Bodum Chambord Copper Classic Teapot, 44 ounce

September 18, 2019 - Comment

The Chambord Classic Teapot is a loose-leaf tea lover’s favourite brewing method – and the copper finish on the stainless steel frame looks beautiful from kitchen to tabletop. Quick and easy to use: add loose-leaf tea into filter, add hot water and stir, steep tea, remove infuser when desired strength is reached, serve and enjoy.

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The Chambord Classic Teapot is a loose-leaf tea lover’s favourite brewing method – and the copper finish on the stainless steel frame looks beautiful from kitchen to tabletop. Quick and easy to use: add loose-leaf tea into filter, add hot water and stir, steep tea, remove infuser when desired strength is reached, serve and enjoy. Copper finish looks beautiful from kitchen to tabletop – perfect for holiday entertaining. Heat-resistant polypropylene handle provides a cool, comfortable grip. Use your favourite black, green, white or herbal tea. Removable infuser stops the brewing process. Handwash only. Stainless steel frame and lid feature a durable, polished surface. Borosilicate glass, polypropylene and stainless steel construction. 44 ounce capacity. 8 inches long, 5 3/4 inches wide, 6 1/4 inches high. Made in Portugal.

Product Features

  • Quick and easy to use: add loose-leaf tea into filter, add hot water and stir, steep tea, remove infuser when desired strength is reached, serve and enjoy
  • Copper finish looks beautiful from kitchen to tabletop, perfect for holiday entertaining
  • Heat-resistant polypropylene handle provides a cool, comfortable grip
  • Use your favourite black, green, white or herbal tea
  • Removable infuser stops the brewing process

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not so “classic” Chambord Copper Classic Teapot “The details are not the details. They make the design.” One of my favorite quotes from Charles Eames. With this thought in mind, I review the Chambord Copper Classic Teapot, 44 oz. I have an older version of this teapot in stainless steel from 2003. I broke the glass bowl about 2 years ago and discovered Bodum does not sell replacement parts for this teapot. On their website, I was reluctant to spend $50+shipping for a new one, just to get the glass part. The designer in me eventually caved in…

Anonymous says:

Very stylish and does it’s job Very thin glass – not a bad thing, just caught me by surprise. The lid gives this a very stylish appearance, and from what I’ve seen with two batches of beans it preserves the coffee beans or grounds quite well. The only thing I take issue with is that the lid can come off a bit too easily, so make sure you press down and turn to ensure the canister is sealed shut.

Anonymous says:

Gorgeous! I have this entire set, from the creamer and sugar holder to the French press to the tea pot. I love them. They are absolutely gorgeous and I keep them in my counter to show them off. My entire kitchen is copper, glass, and wood themed and I love the Bodum products because of this. I love pretty but rustic items. These fit the bill and are super functional. The top also has a really great seal, so I don’t worry about it coming off. My only issue is that the glass can be slippery and when taking…

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