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Tea Infuser Bottle For Loose Tea - Best Travel Mug Teapot, Tea Tumbler Tea Cup with Loose Leaf Tea Infuser, Stainless Steel Strainer, Glass Infused Water Bottle, Tea Infusers by SilverOnyx - 14oz by SilverOnyx

  • ✔️ HOT or COLD: Use portable tea infuser to make hot or iced tea,...
  • ✔️ BPA FREE: Made with food-grade stainless steel, lead-free glass,...
  • ✔️ CLEANS EASY: Top and bottom lids twist off to make prep and...


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The SilverOnyx Portable Glass Tea Infuser is a stylish and modern infuser that offers many uses from steeping loose leaf tea to smoothies. This bottle has a removable infuser for either tea or fruit, and it's double-walled design keeps your drink hot on your way to work. Using special borosilicate glass, you can be sure that this bottle is safe for both hot or cold liquids and will not impart any unwanted flavor into your drink, such as with stainless steel travel mugs.

Height: 9.65" (245 mm)
Width/Diameter: 2.83" (72 mm)
Volume: 14 oz (414 mL)
Net. Weight: 1 lb (492 g)

Lid: Food Grade Stainless Steel w/ Rubber Waterproof Seal
Bottle: Insulated Double-Wall Borosilicate Glass
Filter: Food Grade Stainless Steel
Base: Food Grade Stainless Steel w/ Rubber Waterproof Seal and Rubber Non-Slip Pad

1 - Remove base and filter from infuser.
2 - Place your favorite loose leaf tea (or fruit) in the filter.
3 - Snap filter back into bottle (once it snaps into place it will be secure).
4 - Poor water into bottle over contents in filter (for hot tea, use near-boiling water).
5 - Replace base and let the beverage steep/infuse.¹
6 - To remove the tea/fruit, turn bottle over, remove base and remove filter by pulling on attached handle - then discard contents² and replace base.

¹You can leave the contents in the filter as long as you wish, however over-steeping tea leaves may lead to tea that is bitter and astringent.
²Loose leaf teas may be used multiple times before loosing their flavor, however it is not recommended to use after 8 hours.

Glass Teapot with Tea Infuser. Stove top safe. EcoFriendly. Removable Stainless Steel Strainer. 28 ounces Stove Safe Tea Kettle by Prolific TeaCup

  • ► FREE 1 YEAR WARRANTY - You're Guaranteed To Love Your Glass Tea...
  • ► NO STALE WATER GOES TO WASTE : Our Glass Tea Kettle Makes 2-3...
  • ► DURABLE: Light Weight Yet Durable Glass Teapot Built To Last,...


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Tea Lovers Deserve The Best

Tea lovers deserve a glass tea kettle organic in nature and contemporary in design. Eco-friendly, free from plastic, metal and all those toxic chemicals. Durable and that is able to resist hot and cold temperatures with no sweat
Prolific Glass teapot tea for two is amazingly designed to save water and energy while brewing your favorite blend faster and more decadent than before. It's perfect for brewing loose leaf tea, flowering tea and bagged tea. It makes 2-3 large mugs. Perfect tea for one, two or even three.
Its fine stainless-steel easy to remove infuser is large enough and deep enough to allow your tea leafs to swim, dance and expand, which is necessary to make good tasting tea. Perfect size holes filter all the small leaf particles away from your favorite cup of tea.
Its anti-drip design keeps your counter clean and your cup full. It's hand-blown and hand inspected for looks, size and quality.
Perfectly safe to use in stove tops and microwaves. Simply, pour some water into your Prolific glass teapot, place it on your stove and wait for it to boils. NOTE: works best in electric stovetop, however, if used in gas stove, be careful when touching the handle, even heat resistant glass might get hot when exposed to an open flame especially in high temp or when positioned right above the heating element.

Package Contents:

-28 oz Teapot
-Glass Lid
-Stainlees Steel Infuser
-Intruction Manual

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Primula Double Wall Classic Tea Press 8 Cup Chrome - 2 quart Teapot - Glass

Primula's Double Wall Glass Tea Press is the best in brewing steaming hot loose tea. Classically designed, this tea press is made of a double wall of durable borosilicate glass which retains heat and freshness longer. Primula's Double Wall Glass Tea Press is exceptional at delivering 8 cups of hot fresh brewed tea. This Double Wall Chrome Tea Press is the standard that others are judged by. Primula's tea press has a heat-resistant knob and plunger that securely fits atop the chrome lid. The handle is heat-resistant, large and transparent; completing the aesthetically pleasing classic appearance. The carefully designed fitted lid and angled spout allows for clean, even pours. Each Primula tea press has an advanced stainless steel filter plunger that provides you with superior brewing capabilities regarding tea strength. This includes a filter spiral plate, a fine stainless-steel mesh filter with cross plate, and easy to use instructions. All the parts are designed to make sure your tea leaves are kept in the beaker and out of your cup. It's so easy to use that even a beginner can make 8 perfect cups of hot loose tea right out of the box! Dishwasher safe and easy to clean.


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Adagio - IngenuiTEA Ingenious Teapot - 16 oz. (450 ml) Adagio IngenuiTEA Teapot is the most convenient teapot you will find anywhere - they guarantee it. When tea is ready, simply place it atop your cup. This will cause a valve at the bottom to release: crystal-clear tea flows down, while the mesh filter retains all the leaves with one of the best infusers on the market. Super easy to clean and dishwasher safe. You will wonder how you got along without one. 16oz. Made in Taiwan with Tritan, a plastic specially-formulated to be safe in hot-temperature applications and is 100% BPA-free. This teapot's ingenious design makes brewing gourmet teas as simple as using a bag. And its clear walls provide visual confirmation of the vast difference in quality between gourmet and ordinary teas. Made of food-grade plastic. Holds 16 generous ounces for brewing a perfect pitcher of iced tea - or hot tea, if desired. close video Goal: Perfect Cup No matter how expensive the tea you buy, if you brew it wrong, it's awful. This is a lesson many beginners learn the hard way. Many people who claim they don't like the taste were actually repelled by an incorrectly brewed cup of tea. This can create a terrible misconception that can last a lifetime. and can also be easily avoided with better brewing techniques. Many restaurants, cafes and households that serve tea try to cut corners by simply throwing all teas into the same temperature water and serving visitors without any direction. This makes about as much sense as opening a premium wine bar and serving white wines at room temperature, or opening a prime steakhouse and serving all steaks well done. Steeping good tea does not take a PhD, but it is also not as simple as chucking it into boiling water and letting it stew. There are easy ways, however, to steep the perfect cup. The trick to steeping tea correctly comes in five parts: water, weight, temperature, time and equipment.


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