Get the most out of your tea with a Japanese made Kyusu, a style of teapot that has been in use since the 9th century.
A Tokoname ware made in Aichi prefecture. Tokoname ware (常滑焼, Tokoname-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery, stoneware, and ceramics produced in and around the municipality of Tokoname, Aichi, in central Japan.
This Kyusu has a fluorinated filter that prevents the tea leaves from sticking, and a dome-shaped structure that allows the tea leaves to spread easily.
It is made from clay and serves 2 cups ~100ml of green tea, just the right size for everyday use.
Best results are achieved with 2.5 grams of tea, 80 degree water and a steep time of 2 minutes. Second and even third infusions are encouraged!
This premium design features a swirl pattern on the lid and body and a different colourway.