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GROSCHE Munich Glass stove top water and tea Kettle with included tea infuser, Stovetop safe, 1250 ml (42 fl oz) capacity

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List Price: CDN$ 39.95
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  • Premium Hand Made Glass stove top water or tea kettle
  • Includes Glass infuser for making loose leaf tea. You can use it with or without the included infuser
  • High quality glass is heat proof, you can use it on an electric, ceramic, or glass stove top to boil water
  • Perfect to make loose leaf tea, blooming tea, or heat water
  • Ultra smooth borosilicate thermal glass will never impart a metallic aftertaste to your beverage

Frequently Bought Together

GROSCHE Munich Glass stove top water and tea Kettle with included tea infuser, Stovetop safe, 1250 ml (42 fl oz) capacity + GROSCHE Cairo Premium Teapot Warmer with tea lite candle. Premium Nickel Bronze finish
Price For Both: CDN$ 52.45

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 15.2 x 11.4 cm ; 680 g
  • Shipping Weight: 821 g
  • Item model number: GR-162
  • ASIN: B004PV7IDW
  • Date first available at March 3 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,455 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Do you want a stove top kettle without metal or plastic parts to give you an aftertaste or leech in chemicals? Want a kettle that comes with an included tea infuser to make gourmet loose leaf tea? A kettle that can be used without the infuser to make blooming teas? Well, the MUNICH stovetop kettle and infuser teapot is the answer. It is made of high quality borosilicate glass that can be used on gas, electric, and coil type stovetops . This is the same type of high quality glass that laboratory test tubes are made of, and is safe for direct flame contact, similar to Pyrex. the glass is guaranteed for life against clouding. It is lead free glass. Borosilicate glass is lighter yet stronger than regular cheap silica glass that commercial glassware is made of. The MUNICH is hand made by craftspersons who specialize in tea kettles and infuser teapots. A unique and gorgeous stovetop water kettle and infuser teapot! Try one today! Perfect for use with the GROSCHE Blooming tea variety pack for a very beautiful and tasty tea experience. Also great with any loose leaf tea.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M on July 17 2012
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This is hilarious, because I broke my teapot the EXACT same way that another reviewer broke theirs! I was always very careful with my glass teapot, because obviously you have to be- since it is glass. However, one night, my hand slipped; I dropped the LID into the teapot and it cracked the bottom of the teapot, right in the centre! :( The lid surprisingly came out with no damage... At least I got almost 1 year use out of it.

As long as you are very careful with this teapot, it will probably last you a long time! Some people might wonder if it is worth it to buy this, since it may seem like extra work to have to be so careful. In reality, I don't think it's too much extra trouble. Having a glass teapot, that you can boil your water in, really improves the flavour of your tea- because there are no impurities or weird things coming off from any metal or plastics that are in some other, more typical kettles.

This kettle is also very beautiful in shape. It is fun and pleasant to use, and does a great job at boiling water. For me, the price also can't be beat; I think it's a great price for a nice product like this! Like I said, it is great - as long as you take care not to break it!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Tea on Dec 2 2011
Received this kettle yesterday and was excited to use it on our stove top. Tea was great, but the kettle is very very fragile. I decided to hand wash it later that night after it had cooled down, and as I was setting down the infuser to dry, it broke. I thought OK, we can still use the kettle. The next morning as I went to put the lid on it, the lid dropped in the kettle and cracked the bottom. I was trying to be extra careful with the kettle as well. We got one use out of it. It is very fragile, so be careful while handling if you choose to purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carina TOP 500 REVIEWER on Jan. 20 2014
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Had it for about a year and no, it did not break. I don't use it every day, but I do use it. A little bit of care in washing it should do the trick. It's glass, so don't throw it in the sink on top (and underneath) all the pots and pans.
I bought this with the teapot warmer and I have to say that it looks amazing. It has a wonderful warm glow in a dim room and it looks classy. Initially I was looking for something ceramic, but this was a much better buy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Javie on Jan. 17 2014
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I like this product, especially because I find the glass doesn't leave any aftertaste. However, within less than a year the product started to crack at the bottom part of the handle. My wife and I used it daily because we're avid tea drinkers, so it did get a lot of wear. But, I've had to purchase a new one now that my first one cracked. We liked it enough to purchase a second.
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143 of 147 people found the following review helpful
Larger than I expected ... compared to Chinese teapots Oct. 3 2011
By Sunny - Published on
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I've been brewing tea for a decade or two. Plus being Chinese everywhere I go I get tea, from restaurants to family gathering, it's all tea. I have several ceramic tea pots to brew expensive $100+ tea. I've even drink tea from VERY expensive collector's tea pots. I also purchased Zorijushi Hot Water Heater to help me brew tea faster. But after all that investment I still taste something in the water. Since the water for all those expensive tea pots still comes from a regular metal kettle.

So I went shopping online for something that won't leave an after taste in the tea. That's where Grosche Munic Glass Kettle comes in. I know it's glass and I was VERY doubtful that it would work. I thought glass was fragile and I would burn my hand on the handle. I was wrong. The handle cools down REALLY fast after I turn off the stove.

The glass is medical grade glass and was even examined by my husband who uses medical grade test tubes for science experiments every day. He thought I was doing a science experiment when I purchased this tea pot. I said we are going to drink tea from this. He was skeptical too but after he took one sip from the tea I brewed from this pot he was a believer.

All the tea that we drink are now made from this tea pot. It's smooth it's refreshing and I get to add multiple types of tea into the strainer to brew different flavors.

Cleaning is also very easy. I generally have a hard time scrubbing tea stains off my ceramic/porcelain cups and teapots. But with glass it comes right off. If it doesn't I just use a little of gentle mild Babyganics dishwashing soap and it comes right off. I don't use any harsh detergent on this teapot because I don't want any residue from the detergent to taint the flavor of my tea.

I am truly surprised that this Grosche Munic Glass Kettle could be so amazing. Also not all glass kettles are the same. They're are several imitations out there. The imitations look nice especially when we're brewing chrysanthemum tea. But there's something about the Grosche Munic Glass Kettle that makes every brew taste so much better.
39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Smaller than expected, but does the job well March 29 2011
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So far, I am enjoying this stove top glass kettle. I drink herbal brews that taste bitter if made in metal pots. This works great if you want to brew 2-3 cups of 8 oz. tea, but if you are planning to host more than 2-3 people, I recommend getting a larger kettle.

The glass appears thin, but is very sturdy. I am not the most careful person when washing dishes, so the things I wash tend to bump into nearby obstacles, and the borosilicate glass has held up very well so far. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase.
30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Nice little tea pot May 2 2011
By Mr. Me - Published on
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It's smaller than I was thinking, but it's still nice, especially since it's usually only me. As another reviewer said, it seems more fragile than it is. The infuser design surrised me, it simply has thin slits etched into it. I went beyond what it's designed for, and used it with Thai tea mix, which has a lot of fine particles in it, and should be brewed using a tea sock. I expected it to let a lot more particles trough than it did. Yes, a fair amount got through, but I'd also stirred the mix, which pushed more through. It did as well as the fine gold mesh tea infuser I have, I didn't expect it to do nearly that well. So the simple slits actually filter much beter than I imagined they would. I don't see there being any problems when using loose or flowering teas. I suppose the only thing i would change is to make the infuser sit lower in the pot for making a single cup of tea.

I didn't want a metal tea pot, and this works well for me, the fact that it comes with its own glass infuser is a nice bonus.
50 of 56 people found the following review helpful
Hazardous Product Aug. 26 2012
By KBzzzzz - Published on
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When I first received this product my husband and I loved it. The shape, the difuser and the fact that no additional kettle to boil water was very appealing. We've had it for approximately 2 weeks now.

This morning could have been a disaster. The pot was on the cooktop boiling and I was slowly moving it to the side when the bottom fell out of it. Scalding water went everywhere. Thank goodness my reflexes were good and I was able to jump out of the way without spilling too much on me. It was a miracle that the grandkids and dog were not close by.

The design of this pot is lovely but advertising that this pot can be used on the cooktop to boil the water it dangerous and misleading.

If you buy, use a kettle to boil the water. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT TO BOIL THE WATER!
31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Cracked after three months Oct. 14 2011
By B. Howard - Published on
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At first, the kettle was great - just what I'd been looking for. Since there were other reviews that talked about cracking, I made a conscious effort to be careful with it. I have a gas stove and always use medium heat. I never let it boil dry. I always waited for it to cool completely before washing. After three months of use, it cracked while I was washing it.
Very disappointing. I will try to return it.

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