An oversteeped batch of tea is bitter and has a reduced aroma, so this tea kettle pot is intended to help prevent it from occurring. The pot features the Memory-Metal Screen that holds the tea leaves in the water during the brewing process. After the water has been steeped for the optimal amount of time, the kettle automatically withdraws the screen from the tea to ensure it doesn't have time to oversteep.
The tea kettle pot is the design work of Yeh Shu-Hung and Hu Siqi, and works to help keep the tea at the optimal temperature for the entire tea drinking period. This makes it ideal for tea ceremonies that can take extended periods of time and that require the tea to be kept hot for the entirety.
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This Tea Kettle Pot Removes Tea Leaves Automatically After Brewing
- By: Michael HemsworthDec 26, 2016