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Brewing up your favorite tea just got a whole lot easier with this microwavable glass teapot. Now there's no need to boil your water separately before putting it into your tea brewer. Simply remove the stainless steel infuser and lid, fill the pot and mic
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Made of borosilicate glass materal, heat resistance, transparent glass, Large enough for brewing 4-5 cups of tea it's the perfect kitchen accessory for hosting guests or brewing up custom cups.
A removable high-grade 304 stainless steel mesh infuser is rust-free and allows you to steep any type of loose tea leaves and brew your tea to any desired strength by lifting on the small handle. Lid can be used without infuser
Spout is designed for effortless pouring and precise control, so you can get every last drop into your mug without dripping
The teapot is widely used in the hotel, teahouse, restaurant and other places, an essential goods in your life, it is a perfect companion in the morning, afternoon and in the evening
A transparent glass teapot to show off the beautiful color of your tea, you can see the boiling tea directly, also an excellent vessel to display the blossoming of art tea when the infuser is removed, very interesting
Dishwasher Safe and Stovetop Safe
Capacity: 1400 ml
Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 5.3 x 3.1 Inches, Diameter: 5.3 Inches
Infuser Dimensions: 2.5 x 2 x 3.5 Inches, Diameter: 2 Inches
1 x Clear Glass Teapot with Removable Infuser and Lid
A quick video to show the GROSCHE Merlin glass teapot with infuser making loose leaf tea Visit http://www. ca for more new tea and coffee products.
Color: French Lavender BonJour ProsperityTeapot Brewing tea leaves for delicious steeped beverages is easy with the stylish and sturdy BonJour Teapots Prosperity 42-Ounce Glass Teapot. This 42-ounce glass teapot from BonJour features a patented, BPA-free shut-off infuser to allow control over flavor. Whether the tea preference is aai blueberry white, English breakfast or chai rooibos, simply place your favorite loose leaf tea in the infuser and fill the carafe with hot water. Holes in the infuser basket allow the tea leaves to come into contact with the heated water. And after steeping the tea to the desired strength, the filter can be plunged to seal the leaves inside a solid chamber, stopping the brewing process. The teapot is constructed with a carafe crafted from borosilicate shatter-resistant glass encased by a sturdy, colorful plastic frame. Featuring a stay-cool handle and built-in coaster, this convenient glass teapot creates five full cups of flavorful tea to share with family over breakfast, or with afternoon or after dinner guests. And the teapot is dishwasher safe for convenience. An i
Prosperity Teapot with Shut-Off Infuser Built in coaster and comfortable handle 5-cup capacity Patented shut-off infuser seals the hydrated tea leaves in a solid chamber, stopping the brewing process and givingyou more control over flavor and freshness Comfortable stay-cool handle and built in coaster Borosilicate glass for superior heat retention and clarity
MIU COLOR glass water bottle with tea infuser. Tea infuser. The 18 ounce bottle is made of high borosilicate glass which is lead free, has high heat resistant, high strength and is crystal clear. The bottle has screw on caps on both ends. These caps have an attractive satin finished stainless steel exterior with a plastic liner. From what I can tell, the plastic can not come into contact with the beverage in the bottle. The top cap and the tea infuser both have a silicon gasket that allows a tight drip free seal. One weird thing I noticed when I removed the top cap the first time is that the silicon gasket was stuck to the glass lip. I have no idea why this was the case because having the gasket affixed to the area where you drink would not only be awkward, but would be very hard to clean. Removing it from the lip and putting it in the top cap where it really belongs wasn’t hard to do. To use the bottle to make tea, you just remove the cap and infuser from the bottom of the bottle. Then add loose tea leaves to the infuser basket. I filled the basket about two heaping teaspoons of loose tea leaves so there would be room for them to expand and steep. Turn the bottle upside down, drop the basket in the opening, screw on the bottom cap and then turn the bottle back over to the upright position. For obvious reasons, I advise you to add the zippered nylon sleeve before you fill the bottle with hot water. Otherwise you may burn your hand from handling the bare bottle. A few minutes later your tea is ready to drink. The nylon sleeve helps keep the tea warm for longer than an open mug of tea which is a nice bonus. Drinking from the bottle is very comfortable due to the smooth rolled edge. It’s also good to know that the bottle is narrow enough to fit in most vehicle cup holders. There is one gotcha with the MIU COLOR and that’s the fact that it takes two hands to remove the top cap so you can take a sip. That means you’ll have problems drinking from the bottle while driving unless you remove the lid. I am usually able to get two bottles from two teaspoons of loose leaves which ends up being a little more than four cups of tea. The only other thing to keep in mind with this water bottle plus tea infuser is that it takes more effort to clean it than just throwing some teabags in a bottle. There are four separate parts to wash: both caps, the tea infuser basket and the bottle itself. It’s nice that they include a sponge wand for cleaning, but that won’t help much with getting the tea leaves out of the basket. I usually just dump them into the trash can and then wash the remaining leaves down the drain. Once a week I put everything in the dishwasher for a better cleaning. The MIU COLOR glass water bottle with tea infuser is one of the nicest water bottles I’ve used because it’s not to big, not too small, is easy to clean and I can brew tea in it. I think it is a great accessory for tea lovers on the go.
Updates... I use it at my day job and have gotten into a routine of removing the basket at the end of the day and setting it my cabinet along with the bottom cap face up. The next morning the leaves have dried enough that I can just dump them in the trash. I then rinse all the parts with water, add new tea and reassemble. I had been leaving the tea in the bottle and drinking from it, but have since been pouring it into a large mug after it has steeped. This keeps the tea from getting too strong which is one of the comments made below. Yes, over-steeping is a problem that is not dealt with gracefully in these tea infuser. I am a tea meister so I pay attention to this sort of thing. Pretty much any kind of real tea (herbal teas are not technically tea where I came from) requires a specific amount of steeping time, and over or under steeping is as bad as over or under cooked pasta. Typically I steep my tea for 3-5 minutes depending of the kind of tea. For a travel mug, I would use a tea basket that has enough space to allow the tea leaves to expand and float some what freely, then remove the basket and put the lid on. The only tea maker that really do a good job is one made by Breville which. Source: the-gadgeteer.com
For regular green tea leaves, the Japanese often use a kyusu, a one-handled teapot with a built-in strainer. The tea Avoid putting tea in balls or infusers, since they are too small to allow the tea leaves to expand and release their full flavor
When I'm home and at work, I drink from ceramic or glass mugs, neither of which are convenient to use when I need to be mobile like walking to and from meetings, etc. The MIU COLOR glass water bottle with tea infuser is an elegant solution for those
Our local Edmonds tea room, Baicha, serves this beautiful emerald color brew in clear glass pots. On a recent visit I discovered their menu has The dry tea is added to the infuser basket and immersed in the teapot. My server indicated which
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Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Collab: The Group for Modern and Contemporary Design at the Philadelphia Museum ... before 1945 Mold- and free-blown glass Teapot: 4 1/2 x 7 x 11 inches (11.4 x 17.8 x 27.9 cm) Infuser: 3 3/8 x 2 1/4 inches (8.6 x ...
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Product Features Clear glass teapot with removable infuser and lid; 40-ounce capacity
Glass teapot features a patented shut-off infuser in which the filter traps the hydrated leaves below the brewing line of the infuser basket, allowing you to have ...