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Théière Transparente en Verre Hario CHJMN-70T 700ml - Import Japon
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- Couleur: transparent
- Capacité: 700ml / Poids 430g
- Dimensions: largeur 170 x profondeur 132 x hauteur 108mmFabriqué au Japon
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Fondée en 1921, Hario est l'une des marques leaders et les plus reconnues du Japon pour la verrerie résistante à la chaleur. Cette théière 3 tasses (700 ml) Hario Chacha en verre est le compagnon idéal pour vos instants thé. Le grand filtre en acier inoxydable permet aux feuilles de thé de se développer pleinement, d'extraire plus de saveurs. Profitez de votre thé préféré car il dévoile sa belle couleur dans l'élégante théière Hario Chacha.
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But this teapot is fantastic. Some demographic info: I'm a 21 year old man, freshly adult, and recently turned tea snob. So naturally I need a teapot to accompany, nay supplement my loose leaf, nose upturned, calling-tea-color-liqueur lifestyle. Previously I had been brewing my tea in a thermos with a little mesh insert, a practice that if employed by anyone else I would surely mock brazenly.
First impressions - I had read almost all of the reviews and some of them had mentioned that this teapot is rather small. When I opened it, I thought to myself "this teapot is rather small". But once I stilled my beating heart and actually made some tea I realized that it's pretty much the perfect size. Filling it close to the top, with a comfortable margin, I get enough tea for two very full mugs, and in my frugally heated apartment the pot keeps the tea piping hot for the second mugful.
The basket is nice and large. I've heard others say that this is necessary for the leaves to swim, luxuriate, mingle, copulate, bask in their collective consciousness. Shoot me if I ever anthropomorphise tea leaves like that. But it is nice to have a big basket so that the water actual reaches the center leaves. To that end, it would've been nice if they included a diving board so that the leaves could indulge their inner child (or bud, if you will), but now I'm splitting hairs.
It's made of glass, so it's breakable. I haven't broken mine yet, but I reserve the right to in the future, hopefully during the height of an argument. I think it'll shatter very well, but that's just speculation at this point.
Only complaint (very minor) is that the handle is kind of hard to grip when the pot is full of hot tea. My hand has a tendency to slip down and touch the hot pot. But I just changed the way I held it, and that's been working well. I'm actually glad, I was getting a little set in my ways.
Bottom line - buy it. It's not a samovar, but for one or two people (I can dream, can't I?) it's perfect. Very aesthetically pleasing, functional, the mesh is plenty fine, even rooibos can't sneak through, and I've had almost no stems get stuck. It's top rated for a reason.
This is too funny! I purchased two of these tea pots in Tokyo at least 5-8 years ago. I use it daily as I am an avid tea drinker. I dropped the lid on my ceramic tile kitchen floor .. cracked it in half .. repaired it with glue .. and continued to use the kind of ugly looking thing for several years more rather than start using the second one I had in reserve! Afraid I might break that one also I guess!
Finally after several years of this depriving myself .. I asked my son who travels to Tokyo on business if he would mind purchasing me a third one so I could improve my esthetic experience of tea drinking! Well he just got back .. handed me the box and informed me that he couldn't find it at the same store in Tokyo but since he reads Japanese .. he googled it .. AND FOUND IT ON AMAZON! I just couldn't believe it!
You my dear reader do NOT have to take this circuitous route! After a lifetime of tea drinking .. having graduated from the early years of tea bags to the QUALITY of loose tea .. I have tried SO many different forms of tea preparation! This little unit is by far the absolute best! The basket is large enough to allow the tea leaves to circulate and bring forth their full flavor .. just wonderful!
For ease of preparation I just do this .. place filtered cold water up to the rim .. put the tea pot in the microwave for 6 minutes (in my microwave) for black tea .. less for green tea. Then place the basket in with 2+ teaspoons of tea .. put the lid on and let it steep to whatever strength level you like. Works like a charm! I wouldn't want to be without my little tea pot .. my tea cup is a large 2.25 cup and is filled to the brim with beautiful aromatic tea each morning! Enjoy .. without all my efforts!
1. It's large infuser allows tea leaves dance, i.e. they move along with water convection, which is necessary to make good tasting tea.
2. Infuser makes removing tea leaves easy.
3. Tea leaves motions are visible.
4. Good outlet shape, which does not allow spill.
I handle this carefully to avoid destroying.