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We set out with a goal to make an innovation in tea brewing and the patented Bodum tea press system was born. Brewing loose-leaf tea or tea bags has never been easier or cleaner. The Bodum Shin Cha Small Tea Press serves 2 or 3 people and is made from durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass. Designed after the traditional teapot shape, the Shin Cha tea press combines timeless lines with modern functionality. To brew, simply set the durable stainless steel filter into the pot. Fill the strainer with the appropriate amount of your favorite loose-leaf tea. Pour hot water over the leaves, filling the pot, then set the plunger/lid in place in the up position. Allow the tea to brew to your liking and then press down on the plunger. The press compresses the tea leaves below the infusion holes in the strainer; completely stopping the brewing process. The Shin Cha puts an end to bitter, over brewed tea. Once you press, you can rest assured that your first cup and your third cup will taste exactly the same. There's no need to remove the filter and there's no mess. What you have left is the true unforgettable and delicious taste of your preferred tea. Some teas can even be brewed a second or third time, making the Shin Cha tea press the perfect choice. Just stir up the tea leaves and fill the pot back up with hot water, repeating the process. It is a clean and easy way to enjoy loose-leaf tea whether it is black, green, white, blooming or herbal tea. No Bodum teapot design recalls the simplicity of the traditional British teapot as does the Shin Cha. The handcrafted spout and Borosilicate glass sphere give it a classic look - uniting beauty and function
A lovely way to brew tea to your exact preference, the Bodum Shin Cha tea press combines elegant shaping with crafty functionality. The spherical glass pot features a stainless-steel plunge infuser inside and a stainless-steel lid. Fill the infuser with loose leaf or tea bags, add hot water, wait the desired amount of steeping time, then plunge. The plunger pushes the tea below the infuser holes, so brewing stops on a dime and tea does not oversteep to the point of bitterness. To clean up, the unit goes safely in the dishwasher. With its glass spout, body, and handle, the Shin Cha showcases tea colors beautifully but does require somewhat careful handling. For total break-resistance, check out Bodum's Assam tea presses in cast iron. --Emily Bedard
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This tea pot is very attractive and the size if very good. one major problem is that the air vent hole in the top of the plunger is too small, so that when you insert the plunger... Read morePublished 17 days ago by DR
I've been using this press for a few months now and there are things I love about this tea press, and things I don't love so much. It's a bit of a mixed bag. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dylan Fischer
I like the tea press a lot as my husband and I really tea drinkers however it is too expensive.Published 2 months ago by Mir
I get a few extra steeps with this infuser. That plunger feature used to block the water from the leaves works great.
Feels very well made.
So far, so good. The handle is reasonably ergonomic and seems sturdy. I do agree with some users that the glass seems pretty thin in some places, especially the spout, so I'm going... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenny Kim
Before I bought this, I had been using my Bodum French press to make tea, as I hated the over-steeping and cleanup from my Brown Betty. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DLR