I used to have a large Brown Betty: now I hear that company is under new management and the quality is shot. My current teapot is a good size but has a drippy spout. It holds 52 ounces of water, aka 6 1/2 cups (real measuring-cup cups, not teacup measures, whatever they are). I am looking for a teapot that is at least that size or a little bigger, with a non-drippy pour, and ideally an infuser, though that isn't as important.
I spent way too much time today looking at teapots online, and the thing is, I suspect many many teapots out there have a drippy pour because the spout is shaped to look cool not to pour well.
Does anyone have a recommendation? A really big but not insanely huge teapot that you use and like and that has a clean pour?
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