A Complete Guide to Cast Iron Teapots

A blue cast iron kettle

It is said that it was during the 17th and 18th century that the first Cast Iron Teapots were made in Japan. However, there are accounts of the cast iron teapot being present during the Sen no Rikyu period, the historical figure most famous for influencing the Traditional Japanese “Way of Tea.” Known as Tetsubin … Read moreA Complete Guide to Cast Iron Teapots

How To Brew Tea Using a Traditional French Press

A filled french press

Tea has been a popular drink for centuries. And, as noted from the many articles here on TeaMinded, there are variety long-standing traditions surrounding the brewing and drinking of loose leaf tea. Various cultures have different customs and tools deemed most proper for preparing and drinking tea. And, while often overlooked (and not traditionally considered), … Read moreHow To Brew Tea Using a Traditional French Press

Best Easy to Use Teapot for Loose Leaf Tea

A glass of tea and a pitcher

Introducing the Rishi Tea Simple Brew Loose Leaf Teapot  This Rishi Teapot is created for ultimate convenience. You can watch your tea unfurl and steep in this high quality glass vessel. The unique design of this teapot is made with ease-of-use in mind. All you need to do is add your loose-leaf tea and hot water, before you … Read moreBest Easy to Use Teapot for Loose Leaf Tea