The Ming Teapot from Aromandise has a round and original shape, a bright green color and is aptly named! Ming which means "bright" and "clear" in Chinese, two concepts adapted to illustrate this teapot with generous shapes. Its interior is enamelled and delivered with its stainless steel filter.
Country of origin: it was the Chinese who discovered the cast in 300 AD. Traditionally, the Chinese consume tea directly from the cup, and it was not until the Ming Dynasty that the first teapots developed.
It is recommended to place a dose of tea leaves in the stainless steel filter that you will place in your Ming teapot. Pour simmering water or water over the tea leaves to release all the aromas.
Before using for the first time, fill and empty your Ming teapot with boiling water 2 to 3 times, then wipe it with a dry cloth without burning yourself.
When cleaning your teapot after use, avoid the use of detergents and abrasive element. Wash it in hot water and especially wipe the outside with a dry cloth.
Composition of Ming teapot
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