Mono Filio Teapot - 50 oz
Mono Filio Teapot - 50 oz
 



Mono Filio 50 oz Teapot

This is a beautifully designed glass teapot was crafted in Germany. The large strainer basket allows tea leaves to fully open and infuse into the water, the ideal way to brew tea. The optional stainless steel caddy provides a convenient tray for the strainer basket once the tea is steeped. This elegant pot is a must for those who make tea in large quantities.

Also available in 20 oz size
Stainless Steel Caddy sold separately
$195.00

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Description
 
Brewing tea is, at its heart, very simple. There are several basic steps:

1. Heat good-tasting water.
2. Add tea (about one tablespoon per cup).
3. Steep for 2 to 3 minutes, taste.
4. Strain and enjoy!
5. Re-steep for more pleasure.

There are variations according to the type of tea. Each package of tea that we sell has detailed brewing instructions on the back. As a general rule, please pay attention to the following:

Teapot: Choose a teapot, covered cup, or glass, and preheat with hot water. Use a strainer to prevent leaves from entering the cup or spout.

Tea: Brew teas loose, not in a small tea ball or infuser. This allows the leaves to open fully and release all their flavor. We use 3 grams of tea for 6 ounces of water. Whole-leaf teas vary in density, so use one teaspoon for compact teas and up to 2 tablespoons for voluminous teas.

Water: Start with good-tasting water, such as spring or filtered. Avoid tap water; it may contain chemicals which will affect the taste of the tea. Don't overboil, as this depletes the oxygen in the water and compromises flavor. Do not use boiling water when brewing white or green teas. This will cook the leaves and destroy their delicate flavor.

Suggested Temperatures: White or green teas, well below boiling (170-185 F). Oolongs (185-210 F). Black teas, just off a boil. Pu-erhs, full rolling boil (212 F).

Steeping Time: Until you are familiar with a particular tea, steep for a minute or two, then try a sip. Pay attention to taste rather than color. When the tea tastes right to you, serve or pour off all the liquid to avoid oversteeping. Most teas are meant to be infused several times. Increase steeping time for subsequent infusions.

Experiment: Feel free to experiment with water temperature, brewing time, and proportion of tea to water. Watch the leaves unfurl and savor the aroma. Remember, our guidelines are just that. Enjoy.


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