Old Dutch Sapporo Heat-Retaining Tea Pot Kettle, 20-Ounce

Last updated: June 1, 2023

The Old Dutch Cast Iron Teapot, 20-Ounce is made with a porcelain enamel interior that retains the flavor of your tea. The durable cast iron exterior of the pot keeps the tea nice and hot, even as long as one hour after brewing it, which makes it an excellent choice when entertaining guests. As an added bonus, each stove top tea pot kettle comes with an infuser.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: When you opt for the Old Dutch Cast Iron Teapot, 20-Ounce, you'll get a pot of tea that stays hot for an entire hour.

In our analysis of 120 expert reviews, the Old Dutch Sapporo Heat-Retaining Tea Pot Kettle, 20-Ounce placed 10th when we looked at the top 28 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Old Dutch Unity Cast Iron Tetsubin Teapots Old Dutch’s Unity Tetsubin Teapots Tetsubins are Japanese-style Cast Iron Teapots that are graceful and elegant vessels for brewing and serving tea.They are considered the best vessels for tea brewing, as the cast iron evenly distributes heat to extract the full flavor and health benefits of the tea. Their heat-retaining properties keep tea at proper service temperature for up to an hour. Infusing Loose Leaf Tea Each Teapot includes a Stainless Steel Infusing Basket for convenient brewing of loose tea. (Except the large ‘Hakone’ teapot/humidifier) Brewing tea in an Old Dutch Tetsubin is easy and convenient, and using loose tea is the way to go. Because the leaves in loose tea are larger in size – they contain more flavor, and aroma than ready to use tea bags. Old Dutch Guarantees the Best Our Tetsubin Teapots are hand-crafted using specially purified Iron and lined with durable Porcelain Enamel. ODI’s Tetsubin Tea Tips Your teapot is intended for brewing and serving only. Do not use your teapot to boil water. You may, however, keep your teapot warm over a tealight candle if desired. Pre-heat your teapot: Pour a small amount of heated water into the teapot, let sit, swirl and discard. Place loose tea into the stainless steel infuser. Adjust quantity according to tea type and taste. Pour the water into the teapot, cover and steep 3 to 5 minutes or to taste. Remove infuser and wet tea leaves. With over 30 different Cast Iron Teapots to select from, Old Dutch offers something for everyone. Which Tetsubin is right for you? Whether you’re serving tea for two or for an entire family, we offer a wide variety of Cast Iron Tetsubins to choose from. Our biggest Tetsubin, the 3 Liter ‘Hakone’ can even double as a humidifier for your home. The tiny 11 oz. ‘Tokyo’ is small enough to be your portable and personal teapot. From elegant and traditional to colorful and loud, Old Dutch carries many designs to suit your personal taste. Choose your Cast Iron Tetsubin and make a statement that best describes you. Who we are Old Dutch International, Ltd. is one of the largest wholesalers of copper kitchenware, decorative accessories and wall decor in the U.S. Over the years, we’ve expanded our product line to include more categories, materials and finishes and currently offer hundreds of products for customers to enjoy. From our expanded line of Moscow Mule Mugs to the many new items we’ve added throughout our various product lines, Old Dutch offers attractive, functional items to meet your needs.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The teapot has a 52-ounce internal space, allowing you to brew enough tea with a single batch, which means there will be no need to constantly add new tea leaves and water. The pot offers exceptional heat-retaining features, ensuring your tea can be kept hot for an extended time.
Crafted using a cast iron that features heat-retaining properties, this is one of the best teapots when you want to keep the tea at the right temperature for a late serving. The teapot features a porcelain enamel interior. You can expect the teapot to come with an infuser.
The infuser is included and it allows to separate loose tea leaf from tea. Cleaning and maintenance for the teapot are easy. Just wash with warm water once brewing is done. No additional maintenance required.

What reviewers didn't like

The handle is poorly made. The infuser is not made of pure stainless steel.

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