• One Touch Teapot ® by Teatime Trading Co.
  • A perfect cup of tea made easy
  • Made of shock-resistant glass
  • Stylish and modern looking
  • Makes a great gift
  • Just press the button when the tea is done
  • Keeps leaves out of your cup
  • Easy clean up
  • Dishwasher top shelf safe
  • Video Demonstration Here
Retail: $29.95
Price: $19.95
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    Have you ever wanted an easy way to make sure you don't oversteep your tea and keep leaves out of your cup?  The stylish One Touch Teapot ® from TeaTime Trading Co. comes with a handy button.  You put the tea in the inner chamber with hot water.  You can watch while you wait for the tea to steep, then press the button and watch it empty into the bottom chamber.  The pot is machine washable and the top chamber is easy to clean.

    Available in green or black, this modern teapot is made from shock-resistant borosilicate glass -- making it incredibly strong yet delicate. The plastic tea infuser is BPA-free and features a stainless steel filter providing the best possible brewing conditions for your tea of choice.

    This unique design allows for accurate monitoring of the steeping process so that you can control your brew strength and release your perfect cup with the touch of a button. The cleverly engineered locking lid is designed to prevent spillage of either liquid or leaf when pouring.

    This teapot makes one 8 ounce serving at a time.

    Susan from our supplier Teatime Trading demonstrates the One Touch Teapot®.
    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:
    Michigan

    Love this Teapot

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    Pros:
    • Steeps%20tea%20perfectly
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    Not only is this teapot stylish and durable, it makes a great cup of tea!

    You won't be disappointed if you buy it.

    Santa Rosa

    It Works!

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    Pros:
    • brew%20perfect
    • easy
    • simple
    • clean
    Cons:
    Bought it at the Heirloom Festival in Santa Rosa last month. A friend had given me some lovely, but loose, tea a couple of years ago but found dealing with the leaves both while drinking and afterwards during cleaning too much of a bother. Tried my new single serving size pot just now - it works, and beautifully. First cup was perfect. Re-brewed the leaves left in the steeper easily and am enjoying a second, lovely, "cuppa" as I hear the Brits call it on all those great shows I can see on Netflix!