Item no.: 40360.1
Green tea is commonly not infused with boiling water. Nevertheless, we recommend boiling the water once, as this softens it and reduces the lime content. To cool down the water, the Japanese then use so-called yuzamashi - cooling vessels with a spout.
By decanting, the temperature drops a little faster and the elegant, simple vessel looks good with any tea set.
Also practical: If you want to fill several cups, you can first pour the tea into the cooling vessel and then pour it out. So you make sure that the tea is equally strong in all cups. And if the cups are already full but there is still tea left in the pot, the tea can be temporarily stored in the cooling pot without it 'bittering' due to too long brewing time in the pot.
This cooling pot has a slightly uneven, corrugated surface with practical recessed grips and is covered with a glossy glaze of a very light gray with slight hints of rosé. A fine gray line is painted in the center.
The thick-walled clay vessel is easy to handle even in hot temperatures.
Filling capacity 260 ml
14 x 10 x 11 cm