Moroccan teapot of engraved alpaca. Available in 3 sizes:
Small (individual) - 250 ml:
Capacity: 1-2 glasses
Sizes: 14 cm high x 15 cm
Medium - 300 ml:
Capacity: 2-3 glasses
Sizes: 17 17 cm x cm
Large - 750 ml:
Capacity: 5-6 glasses
Sizes: 22 20 cm x cm
Most people think that the tea tradition in Morocco has always existed. In fact, tea is a popular drink and is drunk several times a day.
However, history tells us otherwise with respect to its origin.
Tea appeared in China 5.000 years ago. Then it was a drink reserved for the king and his court. Several centuries later, an Arab trader talks about tea for the first time and described it as "an herb that has more leaves than clover and more flavor"
Then, during the reign of Sultan Mulay Ismail, tea enters Morocco, but it is still a drink reserved for the court.
It will take a few years for it to become a popular drink and an essential element in the Maghreb culture.
Morocco has always produced one of the best artisan teapots in the world. And since all these years, their artisans have worked silver, gold, alpaca, wood and others ... Developing increasingly original sculptures and drawings.
This Moroccan carved alpaca teapot will be the central element of your Arab tea set. Nice and original, leave the tea hot and tasty.