Our beautifully designed teapot. The perfect size for making one large cup or many small cups in gong fu style.

275ml Glass One-Cup Teapot £25.20 Add to Basket
GiftFor Her, Stocking Fillers, For Newcomers

For those wanting to linger over a cup of tea and escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Due to the quality of our teas, many can be infused repeatedly with excellent results. Our Teapot's small size is designed to match your cup, preventing your leaves from stewing between infusions. 

The crystal-clear glass allows you to see your teas unfurl and judge when your tea is just right.

Its integrated coil filter keeps your tea leaves out of our cup and in the pot where they belong.

All JING Glass is Dishwasher Safe and 100°C Safe.

Height 10cm, Width 16cm approx.

Read more about the unique production of JING Glass.

  • A highlight of my morning

    Prof Samantha Warren, 7 Aug 11

    5 stars rating
    I adore my Jing teapot, the coil for the spout is an inspired design and its the perfect size for a good mug of tea - and then you can just keep topping it up. It looks lovely and makes such a nice sound when you clink it :o) Thoroughly recommend!
  • Its design makes a great gift for tea newbies!

    Admin @ Lainiesips.com, 14 Jul 10

    5 stars rating
    Traditionalists who eschew modern tea infusers rejoice: Here is a functional, well-designed, yet beautiful teapot that should suit you well.

    This glass teapot is just the right size for a single cup of tea (it can also be used for gong-fu style service, though I think it a little big for that). It is crystal-clear, with a wide spout and squat body.

    It is easy to use, too: A wire coil extends through the spout to catch tea leaves such that an additional strainer is not necessary (although some very small leaves/particles may slip through). The spout is not prone to clogging, which is great for quickly decanting tea.

    Many small teapots have a small “airhole” on the lid-handle. This is supposed to allow for easy pouring of the tea, but it is also easy to get a steam-burn when grabbing the lid-handle. This teapot’s airhole is located on the lid itself, making the lid-handle much more accessible.