Teapot

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A tea pot found in Kaohsiung Taiwan.

A teapot is a container used to mix tea leaves with boiling water to make tea. Usually the tea leaves are in a tea bag when the tea leaves are put into the water. The tea can be poured from the teapot into cups.

Further reading[change | change source]

  • Steve Woodhead, "The Teapot Book" A.&C. Black, 2005 ISBN 0713660163.
  • Robin Emmerson, "British Teapots and Tea Drinking" HMSO, 1992 ISBN 0-11-701509-1
  • Garth Clark "The Artful Teapot" Thames and Hudson ISBN 0-500-51045-8
  • Edward Bramah "Novelty Teapots" Quiller Press ISBN 1-870948-72-6

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