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Samashi Water Cooler 16568

Score: 5.00 (votes: 2)
Reviews: 2
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This Tokoname water cooler, made from brown clay, the tea ware will come in very handy when making either matcha, sencha, or really any type of green tea. Since most green teas needs to be brewed at lower temperatures, use this item to cool your just boiled water to exactly where you need it to be. This water cooler has a very beautiful pattern on the bottom.

Holds 12 ounces/320ml.

  • $22.50 USD
Qté:  
en stock
    
    • Poids
      217 g
    • Réf.
      16568
  • Material
    Ceramic
  • Clay Color
    Brown
  • Locality/Style
    Tokoname-yaki
  • Glazed
    No
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  • Sean Hardcastle
    mai 28, 2015, 05:41
    This is an absolute must for anyone wanting to make Japanese tea, and as I have come to expect from O-Cha, in the short  time that I have been customer, it is of a very high standard, very well made and pleasing to look at.
  • Satu Metsola
    avril 25, 2015, 04:49
    I wasn't sure I needed a water cooler until I got this. Now I know I have needed this for quite sometime. I use this every time I am going to drink matcha.

Product questions

  • Michael Robart
    juil. 31, 2019, 05:07

    Greetings, I apologize if this question has been asked to you previously, but If you wouldn’t mind answering. Regarding your clay tea pots and water cooler, have they been crafted in your region using Fukushima native Clay? If so, is there still residual radiation from the nuclear incident that happened years ago? I know that Clay is great at absorbing radiation. I worry that this could taint the tea if product is used. Thank you

    Ima Test
    juil. 31, 2019, 11:19

    First, there's not residual radiation where we are located in Southern Fukushima, otherwise we wouldn't be here.

    Regarding this item and all other products we sell, they are not grown or produced in Fukushima but in Southern Japan. They don't use lead, and they are not radioactive.

  • Ivo Zubović
    mars 12, 2017, 06:17

    How do you clean this water cooler from scale since it isn't glazed?

    Ima Test
    mars 12, 2017, 10:40

    I've never seen one of these accumulate scale but if that were to occur, you could most likely soak it in warm water with either vinegar or citric acid for a number of hours and it should clear that up.

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