Zero Japan Teapots absolutely do not drip. Probably because they’re one of the few teapots with a hand-finished lip.
They also look beautiful, are easy to clean, and even easier to use than teabags. As well as making a better brew.
Inside the pot’s lid is a stainless steel infuser. In go the real tea leaves, and when brewing time is up, you just pour. After the first cup, the leaves are clear of the water, thus avoiding that stewed taste you often get when topping up black teas like English Breakfast and Earl Grey.
Zero Japan’s distinctive stainless steel lid has an interesting origin : the company noticed that the beautiful family teapots handed down in Japanese families were perfect except for cracked lids. A design solution was at hand !
The lid and infuser both remove for easy cleaning. Fine in dishwashers.
One Cup = 350ml ; Two cup = 450ml ; Three Cup =580ml ; Four cup = 680 ml
There’s a shape difference within the sizes. Zero Japan one & three cup pots are oval shaped, and the two & four cup pots are rounder. We’ve featured the famed Japanese “crackle” colour options here, but we also generally have regular colours in sizes from 1-4cups. Any queries, we love phone calls on 08 9361 8271 seven days a week.