Sabichi 750 ml Glass Teapot with Infuser £11.31 @ Amazon sold by san direct - HotUKDeals
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Modern and stylish exterior
Made of Pyrex glass
Stainless steel finish
For tea bags, leaf tea and herbal teas
750 ml capacity

Product Description
Enjoy the perfect cup of tea with our range of classic teapots from Sabichi tablewares. This 750 ml teapot with infuser boasts a delicate design with a modern twist. With stainless steel and glass finishing, this teapot is a must for all tea lovers and we do like a nice cup of tea here at Sabichi. This teapot is a must for all tea lovers.
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#1
i have this. sure i bought it for much more. Great little pot
#2
Like it, classy. 8)
2 Likes #4
Looks a lot better than the chocolate teapot I am currently using (_;)
#5
Beautiful!
#7
Lovely, thanks for posting.
#8
was about to buy these to match the teapot but they dont post to NI where I live - dont know if this will be of interest to anyone? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/6-x-SABICHI-LATTE-COFFEE-TEA-SILVER-CHROME-GLASSES-BNIB-/221622507337?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3399bb1749
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#10
Not quite as nice looking but this one is almost half the price here
banned 1 Like #12
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jambone
Not quite as nice looking but this one is almost half the price here


You're right your one looks better specially the handle
#13
I think I've got the same tea pot, it's good but the top is metal and can get very hot.
#14
Good price, but a few too many people saying they've not received their items on the seller reviews for my liking.
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Lol and I accidentally pressed heat for that one!
#17
220ml? They tryna mug us off?
1 Like #18
If you go to the Sabichi site the mugs are £7 a pair free delivery if you spend £10... Subscribe to Their newsletter and get £10 off £30 spend.
#19
Looking4Glitches
If you go to the Sabichi site the mugs are £7 a pair free delivery if you spend £10... Subscribe to Their newsletter and get £10 off £30 spend and 8% if you go through topcashback.
#20
Hot I payed 18£ for it month
ago
#21
terminata4
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jambone
Not quite as nice looking but this one is almost half the price here


You're right your one looks better specially the handle


I think I prefer that one as well, great find thank you
#22
£13.05 now.
#23

Thanks for the link to the cups ;)I bought the teapot yesterday for a stocking filler and this makes it look nicer:)
2 Likes #24
Great find OP - heat. Having read all the reviews, I've gone with the Andrew James version, only because of the guarantee. I read too many things about the Sabichi not withstanding boiling water, hot lids, dripping spouts yada yada so hopefully this one's okay.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Andrew-James-Stainless-Infusion-Teapot/dp/B00I4RDGRA/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Edited By: Monaco Blue on Dec 14, 2014 13:30: typo
#25
Not to sure this is a great deal.. £15 direct from the manufacturer with free delivery.. but thanks for the stocking filler idea. Gone with the Andrew version myself too.
banned#26
all that metal in the middle will greatly lower temperature :conclusion: a poor infusion
#27
2muchmonth
all that metal in the middle will greatly lower temperature :conclusion: a poor infusion
Most Teas and Coffees are not meant to be brewed with 100% boiling water or it ends up burning (82c - 87c is best), so unless you have a temperature controlled kettle then I would think you would have better results.
#28
penfold28
Not to sure this is a great deal.. £15 direct from the manufacturer with free delivery.. but thanks for the stocking filler idea. Gone with the Andrew version myself too.
When I checked manufactures site it said coming soon, so not sure when they will be instock.
#29
looks a great idea, quite a few on offer I will have a look about before I get one
#30
regarding the filter: is it one that clips onto the bottom or is it able to be lowered whilst the lid is on? the reason for asking this is because my cheap Argos one just keeps falling into the water
banned 1 Like #31
Looking4Glitches
2muchmonth
all that metal in the middle will greatly lower temperature :conclusion: a poor infusion
Most Teas and Coffees are not meant to be brewed with 100% boiling water or it ends up burning (82c - 87c is best), so unless you have a temperature controlled kettle then I would think you would have better results.

boulder dash : most important thing is too add milk first then tea/hot water to prevent scalding the mild an impairing the flavor. besides we are British and its a delicate oriental infusion, then we add milk! we are philistine really. most important to have HOT tea not luke warm like these Latte's and preferably in china as that seems to keep the taste optimum
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2muchmonth
Looking4Glitches
2muchmonth
all that metal in the middle will greatly lower temperature :conclusion: a poor infusion
Most Teas and Coffees are not meant to be brewed with 100% boiling water or it ends up burning (82c - 87c is best), so unless you have a temperature controlled kettle then I would think you would have better results.
boulder dash : most important thing is too add milk first then tea/hot water to prevent scalding the mild an impairing the flavor. besides we are British and its a delicate oriental infusion, then we add milk! we are philistine really. most important to have HOT tea not luke warm like these Latte's and preferably in china as that seems to keep the taste optimum
milk first? have you tried getting a decent strong brew with milk already added?... Simply wont happen not even if you stir it for 5 minutes. Jump to 2:30
banned#33
Looking4Glitches
2muchmonth
Looking4Glitches
2muchmonth
all that metal in the middle will greatly lower temperature :conclusion: a poor infusion
Most Teas and Coffees are not meant to be brewed with 100% boiling water or it ends up burning (82c - 87c is best), so unless you have a temperature controlled kettle then I would think you would have better results.
boulder dash : most important thing is too add milk first then tea/hot water to prevent scalding the mild an impairing the flavor. besides we are British and its a delicate oriental infusion, then we add milk! we are philistine really. most important to have HOT tea not luke warm like these Latte's and preferably in china as that seems to keep the taste optimum
milk first? have you tried getting a decent strong brew with milk already added?... Simply wont happen not even if you stir it for 5 minutes. Jump to 2:30

milk first, its science

Edited By: 2muchmonth on Dec 14, 2014 18:04

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