I tried using 'HARIO teapot clear without lid' that is easy to care for even if you brew tea from tea leaves by integrating the spout and tea strainer



You can use a tea bag to easily prepare tea after a meal or at tea time, but if you want to brew your own tea, you should take a break with your favorite tea leaves. However, if you brew tea in a teapot with a strainer, you will have a hard time removing the tea leaves that are clogged up with the finest eyes. Using HARIO's ' lidless teapot clear ', which has an integrated spout and tea strainer, you can see how tea leaves open in a clear heat-resistant glass container, and the tea leaves are less likely to become clogged and easy to maintain. I actually tried using it.

Clear teapot without lid-heat-resistant glass HARIO

https://www.hario.com/seihin/productdetail.php?product=FNC-45-T

◆Appearance
This is the 'lidless teapot clear' package.



The contents are two instruction manuals……



It is a spout with filter, packing, and body.



There are '

FNC-45-T ' with a capacity of 450 ml and ' FNC-70-T ' with a capacity of 700 ml for 'Teapot clear without lid', but this time we chose the one with a capacity of 450 ml. Although it is a small type, the handle of the main body can accommodate four fingers even for men.



Comparing the size of the main body with the transportation IC card, it looks like this.



The mouth is just as wide as the long side of a transportation IC card.



There is no scale on the body made of heat-resistant glass, but there is a mark indicating 300 ml in the middle, so it can be used as a guide for how much hot water is contained.



As its name suggests, the biggest feature of 'teapot clear without lid' is that it has no lid. The external spout made of PCT resin has fine holes that can function as a filter and rub tea leaves.



The silicone rubber packing has a shape like this.



Insert it in the groove of the spout as follows……



Used by attaching to the main body.



◆ I actually tried using it
If you look at the following movie, you can see that you are actually brewing tea with 'lidless teapot clear' in one shot.

When you brew tea with HARIO's ``lidless teapot clear'', it looks like this-YouTube


Add lukewarm water to a teacup and let it cool to about 60 degrees.



Next, put 3 to 4 grams of tea leaves per person in the 'lidless teapot clear'...



Pour in the hot water of the drink.



After adding the spout, wait until the tea is served.



When the tea is served, pour it little by little into the teacup so that the strength is even.



Since the filter of the 'lidless teapot clear' can firmly catch tea leaves, it is possible to brew up to the last drop, which is said to have the strongest umami of tea.



The tea brewed in the 'lidless teapot clear' actually looks like this. There is a little tea leaf fragment at the bottom, but at this level it is a level that I do not mind at all.



Tea is usually brewed in a teapot, but if you brew it in a teapot with a strainer, the tea leaves may not open completely or may not be completely filled with hot water, depending on the amount of tea leaves and hot water.



On that point, there is ample space for teapots. In addition, the main body of the teapot clear without lid is made of heat-resistant glass, so you can check the strength of tea and the degree of opening of tea leaves.



You can also brew herbal tea with rose petals and enjoy the way the petals open.



In addition, the teapot must be brewed with both hands while holding the lid, but with 'lidless teapot clear' the lid does not come off even if tilted, so you can brew it easily with one hand. It's just a small difference, but it's great for those who have the habit of brewing tea often.



One of the points of the 'lidless teapot clear' is that it is easy to clean up after drinking tea.



When you play the following movie, you can see how the tea leaves attached to the filter can be removed by exposing it to water for a few seconds.

HARIO's ``lidless teapot clear'' is easy to wash-YouTube


When using a tea strainer, it is difficult to get tea leaves...



The 'lidless teapot clear' is simply by pouring water on the spout filter...



The tea leaves are gone. After that, simply remove the packing and wash to complete cleaning.



Even men can put their hands in the body, so women can easily wash with a sponge.



◆Summary
HARIO's 'lidless teapot clear' has not only a lid but also a filter and a spout, so the tea leaves are brewed from the tea leaves without using a strainer that is hard to wash because it sticks. It is a teapot that allows you to enjoy tea. Since the main body is made of heat-resistant glass, it has a wide range of uses from hot to ice, and you can see the tea inside, so you do not have to worry about it being too thin or too strong.

In particular, I felt that the fact that the number of parts was three and easy to clean up was a nice point for people who often brew tea.



'Lidless teapot clear' can be purchased from HARIO's

official website , and the price is 2200 yen including tax for the 450 ml capacity type and 2750 yen for the 700 ml capacity type including tax.

Teapot clear without lid (FNC-45-T)-heat-resistant glass HARIO
https://www.hario.com/seihin/productdetail.php?product=FNC-45-T



Teapot clear without lid (FNC-70-T)-heat resistant glass HARIO

https://www.hario.com/seihin/productdetail.php?product=FNC-70-T



Also, it is handled by Amazon.co.jp, and the price at the time of article creation was 2041 yen including tax for the 450 ml capacity type and 2500 yen including tax for the 700 ml capacity type.

Amazon.co.jp: HARIO (Hario) Teapot clear without lid 450ml FNC-45-T Practical capacity: 450ml: Home & Kitchen



Amazon.co.jp: HARIO (Hario) Teapot Clear without Cover 700ml FNC-70-T: Home & Kitchen



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