Fujian Glass Teapot

Brewing Instructions

We love the stylish Fujian glass teapot.

It's a great size to enjoy a couple of great cups of your favourite Shibui tea.

The spout has contains a removable coil which acts as a filter to trap loose tea.  Note that small leaves will still go through this filter such as rooibos or fine broken tea.

Made of strong borosilicate glass.

Holds approx. 350ml.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Beautiful teapot

Loved the look of this teapot and found it was the perfect size. Unfortunately after one use I found a large crack in it. I have no recollection of it getting knocked so I don’t know how it happened. Gutted when I tried to order a replacement to find they had sold out!

Small but perfectly formed

An elegantly shaped teapot perfect for one which pours without drips.

Straining coil difficult

It may be my clumsiness but I find the straining coil impossible to fit


Smaĺler than expected but holds more than I thought it would. Natty wee pot perfect for leisurely Sundays or making a cup (not mug) with a friend.I like it, it's minimalist and I'm not, lovely in its simplicity.

Fujian Glass teapot

This is a sweet little teapot. At first it concerned me that it looked ‘too delicate’ but it does the job efficiaently. Makes a decent size cup and I like seeing the tea leaves. Always excellent service from the company.

Brewing Instructions

The table below shows the approximate brewing/infusing times for the different tea types.

It assumes around a 2.5 to 3g serving but it is not an exact science so experiment to find the perfect brew time to suit you.

It is best to use freshly boiled water - so if you've got some water left in your kettle from before - pour it out and start again!

Tea Type Approx Brewing Time (mins) Water Temperature
Black 3-4 minutes 100°C
Green 3-4 minutes 80°C
Oolong 3-4 minutes 100°C
Pu-erh 3-4 minutes 100°C
White 2-3 minutes 70-80°C
Herbal 5+ minutes 100°C
Rooibos 5+ minutes 100°C
Fruit 5+ minutes 100°C
Flowering 3-4 minutes 80°C