Sunday, 12 July 2015

WHITTARD OF CHELSEA GLASS TEAPOT

As I am a bit of a tea freak I just had to share this with you all. I am so so happy with my new glass teapot by Whittard of Chelsea
As I literally drink so much tea I have been wanting a teapot for a while now to save me having to boil the kettle every 10 minutes. I also prefer loose tea as its a lot more natural, one of my favourites is the fair trade natural black tea from Sri Lanka as it can be taken with out without milk. 
I also love green tea for boosting my metabolism and cleansing my body or mint tea to improve digestion and overall calmness. 

I am so in love with this teapot as it is small and light yet holds around 4 cups of water and I also love how I can remove the filter and boil fresh mint leaves in it as the spout has its own filter to stop the leaves from going through.

I am always looking at the different flavours of tea on the Whittard website so now I'll have a reason to try out some new flavours. I also really want a few of their glass jar mugs but I'll add that to my wish-list for another month!



I know this post is a bit different than usual but I hope you all like it anyway! Lots of love 
Emma xx
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19 comments

  1. If you like green tea, you should try the jasmine dragon pearls from Whittards, they are amazing!

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    1. Oooh thank you! I'll definitely need to try it:)

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  2. I've never seen the swirly tea strainer for a tea pot! such an ingenious idea!

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    1. I know, me neither! It's so handy when making tea from larger leaves :)

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  3. Honestly, I'm not much of a tea person, but that's so cool it kind of makes want to have tea haha
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  4. Such a pretty teapot! I tend to avoid buying anything glass because I'm a klutz hehe DF xo

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  5. I have always considered getting a teapot like this, I have heard such great things. This one is fabulous!

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  6. Who knew a glass teapot could be so chic? I love it. It's pretty & simple. I'd be scared to chip or break it though. :]

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  7. wow, lovely tea pot. I am getting more into tea as well.

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  8. How unusual, I've never seen a glass teapot before!

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    Susie

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  9. Wow a glass teapot?! Awesome. I have never seen anything like it before. I think this pot is perfect if you want to have guest over for tea.

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  10. I am in love with your tea pot as well.It's just gorgeous
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  11. What a beautiful pot. I also like how it has a filter at the spout. I really hate swallowing a surprise leaf when sipping on heavenly tea!

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  12. so nice :)

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  13. Ah... what a gorgeous teapot. It's perfect for white tea :))

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  14. Nothing beats a hot cup of tea it's just so soothing and healthy too! We are in love with glass teapots, especially if you use flowered teas, they looks so pretty :)

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