carefully rubbed dry after rinsing. The dishwasher is not kind to a cast iron teapot with infuser.
Some porcelain and fine bone china teapots appreciate a delicate touch as well, while others, such as the Hugo White Large Teapot, feel comfortable and secure even in the middle of a dishwasher's chaos. What a strange coincidence!
Despite the fact that our stylish and fashionable Borosilicate glass teapots resist the dishwasher, the Classier Glassier Large Teapot says, "OK, I'll go in there with my stainless steel infuser!"
What is the story's moral? If you clean your teapot according to the instructions, it will provide you many pleasant cups of tea.
A teapot, tea set, or teapot and cup set is a significant purchase since it has the power to brew potions that make us feel alive and well, awake or drowsy, healthy and hydrated, peaceful, refreshed, and invigorated.
Breeze Valley is the best place to go for the widest selection of high-quality teapots and tea sets. But be prepared to be amazed by possibilities, since the variety in our teapot stores is tea-rific!