This week I want to simply share about some teapots I use on a regular basis. While they are not vintage English teapots, they're durable, aesthetically pleasing and hold temperature well. They're called Beehouse Teapots and Zero Japan is the manufacturer. Zero Japan was established in 1992 and its products can be purchased on Amazon and the Beehouse Teapot website. Their organic shape appealed and still appeals to me.
My first teapot is the 12 oz banana one which I use almost daily. I just keep refilling the teapot with hot water. The carrot one is 22 oz and I use it when a friend comes over for a casual tea. Most of the teapots are named after food colors.
My mom has a 26 ounce teapot in white.
The fine mesh infuser is the feature I enjoy most about these teapots. You can order replacement infusers on the website.
Since I like to drink my tea hot, I found a cozy that fits perfectly.
This is how I like to start my Saturday mornings. Typically there are more magazines and books. :)
Not sure I've shared my new wooden tray with all of you. Great clearance item at Tuesday Morning.
All the best,
I'm bringing my teacup to these parties: