If you’re looking to improve the taste of your tea, you might be interested in a unique Japanese teapot launched this month via Kickstarter called SUIGETSU. The teapot, made from Kawara clay tiles, is designed to enhance the taste of your tea and act on your five senses: taste, sight, hearing, smell and touch. Early sponsor contributions are now available for an innovation project from around £158 to £117 (depending on current exchange rates).
Clay teapot made of Kawara tiles
“Did you know that the taste of tea varies greatly depending on the material of the teapot? Compared with glass teapots, clay teapots adsorb catechin and caffeine, which are the source of bitterness in tea, more effectively, and give the tea a milder taste. When used with alcoholic beverages, it absorbs various interfering flavors to bring out the taste of sake. By continuing to develop this effect, we were able to push bitterness absorption to the limit in order to retain as much umami and sweetness as possible.”
If SUIGETSU’s crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required target and production goes smoothly, worldwide shipping is expected to take place sometime in January 2023. To learn more about the SUIGETSU Japanese teapot project, watch the promotional video below.
“Both green tea and kawara (Japanese roof tiles) have been important cultural objects in Japan since ancient times, but in recent years they have both fallen into disrepair due to the emergence of new alternatives. We hope that this special teapot, newly created from the fusion of these two cultures, will pave a new path for their future and give everyone something new to look forward to in everyday life. The reason we chose the Kawara tile material as the material for the Suigetsu kettle is because in the case of the Kawara tile material, the material itself is impregnated with carbon to achieve unique functions.”
“The specialty of this tile is its silver color, given by the outer layer of carbon. Based on the thesis（※）confirming that activated carbon absorbs caffeine and catechin to a large extent, we thought of using a carbon-rich material such as Kawara bar material to obtain an effect similar to activated carbon. “
For a complete list of all available promises, additional targets, additional media and specifications for the Japanese teapot, visit the official SUIGETSU Crowdfunding Campaign page by following the link below.
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