Cast Iron

For centuries the Japanese have used cast iron teapots made in the Tetsubin style to impart the health advantages of tea drinking with the additional benefits of cast ironware.  

A cast iron teapot is more than a great table decoration as it's extremely practical.  With superior heat distribution properties, cast iron will keep tea hotter for longer.  The spout and handle placement are designed to enable drip-free ease of pouring.  A raised lip inside the lid prevents the slipping when pouring your tea.