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Japanese cast iron teapot from Japan, NAMICHIDORI, 0,3lt
Japanese blue cast iron teapot from Japan, KAORI, 0,3lt
Delivery times :
- 1 to 3 working days for France, Belgium and Switzerland.
- 3 to 5 working days for other countries in Europe
- 3 to 5 working days for other countries via DHL
This item is shipped from our warehouse in France.
You may return or exchange an item within 14 days of receiving your order. For more information, see our Return Policy
|Packing||Packaged in a cardboard box|
|Product origin||made in Japan|
|Filter||Metal filter removable basket|
|Japanese manufacturer||Oiharu Japan ldt|
sold with a metal filter
Cast iron retains heat longer than other materials without spreading to the handle. All enthusiasts say it, a cast iron vessel is the best material for preparing and brewing tea.
How to use a cast iron vessel
How to make the best use of your teapot?
1. Before using for the first time:
- clean your teapot thoroughly with very hot water
. - dry the inside and outside of your teapot with a dry cloth while it is still hot - then let the inside dry thoroughly
. 2. When using the teapot, always pay attention to the following points:
Never heat the teapot directly on the inside. - never heat the teapot directly over a naked flame
. - if you use a hotplate, keep the temperature low
. - never place your teapot in the microwave
. - never use detergents to clean your teapot, only clean water
. - always remove any tea or water remaining in the teapot and dry it thoroughly after each use
. - always wipe the outside of your teapot with a dry cloth while it is still hot
. - avoid contact with salt or oil - never cool the teapot suddenly while it is still hot - the inside of the teapot is enamelled. So be sure to choose cookware that will not scratch the enamel. By following these tips, you can enjoy your teapot for a long time.