A type of traditional Japanese teapot that is made from a specific type of clay known as Oribe clay. This teapot is handcrafted by skilled artisans in Japan and is known for its unique shape, intricate designs, and excellent heat retention properties. Oribe clay is a high-quality clay that is found in the Mino region of Japan and is known for its strength and ability to retain heat.
The Mamban Oribe clay teapot has a unique design that is inspired by nature and features a vibrant green glaze that is reminiscent of the forest. The teapot is typically small in size and has a lid and a spout that are carefully crafted to ensure a smooth and even pour. The interior of the teapot is unglazed, which helps to enhance the flavour of the tea.
Commonly used for brewing high-quality green teas such as Gyokuro and Sencha.