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andiesenji

andiesenji

7 hours ago, DiggingDogFarm said:

I've been doing some more searching and reading some teapot reviews:

"I left my tea leaves soaked in it a little over two weeks not intentionally...when I did realized...I thought I was going to have to throw it all out...but to my surprise the tea tasted fresh as ever...just a little darker from being soaked that long" blink.gif

 

This little teapot looks cute and it gets good reviews.

 

They are very nice teapots. I did not realize they were now on Amazon. I buy quite a bit from the English Tea Store - they offer free shipping twice a year - I subscribe to their email.  Actually I thought they only had larger teapots.  This one looks perfect.  

Actually I got their email at 5:12 this morning with a teapot sale!  And right there on the main page is a black teapot.  (There is also a dark brown Brown Betty and some others that are of interest to me).  I buy from them for my tea-gifting baskets, i.e. honey sticks, tea wallets, printed tea towels and "British food"

andiesenji

andiesenji

7 hours ago, DiggingDogFarm said:

I've been doing some more searching and reading some teapot reviews:

"I left my tea leaves soaked in it a little over two weeks not intentionally...when I did realized...I thought I was going to have to throw it all out...but to my surprise the tea tasted fresh as ever...just a little darker from being soaked that long" blink.gif

 

This little teapot looks cute and it gets good reviews.

 

They are very nice teapots. I did not realize they were now on Amazon. I buy quite a bit from the English Tea Shop - they offer free shipping twice a year - I subscribe to their email.  Actually I thought they only had larger teapots.  This one looks perfect.  

Actually I got their email at 5:12 this morning with a teapot sale!  And right there on the main page is a black teapot.  (There is also a dark brown Brown Betty and some others that are of interest to me).  I buy from them for my tea-gifting baskets, i.e. honey sticks, tea wallets, printed tea towels and "British food"

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