Glass Borosilicate Tea Pot
The tea pot series can operate as an elegant serving system for pouring drinks whether they are hot(coffee, tea) or cold. The vacuum pump helps the stainless steel container to prevent spilling and adds to the insulation effeces.
We choose stainless steel for the production of these tea pot jugs because of its unparalleled durability along with its great appearance.
1. Product Introduction of the Tea Pot
The well-designed BonJour Tea Glass Teapot with Shut-Off Infuser is an elegant way to brew and serve teas wherever and whenever you want to relax. The beautiful hand-blown teapot is crafted from shatter-resistant borosilicate glass and features a gleaming stainless steel lid, knob and infuser basket. Simply place loose leaf tea into the infuser, set into the carafe, and pour in hot water. Holes in the basket allow teas to come into ample contact with water; an ingenious plunger then seals wet leaves away to stop brewing. Handwashing the teapot is recommended.
2. Product Introduction of the Tea Pot
Glass Tea Pots
Glass + Stainless Steel
One PC/Bag/White Box
3. Product Feature And Application of the Tea Pot
Indulge in a new level of delicious flavor with Kitchen's Infuser Tea Pot! Unlike in tea bags, loose tea is not trapped inside a bag, and can therefore fully expand and release all its natural flavors. Loose tea leaves contain more essential oils, resulting in a better taste. It is also much healthier - loose leaf tea helps your immune system, lowers blood pressure, and improves concentration due to it containing more antioxidants and many other nutrients.
4. Production Details of the Tea Pot
5. Introduction of factory production and packaging
6. Tea Pot Usage method
7. The glass tea set is usually mixed with quartz sand, limestone and soda, and is melted and formed at high temperature. There are many kinds of glass tea, such as crystal glass, colorless glass, jade glass, Venus glass, milky glass tea set, etc.
Glass can be made into various other kinds of utensils, such as wine, bowls, plates, cups, cylinders, etc., mostly colorless, also use colored glass or panchromatic glass.