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Cobalt Betty Teapot - 4 Cup

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English Teapots - The 4-Cup Cobalt Blue Betty Teapot

The Cobalt Betty Teapot has a beautiful and functional design that is excellent for daily tea infusions. The teapot is made of high-quality stoneware, using red clay that maintains heat, giving the tested efficiency from generation to generation, and is glazed in an elegant cobalt blue finish. Today, the Cobalt Betty teapot is still made in Stoke-on-Trent with the same clay from the original area, exactly like the genuine Brown Betty.

This 4-cup Cobalt Betty teapot can hold up to 24 fluid ounces of your favorite blended tea. It measures 8.5 inches long, 6 inches tall from the lid to the bottom, 3.5 inches wide, and has a teapot mouth of 2.5 inches.

English tea drinkers love to have their tea using the Brown Betty teapots. Have yours today and taste a flavorful brew from this teaware.

Available in 2-cup, 4-cup, 6-cup, and 8-cup serving sizes.

An 8-Cup Teapot that will make your tea time even more special

In need of a larger tea serving? Grace your tea parties with the 8-cup capacity Cobalt Betty teapots! Those afternoon bonding tea moments with friends and family are guaranteed to be extra memorable, with a bigger serving-sized teapot to infuse and pour your favorite tea blend into each cup.

Brown Betty Teapot - The perfect teapot for your daily tea needs

Brew your favorite tea blends with the help of the Cobalt Betty Teapots from the well-loved Brown Betty teaware.

The Brown Betty Teapots, since the 1600s or the 17th century, uses the same globe-shaped earthenware design that has proven to be the best tea-maker for the British-styled teas because of the shape and type of clay used to mold the pots.

This little teapot is handmade in Staffordshire, England, and gave birth to the British Ceramic Teapots. Because these teapots are hand made, there may be some slight imperfections. It is not designed for microwave use or to be placed on a stovetop. It is recommended to boil the water for brewing your tea from an electric tea kettle.

The Brown Betty pots are dishwasher-safe. However, it is best to hand wash the teapots, rinse them with hot water, and allow them to air dry. The glazed-finished pots are lead-free.

Compare: How do I identify a Brown Betty Teapot?

Please Note that in search for the authentic Cobalt Betty teapot, turn it upside down and look for the back stamp that states "Adderley Ceramics Original Betty Made in England".

How do you use a Brown Betty Teapot?

Infuse the perfect pot of tea using the Cobalt Blue Brown Betty Teapot with your preferred loose tea leaves. Here are the steps to make the best brew from a Brown Betty Teapot:

1. Remember to always rinse the pot in warm water before making tea.

2. Add one teaspoon of loose-leaf tea per cup of tea into the Brown Betty. For this 4-cup Cobalt Betty Teapot, put four teaspoons of loose-leaf tea into the pot.

3. Always use cold, filtered water in your tea kettle and bring it just to a boil. Optimum temperatures for brewing tea vary by type. White and green teas are brewed with water just off boiling because they’re more delicate teas. For black teas, use boiling water.

4. Once the water reaches the proper temperature, pour it carefully over the leaves in the teapot, allowing the leaves to move through the water. The more surface area of the tea leaves is exposed to the water, the better your tea will be.

5. There is no need to overfill the teapot to get the required amount of tea. There is plenty of room for the lid to fit without overflowing.

6. Steep your tea for 2-5 minutes, depending on the type of tea.

7. Pour through a strainer and into cups that have been warmed by rinsing with hot water.

The historic Betty teapot in a cobalt glaze

7.00 (in)
7.00 (in)
7.00 (in)
Country Of Origin:
United Kingdom
Approx Cups Served:
4 Cup
Solid Color
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