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Old 07-16-2009, 10:33 PM
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The three main types are glass, porcelain, and cast iron.I use the iron pot as (once preheated) keeps the tea at brewing temperature longer. Others love ceramic. I think the glass is primarily used be people who use teas that are more "showy".Personally, I feel tea infuses best when allowed to float freely in the pot. Therefore I remove the included infuser. I actually pour through the infuser to catch the leaves.I doubt tea bags are less healthy than loose (although they are not as fresh), but I know they have less flavor.
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Looking for the perfect teapot to serve your favorite tea? This selection of tea pots will set you to dreaming about tea time with fine bone china, glass, cast iron or a modern stoneware design! teatreasures.com
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Old 07-20-2011, 06:32 PM
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There are lots of teapots available, and it's absolutely a amount of claimed preference. The better affair to me is that the teapot needs to accept its own tea infusers otherwise, you'll charge to get tea infusers that fit your teapots. Just a "filter" as you cascade the tea isn't enough, because if you don't serve it all immediately, the tea continues to beverage and can about-face bitter.
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The better affair to me is that the teapot needs to accept its own tea infusers.Fabulas Idea, even there are some other innovative ideas which can be used.
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The tea market these days is flooded with gadgets that promise to make brewing tea easier, better, or more fun. There are sleek infuser wands. Gravity-defying mug-toppers. Lavishly priced automatic brewing machines. And of course the trusty tea ball.
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