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FORLIFE Mist Iced Tea Jug with Basket Infuser, 68-Ounce, Lime
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- Lead free glass iced tea jug featuring stainless steel strainer and unique detachable Push-On-Lid
- Jug: Lead free borosilicate glass; Push-On-Lid: Stainless Steel/Silicone; Basket Infuser: Stainless steel/Polypropylene
- Heat resistant up to 120°C/240°F; Condensed extra-fine holes to circulate the tea efficiently
- Dishwasher safe, but hand wash recommended for glass jug
- Product must NOT be placed on direct flame or heating element
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Make thirst quenching iced tea in minutes with the Mist Ice Tea Jug with the Basket Infuser. Simply add hot water in the infuser filled with loose tea. After adding cold water, remove the infuser by the handle. Serve over ice and enjoy. Ideal for tea bags too. Detachable PUSH-ON-LID for easy cleaning. BPA and lead free.
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The pitcher itself is lovely and I've used it with no breaking issues. The glass is a thinner lab-type glass which generally is pretty sturdy.
My issue is that the pitcher isn't very good for storing the iced tea in the fridge once it is made. The pouring spout remains open when the lid is on which allows off tastes to get into the tea. I've covered the jug with plastic wrap and then replaced the lid, but that is inconvenient as I have to take the lid back off and remove the plastic to pour from the pitcher.
If this had a hinged lid so that the pouring spout could be sealed, I would give it five stars with no hesitation.
After a month of use I was surprised when I came to pour out tea and I saw the fine cracks. Equally surprised when I went to pour out the tea later and the cracks had disappeared. The attached pitcher is after brewing a second pot and seeing the lines appear in the same pattern as before. The cracks were only visible with hot tea and steam on the glass. I"m just glad I saw when I did so that a later stress and explosive glass break was avoided. If only the pitcher was made of thicker glass, I think it would be perfect, but sadly I'm going back to brewing tea in my old Pyrex measuring cup for now.
I understand the disappointment other reviewers must have felt when their rather pricy teapot cracked or broke. Perhaps the glass is really best just for brewing tea...rather than for iced tea? Dropping ice cubes into a glass pot of hot or even warm water could be a problem? Just a thought.
For brewing green tea, though, this is simply the best teapot I've ever used.
Otherwise, my husband and I had commented often on how much we liked the pot. Would have been a good purchase if the pot was designed to be more durable.
But, being a clumsy oaf of a man, I would prefer it if the glass was just a tad thicker. I have a feeling I'll knock it on something and it will shatter. It feels a bit thin to me.
Another problem, you can't really easily poor ice into your glass if the rubber lid is on. There's a nice hinged stainless lid on top, with a thumb lever to open it, but it is pointless. The spout is under the lid opening and you don't have to open the lid to poor. But you won't get ice that way. Opening the lid with your thumb means you have to poor off the side to get ice out. That's not really going to work with that rubber assembly there. Ice will get caught on the side and not smoothly poor into a glass.
For these two reasons I give this a 3 out of 5. It's still a nice unit if you don't want ice in your iced tea, or you want to add the ice from another source (not this).