The use of cast iron teapots dates back to the 17th century. It was first adopted in Japan and China when the first teapot was invented. However, its popularity went down during the 19th century when other types of teapots were invented. Amazingly, the use of the traditional cast iron teapots has revamped once again. Several reasons ascertain why this cookware cannot be outdated whatsoever.
These pots are made of natural iron, and hence they give water boiled in them a unique taste. With the same principle, tea brewed in these pots possess a unique taste. Also, natural iron is completely safe for your body. Unlike other metals, iron is quickly absorbed in the body and used many ways. People have become aware of the numerous health hazards associated with certain metals. With their efficient heat absorption, they allow nutrients to be extracted. Apart from being chemical free teapots, they have impressive durability. Moreover, they are a sign of prestige.