We are now stocking Kinto Japanese teawares

by Chris Parker-Loftus June 09, 2017

We are now stocking Kinto Japanese teawares

We are delighted to announce that we are now stocking Kinto Teawares (and the odd Kinto slow style coffee pour over brewer, because the volcanic ash glaze is such a delight on the eye that we couldn't resist). The Kinto range is designed and developed in Japan.  Each product has simple elegant and functional design. We love them, and given the way they they are flying out the door so do our customers

We are just starting to add the products to our site (you can view the Kinto range here, and have started with the Unitea one touch teapots.  We will be adding more products over the coming days, including the cast tea glasses and iced tea glasses, as well as the colourful Kinto Unimug (think of a teapot in a mug with wow factor)

If you would like to see these lovely Kinto teapots in action our customers The Banyan Tree in Castlefield Manchester, and the Arora International Hotel on Princess Street, in Manchester city centre have both taken delivery this week (and you can also get to try our loose leaf teas).  Alternatively you can always arrange a private tea tasting session with us if you are in the Manchester area.

We love to take our customers through tea flights, and showing people how to make gong fu cha (literally 'tea with great skill'), especially with our fantastic range of oolong teas ( I believe we have the widest and best range of oolong tea in Manchester and the North West)




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