Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 01:37:17 AM. Cooking Pan. By Zdzislawa.
Excerpt from Pot Shop: Timeless Cast Iron Tea Pots :
Tetsubin date back to the 1600's and had been originally utilized to merely boil water more than a hearth, lacking the decorative features of today's Japanese teapots. Numerous tea connoisseurs like the appear from the Tetsubin, but discover the metal doesn't lend well using the light taste of conventional green teas.
Pot Shop - I have seen a resurgence in retro everything including cast iron teapots. I used to think anything made of cast iron was ugly and outdated. Not true at all. The colors available for cast iron teapots is amazing. In fact, I think there are more colors and styles available than in the fine bone China teapots. Most are so beautiful that at first, you are almost afraid to brew tea in them afraid that you may damage it. They are definitely much sturdier than glass or fine bone China teapots. Lift one up and you will know what I mean about being sturdy.
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