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Reddit reviews on Tealyra - Pluto Porcelain Small Teapot Turquoise - 18.2-ounce (1-2 cups) - Matte Finish - Stainless Steel Lid and Extra-Fine Infuser To Brew Loose Leaf Tea - 540ml

Sentiment score: 2
Reddit mentions: 2

We found 2 Reddit mentions of Tealyra - Pluto Porcelain Small Teapot Turquoise - 18.2-ounce (1-2 cups) - Matte Finish - Stainless Steel Lid and Extra-Fine Infuser To Brew Loose Leaf Tea - 540ml. Here are the top ones.

BEST TEAPOTS ARE PORCELAIN! Tealyra teapot is porcelain made because this material is the best for brewing large - and small-leaf or herbal tea. Porcelain perfectly withstands high temperatures, serves for a long time without losing its functional qualities and appearance.EXTRA-FINE STAINLESS STEAL STRAINER. In the perfect tea there are no leaves or small particles floating. So that you can really enjoy the drink, the leaves should give away their taste, aroma and color and do not get into the cup. Our teapot with infuser and strainer always brews only perfect drinks.CONVENIENT AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN. Tealyra PLUTO ceramic teapot is equipped with a stainless steel cover, which is opens widely and conveniently, without interfering with the filling of the tea leaves, and closes tightly during the welding process. Drip-less spout allows you to pour a drink into a cup without spilling.USE WITH CONFIDENCE: Our teapots are BPA, Plastic and Lead Free. Drip-Free. All parts are dishwasher safe.

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Found 2 comments on Tealyra - Pluto Porcelain Small Teapot Turquoise - 18.2-ounce (1-2 cups) - Matte Finish - Stainless Steel Lid and Extra-Fine Infuser To Brew Loose Leaf Tea - 540ml:

u/freecain · 1 pointr/tea

Starting out places: TeaSource.com Harney.com and Adagio are great. Use CatShip19 til the end of May to reduce Teasource's free shipping to $30. Harney is always free shipping. Adagio, I'd have to look up.

I can't really recommend a tea cup without knowing your brewing preferences. Are you brewing for one or more? Do you like to have frequent small cups (consider gaiwan or gungfu style), like to brew at your desk (just get an in-mug infuser) or if you want a simple tea-pot: I love the style of ones that have a metal basket and lid that pop out for easy cleaning (link for ref, but I don't know the brand). Big glass tea-pots are nice for show. Clay supposedly can improve taste (?).

Personally - I make milk based Chai in a pot on the weekends, otherwise most of my tea is brewed with the linked in-mug infuser basket in a beautiful hand thrown clay mug from a local pottery shop. I suggest going this route until you know what types of tea you like - then you can buy the gear best suited to brew that style.

u/il1k3c3r34l · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

I had one of these and it’s OK but I don’t use it anymore. Eventually the seal will leak from the bottom, it’s not as easy to clean as they make it look (lots of tea leaf flecks get stuck in the mesh filter) and the plastic carafe/mesh filter soak up the color/flavor of your teas over time so you might find your earl grey tasting like chai down the road.

Also there’s no way to remove the tea leaves once it’s finished steeping, so if you’ve made more than a single cup you’ll have to transfer it to a new container or have a really strong second cup. It’s a neat invention, but I went back to a more traditional ceramic that works better for me, I can remove the leaves once the steep is done, and is easier to clean.

Edit: This isn’t exactly the same one I have, but it’s very similar and I’ve been really happy with it - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078ZKPY25/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ibN4AbWNDSARA