Glass-teapot with stainless steel strainer, 450ml

Product number: 42201
Product information "Glass-teapot with stainless steel strainer, 450ml"

Item No. 42201

Let your green tea shine with this borosilicate glass-teapot! Watching the water turning bright green is a special pleasure with glass teapots, however it can of course also be used for other types of tea. The large stainless steel strainer allows for the leaves to unfold and release their full aroma wonderfully. The teapot is made by Hario in Japan and is dishwasher-proof.

Filling capacity

The filling capacities of the teaware are always measured up to the edge - the actual quantity in daily use is slightly smaller. This teapot is for 1-6 persons.

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Origin: Japan

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