Brewing the Perfect Persian Tea in the Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot

Tea is one of the most preferred choice of hot beverages around the world. It originated in China as a medicinal drink but is now enjoyed across the globe being served at breakfast, lunch, dinner and anytime in between. From the Masala chai of India to the distinctive Earl Grey which is enjoyed in UK, there are some key points to get that perfect cuppa. For the perfect cup of tea you need to take care of : the quality of tea used, the temperature, the steeping time and the teaware.

Today's post, as you can see, features a stunning piece of teaware from Judge - the new crystal clear hob top glass teapot. Made with cloud-resistant glass, this stylish teapot comes with a removable stainless steel infuser. The teapot can be used both to boil water and to keep tea warm. I have been using this teapot for a while now and thought I would share my views on the same.

Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot

Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot


The first thing to catch my attention, apart from its elegant looks, was the weight of the teapot. It is surprisingly very light weight. Even when I filled it up to the max level, it was easy to hold and work with. The teapot has a capacity of 500ml-900ml that is between two and five tea cups which makes it perfect for entertaining as well. The teapot can be used on all kinds of hob types including induction.

Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot


I love the clear glass body as it allows me to see the brewing process and also helps decide on the steeping time based on the colour of the tea. This means I get 'the perfect brew' each time I use the Judge teapot. The glass handle of the teapot doesn't get hot, so it is easy to pick up the teapot even when it is hot. Coming to the cleaning aspect - I have hand washed the teapot always and it is not difficult to clean it. Hard water may cause scaling on the steel base of the teapot over time. But this can be taken care of with a descaler. Overall, I have been enjoying using the hob top glass teapot from Judge as it is a combination of elegance, functionality and convenience.

Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot

Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot

Judge Hob Top Glass Teapot


The typical in-store price of the teapot is £40 and you check out the entire range on http://www.judgecookware.co.uk/

And before I end the post, here is how I brew the perfect cup of Persian tea in the Judge glass teapot.
1. Place 2 tsps. of loose tea, 1 tsp. of rose petals in the tea pot. I normally use the Taylors of Harrogate Rose petal leaf tea which is a black leaf tea layered with rose petals.
2. For flavour also add: a small stick of Cinnamon, 2-3 Cardamom pods and 1 clove.
3. Add water. Bring to boil.
4. Let it steep for 3-5 minutes depending on the depth of flavour you require.

I prefer not to add sugar to this tea. However you may add sugar cubes or honey. Enjoy!


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Note: Post contains PR sample. Views expressed are my own.

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