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650ml Kamjove Full Body Stainless Steel Teapot + 4x Double Wall Cups

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Specification 650ml TO-650/TO-650E  ● Material: Stainless Stell Teapot Body + Food Grade Plastic Infuser ● Brand: Kamjove ● Color: Clear ●...
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650ml TO-650/TO-650E 
● Material: Stainless Stell Teapot Body + Food Grade Plastic Infuser
● Brand: Kamjove
● Color: Clear
● Pattern: Solid
● Country of Manufacture: China
● Lid w/ Infuser  Material: Food Grade Plastic
● Type: Teapot
● Capacity: 650ml
● Teapot Dimension :
  •      TO-650  :   80mm x 155mm x 135mm (3.15" x 6.10" x 5.31")  Volume: 650ml  22  fl.oz
  •      TO-650E : 80mm x 155mm x 130mm (3.15" x 6.10" x 5.12")  Volume: 650ml  22  fl.oz
● Temperature tolerance : -20~150 Degree Celsius
Safety using boiled water after freezing with 24 hours.
 
35ml Double Wall Cup 
● Material: High Borosilicate Glass
● Volume: 1.1fl.oz / 35ml
● Height: 40mm / 1.57inch
● Top Diameter: 50mm / 1.97 inch
● Bottom Diameter: 35mm / 1.38inch
● Max. Diameter: 65mm / 2.56inch
● Net Weight: 1.41 oz/40g
● Dilatation Coefficient :3.3
● Temperature tolerance : -20~150 Degree Celsius
Safety using boiled water after freezing with 24 hours.
Application : Suitable for : Pu 'er tea, Green tea, Black tea, Oolong tea,Cocktail,etc.
Scenario : Home / Office /Bar / Pub
● Notice: Please do not put this cup into Microwave or high temperature ovens.
 
 
We commit 100% guarantee of this product, Would like to resend or refund in case unfortunate broken during shipping period.
 
Package Include
● 1 x 650ml Kamjove Full Body Stainless Steel Kungfu Teapot 
● 4 x 35ml Double Wall Glass Cups
● 1 x Package
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The Tea Bridge

Chinese Tea Culture

Tea plays an important role in China. It is commonly consumed at social events, and many cultures have created intricate formal ceremonies for these events. Afternoon tea is a British custom with widespread appeal. Tea ceremonies, with their roots in the Chinese tea culture, differ among East Asian countries, such as the Japanese or Korean versions. Tea may differ widely in preparation, such as in Tibet, where the beverage is commonly brewed with salt and butter. Tea may be drunk in small private gatherings (tea parties) or in public (tea houses designed for social interaction).

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