Brown Betty 6-Cup Teapot

Brown Betty 6-Cup Teapot
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Brown Betty 6-Cup Teapot

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With history that goes back to the 1600s, the Brown Betty is reputed to make the best pot of tea in the world. According to lore, the shape of the pot and the red terracotta clay create a special cup of tea. 36 oz capacity. Made in England.

  • Material: Terracotta Clay
  • Capacity: 36 oz
  • Dimensions: 10" Dia x 6.5" H
  • Care Instructions: Not Dishwasher Safe. Microwave Safe. Not for Stove Top Use.
  • Manufacturer: Royal Caledonia Pottery
  • Country of Origin: England
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5 stars
Perfect Classic teapot!
April 25, 2015
Reviewer:  Melanie 

(Sudbury, ON)

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This is the perfect size for one person during an evening or a couple of hours of sipping alone, or to share between two people who want to sit and relax without making a new pot for a while. My 66-72mm size strainer fits perfectly in it. The color is a beautiful classic dark brown. I don't have to worry about it getting stained from tea or a stainless steel mesh strainer. It brews very well and keeps the tea hot. Perfect!!

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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5 stars
Perfect
October 24, 2014
Reviewer:  Rene Christian Garza 

(Seattle, WA)

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This teapot is perfect.
The teapot is a bit different from the picture.
(as the other reviewer noted)

The color is a darker shade of brown than from what is shown.
The darker brown color renders a higher aesthetic appeal. I really love it.

I also went ahead and took heed of the other review, i purchased a Swissgold Tea Filter(TF300). It fits perfectly.

Handmade craftsmanship is of high quality.
Very durable.
I imagine i will own this for a long time.

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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:

5 stars
My favorite full size teapot
February 13, 2013
Reviewer:  Smaug "The Dragon" 

(Chicago)

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Stash seems to have recycled the pic from the small size Brown Betty here. I can tell because the 6 cup model has a bigger handle; room for all four fingers.

The opening in the top is big enough for the full size SwissGold infuser, which is quite nice to use; lots of rooms for the leaves to unfurl.

It pours great, has a deep rich brown color, and a nice glossy glaze. I liked mine so much that when my wife broke the lid, I epoxied it back together. Mom finally made me throw it out, and now I have a beehive-looking Bodum one from here that has the squared off opening in the top, and won't accept my big, round SwissGold infuser. :( I can't get another Betty, because I already have two other big teapots, and there just isn't room.

They just need to get their act together and make teacups to go along with it. Maybe the same brown and glaze on the outside, and a cream color on the inside, in a British style?

If I could only have one teapot, this would be it.

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