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Reddit reviews on Hario Cha Kyusu Maru Tea Pot, 300ml, glass

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 9

We found 9 Reddit mentions of Hario Cha Kyusu Maru Tea Pot, 300ml, glass. Here are the top ones.

Ease of use tea potLarge tea strainer allows the tea leaves to expand easilyHeatproof glass that has been heat treated to resist shatteringDishwasher and heat safe

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Found 9 comments on Hario Cha Kyusu Maru Tea Pot, 300ml, glass:

u/Lemonoidal · 8 pointsr/tea

A Hario is always worth considering and quite cheap.

u/Redcat1991 · 6 pointsr/tea

If you are looking at teas from unusual origins, say the country of Georgia, try what-cha.com.

if you are looking mainly at Chinese teas, Yunnan sourcing and teavivre are good places to start.

you can get some wonderful Taiwanese teas at Beautiful Taiwan Tea, and they have a very reasonable threshold for free shipping. You can also go to Yunnan sourcing's Taiwanese sister site taiwanoolongs.com

If you want to go down the rabbit hole that is Puerh, try out white2tea (they also have some gorgeously yummy black teas and oolongs) as well as the aforementioned Yunnan sourcing.

yunomi is a decent place to go to for Japanese teas, but since it is a marketplace type website, you would have to do some hunting (and Japanese teas are not my speciality, so I will leave much of that to other users.)

for flavored teas- there's really a plethora of places to get those, but the one that I have found with the best tasting flavored teas of the bunch is New Mexico tea company. This is just personal opinion, some people like Adagio better (and I do love Adagio's chestnut tea as well as a few others, so don't take that as a strike against Adagio).

I would stay away from most mall-type stores like Teavana because a lot of their teas are more cheap filler ingredients and less tea, just to cover up the low quality of their teas.

On the subject of tools, seeing as you are a coffee guy, might I suggest a hario teapot? A gaiwan would be the next step in going towards the gong fu style of tea. A very basic 100ml gaiwan would cost you less than 5 bucks + shipping. (shipping is expensive from here, so I would suggest getting more than one item).

For very basic tea drinking there are always in mug basket infusers.

Or you could always go grandpa style, where you just toss your leaves in a mug and refil the water whenever it gets low.

u/poipupo · 2 pointsr/tea

You could try a tea pot with a strainer inside like the Hario Kyusu.

u/JK7ray · 2 pointsr/tea

Or the smaller (300ml) version of the Hario teapot. I bought one after it was recommended here, and I love it.

u/saltyteabag · 2 pointsr/tea

I replaced mine with a glass teapot. Hario has a really great one with a huge infuser basket. They're pretty popular around here, too. It comes in 700ml, 450ml, and 300ml. It's all glass/stainless steel, and a lot easier to keep clean.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/tea

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u/Spartcom5 · 1 pointr/tea

If I go to re use the loose leaf how do I do it? I usually only drink one cup at a time. Do I just take the infuser out, let the tea dry lol? Or is it only intended on steeping again right after the first?

Also, i was looking at this combo https://www.amazon.com/Epica-6-Temperature-Variable-Stainless-Cordless/dp/B01G7OL9ZW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1486621787&sr=8-3&keywords=variable+kettle plus https://www.amazon.com/Hario-Chacha-Kyusu-Maru-700ml/dp/B000NVMC4I/ref=pd_bxgy_79_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=W6562BAB0YZQKH1YGCTM&th=1 i assume I get the water to the desired temp then pour into the infuser then straight into my mug?

Finally, as for the variable kettle is it okay to only pour one cup into it? Also, I heard a complaint that it didn't heat the water all the way up to the desired temp?