infusion ceramic teapot & cups from DAVIDsTEA

infusion ceramic teapot & cups

Want your tea to look as good as it tastes? Give your next tea party a modern twist with this award winning, Scandinavian-inspired teapot and cup set. The handsome, porcelain teapot includes a snap-fit lid, drip-free spout and a fine stainless steel infuser. And the matching cups have silicone accents that stay cool to the touch. It’s the perfect combination of function and design.
Teapot capacity: 799ml/27oz
Teacups capacity: 237ml/8oz

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Ok, so this review is going to be a bit of an emotional over share, so if you aren’t into that type of thing, skip to below the line and I will just talk about the teapot. I think it will help me feel better to write it, so indulge me if you will.

It’s cold, grey and rainy here, tea friends. And that pretty much matches my mood. It’s my Grandpa’s birthday today- the 2nd since he’s been gone, so it’s been a rough day for me. My Grandpa was amazing, at least to me. I lived down the street from him for most of my life and he taught me how to swim, ride a bike, and fish. He spent time with me and played with me, even letting me chase him up a tree when we played cowboys and indians or have a “dolphin ride” in the pool. He was patient, kind, and willing to take the time to teach me whatever I happened to be curious about. Even though my dad lived in the same city, my Grandpa was more of a father to me. He was always supportive and crazy proud of me. He called me his little darling and I loved him so much. “Here comes the sun” came on my Pandora station as I was getting ready this morning, which always reminds me of him (because of the little darling part) and I lost it then. I’ve been thinking about him all day and holding it together at work, so I thought a pot of tea might be comforting when I got home and using my new teapot for the first time might cheer me up a bit.

So, this teapot is great. I think it’s super cute (duh, otherwise why would I have bought it?) and I got it during the 40% off sale. It’s well worth the money and it’s my first teapot. The infusion basket is pretty much the same as a the one that comes with the perfect mug, except about half again as long and it has a handle (folds down so you can put the lid on) for easy removal. The teapot itself is rather sturdy and the spout really does seem to be entirely drip-free. The lid was a little hard to take off and put back on at first, but it’s gotten easier after repeating it a few times. I love the silicon grips on the cups because they do provide a cool gripping surface while also looking like cupcake wrappers. For the inaugural run, I chose Capital Tea’s Strawberry Oolong and it brewed up perfectly in this pot. Plus having tea from a pot just seems more fun to me. I’m totally happy with my purchase.

carol who

Sorry for your loss. Remember the good times!


He sounds like a wonderful man! It really sucks to lose such amazing people from our lives.


Oh honey, hug hug hug. I get what you are saying 100%. I grew up next door to my grandparents and they were very much like parents to me. My grandmother died on my 21st birthday and was buried in the dress she had bought to wear to my wedding.

What you are feeling is a tribute to the man he was to you. It hurts I know, and eventually that will become more of a sweet memory ache instead of the stomach wrenching pain it probably still is now. I promise. It used to help me to sort of think at my grandmother, if that makes sense.


Big hug


Thank you so much for the kind words, everyone, and the hugs. It really does help, especially since I’m far away from my family.
Marzipan, it seems like you do understand how it feels, unfortunately, and I’m sorry you lost your grandmother that way. It must have been devastating. But we were both lucky to have such wonderful grandparents :-)


And that’s how you make a fairy cry…oh sweet mj, my heart goes to you, big hugs…I totally get it, I was grandaddy’s little girl as well, even in my twenties. He’s been gone for a while now, but i still think about him and talk to him everyday… I’m sure he watches over you, you are now his little darling from above :-)


Oh geez, TeaFairy, I didn’t mean to make you cry! But thank you for the hugs. I was (and still am) in my twenties when he passed and I too was grandpa’s little girl up until then.


No worries, good tears, cause what you wrote is beautiful :-)
We are lucky to have such good memories, aren’t we?


I’m so sorry sweet girl. Be very kind to yourself and treasure your memories of your grandpa. Hugs and hugs

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