A ceramic tea maker has been on my to-do list since I was a kid.
I’d never had one until I got my hands on a kit that came with a Ceramic tea kettle.
I had been a bit skeptical, but once I started tinkering with the little gadget, I couldn’t wait to try it.
Since then, I’ve used the tea kettle as my primary kitchenware, and now it’s become one of my daily go-to pots.
The ceramic tea pot has a removable lid that lets you fill it up with hot water.
It also comes with a few other useful features like a built-in fan and an electric switch that lets the pot run off a battery pack.
The pot can hold a whole bunch of hot water and is designed to work with any type of tea, so you don’t have to buy separate pots to mix up your own tea.
If you don tote a ceramic tea mug, you can get a ceramic water kettle from Amazon for around $20.
And, you’ll be able to pour your hot water in the pot from the top without worrying about spilling.
Read more: Best DIY DIY Ceramic Water Kettle Articles I also love the fact that the ceramic tea pots are so simple to assemble, and you can easily put them together with no tools.
You can even pour hot water straight from the kettle, and the tea is ready to drink in less than an hour.
I hope you enjoy the tutorial below, and let me know if you have any questions!