Loop Handle Chinese Ceramic Tea Water Kettle Boiler For Gongfu Tea Ceremony Vertical B

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Material: Ceramic
Rattan 170 x 170 x 180mm
 950ml (32 oz)   
Circle 170 x 170 x 170mm
 1000ml (33 oz)
Vertical 175 x 175 x 190mm
 1200ml (40 oz) 
Origin: China
Description: Clay teapots and boilers can enhance teas flavors. Any boiler or tea kettle may perfectly suffice for most people, and I believe that no special equipment is necessary for boiling water. Yet you may wish to consider a clay boiler down the road. These boilers are quite nice to have for brewing tea out of doors in areas with no electricity, such as on a camping trip. Like clay teapots, a clay water boiler softens water and enhances flavors within the tea. Clay boilers also allow one to use lovely porcelain tea ware while still enjoying the enhancements clay brings to tea sessions.
The clays are mined, ground up, fermented, blended and finally worked into these superior kettles. The composition of these kettles gives the water boiled in them a sweeter and softer taste, which transmits into tastier teas with more body! We encourage you to use our natural earthen clay teakettles to add some authenticity to your tea.
* 100% Natural
* Non-Glazed
* Alkaline
* Porous
* Great Heat retainer 
Price is for a ceramic kettle only, electric stove is not included.  
How to Season Unglazed Clay Boiler 
Start with a dry pot and fill with room temperature water, add a heaping spoon of starch to the pot and stir well. Heat the boiler to boiling over the lowest possible heat temperature. Allow to boil for 5-10 minutes, remove from heat. Pour off the water as soon as it is cool enough. Do not rinse, any remaining hot water will evaporate very quickly. Allow the kettle to dry without the lid for at least 24 hours.