The "Large Teapot" by Firebelly Tea features one of the coolest and most modern teapot designs we have seen.
Not only does it look gorgeous, but it is highly functional. It's made of high-quality materials, it's dishwasher safe, and it includes an excellent tea infuser. It is on the higher end in terms of cost though.
Should you get this teapot? Read this review to help you make that decision!
The Large Teapot by Firebelly Tea looks like it belongs in a modern art museum.
The futuristic and minimalistic design features a large metal handle that hangs over the lid. This makes for a unique style that we haven't seen anywhere else and makes this teapot stand out against the competition.
At the time of writing, this teapot is available in all-white or black-and-white colors. This particular design comes in one size only. It can hold up to 40 oz (1.2 L) of tea, which is enough for 4 large mugs or 8 to 10 small cups.
By the way, if you are looking for a smaller teapot, check Firebelly’s small teapot which features another very cool design inspired by Japanese Kyusu teapots.
The teapot and lid are made of high-quality ceramic. They feel smooth and sturdy to the touch, while the teapot’s walls are thick, which makes the teapot a bit heavy.
This is not a problem at all though, the handle, which is made of metal and bolted to the teapot, does not get hot and makes it easy to grab the teapot and tilt it to serve tea.
Not only does this teapot look awesome, but it does the job of a teapot, really well.
For example, it comes with a large and wide micro-perforated stainless steel infuser. It’s really well designed because the tea infuser is wide and sits close to the bottom of the teapot. This means that you can prepare small quantities of tea as even a small amount of water will be enough to submerge most loose leaf teas.
As we mentioned before, this teapot retains heat well. This is thanks to the low thermal conductivity and high heat capacity of ceramics. The lid, which is also made of ceramic and comes with a silicone seal, fits snuggly, which further reduces heat loss.
Another neat feature is the drip-proof spout, which prevents tea droplets from spilling all over your counter.
The only con of this teapot is that it cannot be used on heating elements. This is something very minor though as long as you have a proper tea kettle!
In fact, we usually recommend against using teapots on heating elements, despite manufacturers stating they are stovetop safe. Using teapots directly on heating elements reduces their lifespan.
Imagine placing art from the Guggenheim Museum in the dishwasher. It will be ruined and you will be on the hook for a few thousand dollars and may even get arrested.
Well, thankfully, this stoneware teapot, despite looking like a museum piece, is dishwasher-safe!
And if you don’t have a dishwasher, it’s still very easy to wash and rinse. Since I consume copious amounts of green tea, I opt for a manual rinse since I can’t wait for the dishwasher to finish to have my next cup of tea!
All in all, this teapot is very easy to clean and maintain!
This Firebelly Tea teapot is definitely pricey, but do not let that deter you.
While not in use, the aesthetically pleasing design of this teapot will complement your kitchen or dining room.
So if aesthetics and functionality are both important to you, then you might find the price very reasonable!
Further, the use of high-quality materials means this teapot should last many years (unless you drop it, then that’s on you!).
Finally, the excellent tea strainer ensures hot water evenly flows through the tea leaves, even when you are using smaller quantities of water to make just one serving. And when you’re done, all you have to do is place it in your dishwasher.
If you are someone who loves drinking tea, this sleek teapot ticks all the boxes. Your local tea shop might even turn green with envy if you decide to bust it out (not that we recommend carrying this teapot around).
Brewing some delicious tea with this teapot is a delightful way to start your day.
This Firebelly Tea teapot made it to our best teapots article as the number one teapot for a reason!
Yes, we highly recommend this teapot. You will get one of the coolest-looking teapots made of quality ceramic materials, which should last for a long time.
Besides looking pretty, this teapot does what it’s supposed to do very well: brew tea. So you can do what you're supposed to do very well: drink delicious tea!
This is because of its excellent thermal properties, and because it features one of the best stainless steel tea infusers we’ve seen in a teapot.
Tea lovers who want to up their tea game and make a statement in their kitchen or dining room and care about quality teaware. This would also be a great gift for anyone who likes tea!
People who prefer to use tea bags, or tea fans who are clumsy and tend to break things. In that case, a cast iron teapot might be the way to go.
Yes, it is. Personally, I prefer to handwash it because it’s quicker.
Yes it does. This is thanks to the use of stoneware materials that have low heat conductivity and a high heat capacity. In addition, the lid comes equipped with a seal to prevent heat from escaping.
Yes, there are. There is a smaller teapot that also has a very cool design. Check it out here!
I have tested the Large Teapot by Firebelly Tea for a few months now. I use it almost every day, despite owning many teapots (yes, I am sometimes ridiculed for having so much teaware but oh well).
Throughout this time I have not encountered any issues, and the design still looks cool - it has not gotten old!
I highly recommend this teapot.
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