Bamboo Blooming Glass Teapot
Bamboo Blooming Glass Teapot
This beautiful tea pot set is made of hardy, long-lasting materials like borosilicate glass, bamboo, and stainless steel. The tea strainer makes it mess-free to boil and steep loose leaf tea so you don't have to use traditional tea bags. Tea bags are increasingly being made with plastic, and even those made of paper often have plastic glues. This releases micro-plastics, first into the cup of tea, and then down the drain into our water systems. Research shows that steeping a single silky plastic tea bag at brewing temperature releases about 11.6 billion micro-plastics and 3.1 billion nano-plastics (150 times smaller than a hair and may be even small enough to permeate human cells). Another perspective: the amount of plastic found in tea bags is greater than what we absorb from other common items that harbor micro-plastic. For example, a single-use plastic bottle has 44 micro-plastic particles, and a serving of mussels has 90. The World Wide Fund for Nature estimates that the average person ingests about 5 grams of plastic a week, roughly the size of a credit card. Say goodbye to nylon and PET tea bags and all the micro-plastics they create.
Crystal clear teapot made from borosilicate glass. Lid and trivet made from bamboo. Removable tea strainer made of stainless steel.
Wrapped in plastic bubblewrap inside a recyclable paper box. At the end of life, use the trivet to protect surfaces from hot dishes, donate or recycle stainless steel elements, and throw away bamboo pieces. Borosilicate glass, also known as tempered glass, is not usually recyclable through household recycling programs. Check with your closest recycling center where to safely recycle borosilicate glass.
Stove top safe. Dishwasher safe. Microwave safe (once metal strainer is removed from spout).
Sub Rosa Tea

Bamboo Blooming Glass Teapot

Regular price $35.00 $0.00 Unit price per

The Bamboo Blooming Teapot symbolizes everything bamboo is meant to signify. While tea is the most consumed beverage in the world, bamboo is the most popular plant. It represents tranquility and personifies simplicity. Bamboo produces neither flowers nor fruit but is the perfect balance of grace and strength. 

Includes a 40 oz. teapot along with a bamboo lid and a stainless steel removable tea strainer at the spout. A large bamboo trivet completes this beautiful set.

About the maker: Based in Ohio, Sub Rosa Tea offers tea and matcha experiences that are good for you and the planet, using minimal, paper packaging and thoughtfully-designed tea accessories. 

This beautiful tea pot set is made of hardy, long-lasting materials like borosilicate glass, bamboo, and stainless steel. The tea strainer makes it mess-free to boil and steep loose leaf tea so you don't have to use traditional tea bags. Tea bags are increasingly being made with plastic, and even those made of paper often have plastic glues. This releases micro-plastics, first into the cup of tea, and then down the drain into our water systems. Research shows that steeping a single silky plastic tea bag at brewing temperature releases about 11.6 billion micro-plastics and 3.1 billion nano-plastics (150 times smaller than a hair and may be even small enough to permeate human cells). Another perspective: the amount of plastic found in tea bags is greater than what we absorb from other common items that harbor micro-plastic. For example, a single-use plastic bottle has 44 micro-plastic particles, and a serving of mussels has 90. The World Wide Fund for Nature estimates that the average person ingests about 5 grams of plastic a week, roughly the size of a credit card. Say goodbye to nylon and PET tea bags and all the micro-plastics they create.
Crystal clear teapot made from borosilicate glass. Lid and trivet made from bamboo. Removable tea strainer made of stainless steel.
Wrapped in plastic bubblewrap inside a recyclable paper box. At the end of life, use the trivet to protect surfaces from hot dishes, donate or recycle stainless steel elements, and throw away bamboo pieces. Borosilicate glass, also known as tempered glass, is not usually recyclable through household recycling programs. Check with your closest recycling center where to safely recycle borosilicate glass.
Stove top safe. Dishwasher safe. Microwave safe (once metal strainer is removed from spout).

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