Sunday, May 1, 2016

So Easy To Blew Tea With The Willow & Everett Teapot

When I get stressed out or don't feel good physically one thing I turn to, to help me feel better is a good cup of hot tea. Tea has a way of calming you down and helping you relax and many can be very good for you as well.

Willow & Everett has a Glass Teapot Tea Infuser with Warmer and Built-in Strainer that makes the process of brewing tea really nice.

The teapot is made of glass, including the handle, and it loos so nice sitting on my counter. It is not large, holding only 5 cups, but that's a good thing. Tea should not be brewed in large batches anyway and it does not take long to brew a pot of tea.

The teapot comes with everything you need to brew a nice cup of tea except the tea. Because this tea kettle is all glass, brewing up a custom cup of tea has never been easier. Simply fill with water, remove the lid and stainless steel infuser and pop it in the microwave to boil your water. This teapot eliminates the need to boil water separately and lets you do everything right in one teapot!

Once the water has boiled simply replace the infuser filled with the right amount of tea and place the cover back on. You can also place the really nifty warmer over the pot to keep the tea warm while and after it brews. The warmer has a zipper on it, making it easy to get on and off the teapot.

I have really enjoyed using this teapot. The handle does get a little warm but not so much that you can't hold it to pour. The infuser has an amazing fine mesh that helps keep even the tiniest bits of loose tea from getting into the pot and into your cup.

This really is a nice teapot and I highly recommend it to you for yourself and it would make a wonderful gift for any tea lover!

You can purchase the Willow & Everett has a Glass Teapot Tea Infuser with Warmer and Built-in Strainer HERE!

This reviewer received the product free or at a discounted price in order to bring you an honest review. No other form of compensation was given. All opinions are those of the reviewer.

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