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RIKLIG Teapot, glass, 0.6 l now £4 at IKEA
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RIKLIG Teapot, glass, 0.6 l now £4 at IKEA

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Posted 17th Feb

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Have you had coffee or tea today? Statistically, you most likely have. In fact, these hot brews are the most consumed beverages in the world next after water. They’re a part of life that can give a silver lining to any moment. That’s why we decided to update our selection of products to make that perfect cup – from the tea infuser and the kettle to the milk frother.
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ITexpert17118/02/2020 19:50

Careful though, this one is not suitable for stove top! I'm looking for …Careful though, this one is not suitable for stove top! I'm looking for one that is convenient to actually boil the water in too.


Yeah, because it's a tea pot not a kettle.
deadduck_14518/02/2020 09:37

I couldn’t get the lid off half of them - very cheaply made


You’re not doing it right. Works perfectly if you can fathom a twist locking mechanism.
Great product. Awful grammar.
I have both the large version of this from many years ago and this smaller one I picked up a few months ago (it was £4 then, too). I get so much use from the smaller one! It's the perfect size for making two or three cups of loose leaf tea. I use it almost every day.
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Great product. Awful grammar.
I have both the large version of this from many years ago and this smaller one I picked up a few months ago (it was £4 then, too). I get so much use from the smaller one! It's the perfect size for making two or three cups of loose leaf tea. I use it almost every day.
I couldn’t get the lid off half of them - very cheaply made
deadduck_14518/02/2020 09:37

I couldn’t get the lid off half of them - very cheaply made


You’re not doing it right. Works perfectly if you can fathom a twist locking mechanism.
"Have you had coffee or tea today? Statistically, you most likely have. In fact, these hot brews are the most consumed beverages in the world next after water."


Thankyou, "DealDroid", for your information about tea. God I love 2020.
Looked at these recently. Wondered if they would cool quickly and also if you'd need more water than one mug would have and therefore need more tea. Settled for a travel mug which gives me one large cup and keeps it hot. Don't scrub it out as gran used to say that you get a better cup if the tea pot is stained with tea residue. Maybe old grans tale but I do follow this.
Does this work well for coffee in the same way as a cafetière? Do you have to use different size coffee grounds
Tomorton9418/02/2020 18:09

Does this work well for coffee in the same way as a cafetière? Do you have …Does this work well for coffee in the same way as a cafetière? Do you have to use different size coffee grounds


No, this is a tea pot for infusing tea. It would make a very weak pot of coffee. A cafetière involves the coffee grounds being stirred throughout the water for a period and then being squeezed down to the bottom.
BrendenB18/02/2020 18:17

No, this is a tea pot for infusing tea. It would make a very weak pot of …No, this is a tea pot for infusing tea. It would make a very weak pot of coffee. A cafetière involves the coffee grounds being stirred throughout the water for a period and then being squeezed down to the bottom.


That’s what I thought. I was thrown by the description mentioning coffee!
Thanks
Tomorton9418/02/2020 19:14

That’s what I thought. I was thrown by the description mentioning c …That’s what I thought. I was thrown by the description mentioning coffee!Thanks


The description on HUKD is generic copy text applying to Ikea’s whole range of hot beverage preparation products.
Careful though, this one is not suitable for stove top!
I'm looking for one that is convenient to actually boil the water in too.
ITexpert17118/02/2020 19:50

Careful though, this one is not suitable for stove top! I'm looking for …Careful though, this one is not suitable for stove top! I'm looking for one that is convenient to actually boil the water in too.


Yeah, because it's a tea pot not a kettle.
snakedoc18/02/2020 10:15

You’re not doing it right. Works perfectly if you can fathom a twist l …You’re not doing it right. Works perfectly if you can fathom a twist locking mechanism.


love the gentle advice here!
Funny I bought this at the weekend!
Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker omelette maker and george foreman. Now and then I stare at my tea thingy and wonder,"what the hell is that"
turnaround3718/02/2020 23:17

Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker …Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker omelette maker and george foreman. Now and then I stare at my tea thingy and wonder,"what the hell is that"


Meanwhile, I've just used mine literally 5 minutes ago and am currently sipping on some tea. That'll be the second time I've used it today.
turnaround3718/02/2020 23:17

Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker …Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker omelette maker and george foreman. Now and then I stare at my tea thingy and wonder,"what the hell is that"


A teapot is hardly the stuff of legend....
Delivery is always pricey with ikea
Yes! This is exactly what I've been looking for! Thank you!
Have 1 big and 2 small at home. Both small pots are used daily. These really kickstarted our tea snobbery and now stock lots of loose leaf teas. A recent addition of a digital kettle has transformed that again!

They stand up well to bangs and knocks - not managed to break one yet over the 3 years. Also fine in dishwasher and come up great. If you hand wash them, the basket does discolour over time if that bothers you.

If you like loose leaf tea, these are excellent for value and quality!
Can you lift the filter out, once it has finished brewing?
turnaround3718/02/2020 23:17

Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker …Great dust collector in the corner of your kitchen near the toastie maker omelette maker and george foreman. Now and then I stare at my tea thingy and wonder,"what the hell is that"



I use mine daily.
ashfields19/02/2020 08:42

Can you lift the filter out, once it has finished brewing?


Yes, you can.
Never come across these. Wow. Just need to find a 1-2 cup version.
Had mine for over a year use it every day for hibiscus tea. Worth every penny.
ollie8719/02/2020 11:21

This is the smaller 1-2 cup version.The larger 4-5 cup is this one: …This is the smaller 1-2 cup version.The larger 4-5 cup is this one: https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/riklig-teapot-glass-90150071/


Thank you
Cute teapot.
Now I need some dearie on Etsy to knit me a wooly teapot cosy
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