WHAT IS TEAPOT BOTTLE? Freshly brewed Sencha (Japanese green tea) can be enjoyed either hot or cold, with only tea leaves and hot or cold water. The shape resembles a hourglass often used to measure the brewing time for English black teas. Not only does it resemble the shape but the TEAPOT BOTTLE can be used in a similar way (only for hot sencha). Pour hot water into the bottle, place sencha tea leaves into the strainer, and tightly screw the strainer and lid onto the bottle. Then, simply flip it over for brewing. WHAT IS THE CONCEPT? With a widespread consumption of pet bottled beverages today, most people drink room temperature drinks outside. Even if you buy a hot drink at a coffee or tea shop it is likely to get cold, or at least down to a room temperature within an hour - so what does this imply? The solution TEAPOT BOTTLE came up with was to ignore the function as a thermos bottle and instead, set the heat resistant temperature to 80˚C (176˚F), the right water temperature for brewing sencha. In this way, TEAPOT BOTTLE became a teapot/ bottle exclusively for sencha brewing. TEAPOT BOTTLE comes with a strainer, a distinctive feature enabling everyone to enjoy freshly brewed sencha outside without having to carry a kyusu (teapot). MULTIPLE USAGE: TEAPOT BOTTLE can be used as a portable teapot, tea bottle with a strainer, or simply as a tumbler by removing the strainer.
For detailed brewing instructions see under "Teapot Bottle Brewing".
6.5 cm (2.56 in)
21 cm (8.27 in)
300 ml (10.2 fl oz)
247 grams (8.71 oz)
Measurements above are approximate
Body: Plastic (ABS resin); packing: silicon; lid (top and botto): stainless steel
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Made in Japan
Do not pour hot water above the temperature of 80˚C (176˚F), it may harm the product. Do not use in oven or microwave. Do not place in freezer. Hand wash only, use mild soap, and rinse with water. Not dishwasher safe. Do not put dry ice or carbonated drinks. No boiling. Tightly join each section (lid, strainer, body) for carrying, liquid may spill.