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Hario Teaor Tea Server Olive Wood 450ml

Hario Teaor Tea Server Olive Wood 450ml

Regular price £56.95 GBP
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Hario Teaor Tea Server Olive Wood 450ml

Are you looking to make great tea with ease? The Hario tea pot Teaor is a useful tool for brewing loose leave tea with no fuss. The stylish olive wood design and high quality Hario glass combination stands out from your average tea maker.

Insert water into the tea server and the loose leaves into the stainless chamber . Lower the chamber into the water and wait until the loose herb or leave extraction is complete.

Serve and enjoy delicious tea.

Hario Tea Server Olive Wood 450ml Features

The Hario tea server has olive wood lid and borosilicate heat-proof glass body. It also has stainless steel filter mesh and capacity of 450ml.

Hario Tea Server Teaor Olive Wood 450ml Includes :

  • 1x Hario Tea Server Teaor Olive Wood 450ml
  • Heat Resistant Glass
  • Olive Wood Lid
  • Stainless Steel Filter
  • Made in Japan

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Leticia
Very well designed

I love this tea pot. I ummed and ahhed for ages over getting one as it seemed expensive for a teapot, but I am very glad I bought it and Hamlet did seem to have one of the best prices for it.

I enjoy loose leaf green and white tea and ideally want to sip at a couple of cups over the course of the afternoon. With most teapots the first cup is perfect and the rest are increasingly over-steeped, but the ability to lever the basket up and out of the water means that every cup you pour from this is as good as the first one. The teapot keeps it warmer than my previous solution of a very large mug (though of course it's not the same as a proper insulated vessel). I also like being able to see the tea steep through the glass. It pours well and though the glass was thinner than I expected, it seems robust enough.