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Bodum Assam Tea Press with Stainless Steel Filter, 17-Ounce
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- Brews tea at preferred strength without a need to remove the infuser
- Heat resistant borosilicate glass, stainless steel lid, strainer and plunger
- Patented system stops brewing when tea is plunged so tea is not bitter
- 17 oz. capacity
- All parts dishwasher safe
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This is part of my diet plan, to drink more tea and eat less food. It was recommended by Matt Might's blog at http://matt.might.net/articles/least-resistance-weight-loss/. He is a computer science professor at Utah, but also has a few non-nonsense tips on life. I have lost quite a bit of weight in the past month of following his advice. ;-P
I also bought from Amazon, Heavenly Tea Leaves - 4 best selling cans and Eatsmart Precision Scale (0.2 lb accuracy). These are both part of my diet plan.
Note also that the tea is in contact with only stainless steel or glass when brewing - that was a factor in choosing this pot the first time.
The glass is another point of discussion. I've had a couple other brands, and their glass has that rough feel to it near where the handle is attached, which I assume must be due to the way they are attaching the handle. Every Bodum I have had, has had smooth glass all over, which is nice, especially on the handle.
Yes, the press is made of plastic, honestly, I don't know how this could be done differently, perhaps the hard part of the press could be made out of metal, but a seal of some sort is needed in order to seal off the tea, which is the whole purpose of the press (if you are concerned with plastic, then I'd look for a regular tea pot, and just remove the strainer when your tea is finished brewing). I feel like the fit and finish of the press is outstanding. With the strainer being so tight, it is interesting that once you have past all the holes in the strainer with the plunger, the plunger becomes almost impossible to push any further.Read more ›
must have in my home and great gifts for others. i prefer this version of stainless steel lid as it is more durable.
i find the 34oz size much better than this 17 oz as this size is only good for about 1.5 cups and you might as well use the tea bags for it instead of brewing in the pod.
for tea stains, just scrub it with some baking soda and dish soap, it would be as good as new!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this twice a day for my loose tea- once to wake up and once to go to sleep. I bought a tea warmer to help brew it and keeps the second cup warm. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Debi W.
pretty good but i think the design could be better. i don't think the plunger really adds anything. the silver lid comes off when you pour; it's not a big deal but just poor... Read morePublished 2 months ago by G. Biddick
This was bought as a gift. The person who received it seems to use it daily. Could be a bit bigger but it serves its purpose wellPublished 3 months ago by Daniel Kapla
Bodum is the first product that I used to make coffee, so when I tried to look for other products they had, this one quickly grabbed my attention. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Todd P
The 500ml is just the right size for tea drinking in the office. Bigger the tea will get cold before I finish one pot, smaller I will have to reload too often. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alex