Cast iron can evenly absorbs heat so it is one of the most common materials when crafting teapots. The gradual and even heating from the cast iron infuses the greatest amount of flavor from the tea leaves into the water. This strengthens the flavor of the tea, and any positive nutrients the leaves contain are also infused into the water. Cast iron also retains heat much better than any other material.
Material: Pig Iron
Craft: Cast Iron
Do not use hard brush nor detergent to clean inside, so as to avoid protective effect of surface film.
Do not rush the hot pot with cold water,avoid heating the pot with no water inside.
Do not keep the remaining water overnight, after each use please clean in time to keep the pot dry,and then dry with a soft cloth, prevents the iron pot from rusting and extend the service life.
For the first time use, boiling water with a small bag of tea or lemon slice into the iron pot to remove peculiar smell, pour out the water after boiling, repeat 2-3 times.
We suggest heat with medium energy, make Fe2+ slowly release to enhance taste of dringking, also help absorb minerals.
Daily use, please do not fill up, lest overflow after boiling. Iron pot used for about 5 days, the wall will appear scarlet spots, 10 days or so there will be white scale. This is a normal phenomenon, it is a protective film formed on the surface, not rusting, it won’t affect the drink as long as the water is not mudddy.
1x Cast Iron Teapot
- Teapot capacity 0.9L, Enough holds 3 generous cups of tea
- Teapot weight 1.05KG
- Package included: Cast Iron Teapot*1
- Removable Kettle Strainer
- Beautiful handmade gift box