One Cup Tea-iere
With the right tools, making loose tea does not have to be intimidating; in fact it’s a whole lot of fun, tastes better than using tea bags and is cheaper per cup. Revolutionise your tea break and momentarily lose yourself in the meditative art of loose tea making.
Think Cafetiere or French Press, but without the plunger, to allow your tea leaves space to impart their delicious flavours. We’ve kept the best parts of our original, best-selling Tea-iere but scaled it down to the perfect size for one.
First and foremost, this is a single-serve teapot. Why? When making tea, it’s best to make the right quantity for your cup. Tea left infusing will always be unpleasant and bitter, so decant your infusion fully as soon as it’s right for you, and your leaves will be ready for the next infusion. This new Tea-iere pairs perfectly with our glass cup and saucer.
We’ve kept the same 100% filter for a crystal-clear infusion, and our material of choice - Borosolicate glass - is robust and completely dishwasher-proof. Its new smaller circumference and neat, ergonomic design make loose tea at your desk a reality.
Ideal for all tea types, simply measure your tea, add the correct temperature water, infuse, and decant in one perfect serve. And don’t forget to re-infuse.
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Stronger, Brighter, Clearer
JING Glass is hand-blown by masters using the purest boroscilate glass available. Borosilicate glass is renowned for its superior durability, heat resistance, brightness and clarity. All of our teaware goes through many stages of production and testing. The result is our JING Glass collection, designed solely to help you make and enjoy tea as it's meant to be. We hope you enjoy using each piece as much as we do.
Every master who makes JING Glass has a minimum of 5 years’ experience hand-blowing and crafting glass.
Making each piece requires mastery of a minimum of 10 steps. At every stage, the glass is heated and shaped into our signature designs.
Each piece of JING Glass takes four days to produce. Slow heating and cooling enables the highest degree of precision and detail.
One Cup Tea-iere
I very much like this, but it’s a bit small. It’s one cup for small, hemispherical cups, or for small mugs, but for most of the mugs I use to drink tea, it’s too small. I wish I had bought the larger one instead, but given the cost, I won’t buy another.
PerfectJust right to brew one cup of tea.