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Menu 1-1/2-Liter Kettle Teapot, Glass with Tea Egg

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  • Glass teapot with tea infuser that hangs by a silicone string, serving as a stylish teabag in the middle of the teapot
  • The Menu kettle teapot was designed by Norm Architects to blend Asian Zen philosophy with modern Scandinavian design
  • The clear glass vessel makes brewing tea a visual experience, stimulating the other senses in the process
  • The included tea egg is both a functional strainer and unique design detail
  • 50.72-Ounce capacity
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  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 7 x 9 inches ; 14.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004U8ZL2U
  • Item model number: 4545129
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,179 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Kettle Teapot by Menu


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Customer Reviews

The design is very aesthetically pleasing as well.
Mar Chuan
I'm assuming it is borosilicate glass (as-la pyrex) since something this thin would have to be, otherwise it would crack from the heat of the hot water.
Jon
It does work as advertised, but it's not a joy for me to use on a daily basis.
Shirokuma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jon on March 21, 2012
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I just received this teapot in the mail and am enjoying my first cup of tea from it. The egg-infuser is clever and attractive but to get the infuser apart took a bit of time to figure out. It's a twist-and-lock style of fastener, but it's on very tightly and the shape and size of the egg makes it awkward to take apart. Still, once you figure it out it stops being a problem.

The main thing I noticed about this pot is how light the glass it. It feels delicate... very delicate. I'm assuming it is borosilicate glass (as-la pyrex) since something this thin would have to be, otherwise it would crack from the heat of the hot water. Still I'll return and let you know should this thing crack or shatter at all. It's a pretty minimalist design so using it is very straightforward and intuitive. Not to mention beautiful to display and use.

It doesn't say on the instructions, but there is a little sticker on the box that indicates that it IS indeed dishwasher-friendly, I'd keep it on the top rack, though. Just in case.

If you enjoy tea to the point where you prefer to have multiple cups AND have an eye for modern design, than I give this the go-ahead without reservation. This is definitely an enthusiasts teapot and will definitely be my default when enjoying or sharing large quantities of tea.

Just so you know, the teapot shattered not long after owning it. It was my mistake but I suppose I'll give it one less star for durability. Still I loved it.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mar Chuan on January 4, 2013
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I bought this kettle for my rooommate's birthday. He loves to make tea and he absolutely loved this kettle. Like one of the other reviews for this item, the egg shaped infuser is sometimes a challenge to remove. Just make sure that once you get it open that you don't twist tight at all when you close it. The glass is very thin which makes this kettle very light. It handles hot water very well. The design is very aesthetically pleasing as well.

Unfortunately, what makes the kettle handle the hot water well is also its weakness. The glass doesn't shatter when you add hot water but it will shatter if you drop it even one inch from the sink. That's what happened to me when I was cleaning it. It was very slippery from the suds and it slipped out of my hand and shattered in the sink. So just be aware that even though the glass is a champ at handling extremely hot water, the glass is nowhere near impact resistant. The kettle survived for 6 months before I carelessly let it slip.

This kettle would receive a 5-star rating if it were more impact resistant. Suffice it to say that I will be going out right now to buy a new one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Cocco on March 26, 2013
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Bought this for my wife. Cool look. Great tea. Expensive, but it is used and enjoyed daily. The glass needs to be thicker and more durable! I can live with the designer prices. I can live with the cumbersome mechanism. I can live with the "egg" floating to the side and top of the pot too often. But geez, the pot glass is sooooo thin and fragile. Granted I have broken 2 now (in less than a year) and they did not shatter and remained in tact (no blood. no burns) But I must now decide whether I buy a third or try a different brand. It should be noted that the first break was a gentle tap against the kitchen faucet as I was rinsing it and the second break was actually the metal egg tapping the inside of the pot spiritedly when it was grasped quickly for a pour. I would gladly pay more and compromise weight for a sturdier glass pot.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By allen3 on April 29, 2012
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This is a beautifully designed tea pot. I had no problems with heat resistance pouring boiling hot water into it (it's not designed to sit directly on the stove).

The egg infuser is neat for steeping your tea, but it's very difficult to pull apart. The twist lock mechanism leaves something to be desired, and when the egg is wet (like when you're trying to wash it), it can be very difficult to open.

I was enjoying it until i dropped from my shelf about 2 feet onto the ground and shattered into a million pieces. Not that I would expect any piece of glassware to survive the fall, but I guess it was a pretty good example of the delicacy of this piece and how form exceeds function. If it was $30, I'd buy another, but can't justify it at $55.
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