The New Sorapot by Joey Roth

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The New Sorapot by Joey Roth brings architectural aesthetics and innovation to kitchenware. An exemplar of modern, simple design, it is made from stainless steel and houses a transparent Pyrex tube. The Sorapot is intended to brew loose-leaf teas, allowing the user a unique experience – to watch the leaves unfurl as the tea steeps. An updated version of the Sorapot is available after four years of planning. While it retains the function and form of the original model, the refreshed Sorapot features sleek details, including a hand-finished handle and reconfigured spout, for a truly luxurious experience.

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