I'm looking for the perfect teapot for when I entertain. Needs to be for 10 cups at least.
I love a glass teapot because of lack of odor retention (and I love seeing the color of tea and expansion of leaves). I know there are other materials that are supposedly "nonreactive" but I swear I can taste the difference with glass vs ss etc.
This is my perfect teapot for 2 cups. It has a built in strainer so I don't have to use an infuser.
So perfect teapot for me would be:
Some way of filtering leaves sans an infuser (I very much dislike infusers)
I can't seem to find one large enough or with a good enough straining system. Any suggestions? Am I going about this all wrong? How do you provide large amounts of tea when entertaining for 10+ people?
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