Loose Leaf Tea Infuser (Set of 2) with Tea Scoop and Drip Dray by Apace - Ultra Fine Stainless Steel Strainer & Steeper for a Superior Brewing Experience
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- UNLOCK NEW FLAVORS - THE ONLY TEA STRAINER WITH ADVANCED Ultra-Mesh Technology: We tested endless iterations of micro-hole positioning and basket size before creating the ONLY ultra fine loose leaf teas strainer that UNLOCKS EVERY LAYER of AROMA & FLAVOR - for a strong, flavorful brewing experience every time
- UNRIVALED CRAFTSMANSHIP, UNPARALLELED VALUE: While most tea infuser sets are 304 STAINLESS STEEL ‘coated’, ours is SOLID throughout, so it won’t rust, dent, warp crack, or taint your tea. LARGE CAPACITY - ENOUGH FOR EVERYONE: 2 tea infusers, 2 drip trays and 1 tea scoop allow you to brew tea for you and your beloved, or a houseful of friends.
- DEBRIS FREE TEA – LARGE, MEDIUM & ULTRA FINE LEAVES: Tea ball quickly unlocks the flavors any large, medium and fine tea leaf, even rooibos, without leaching debris into your cup. EASY CLEAN: Simply set the tea infuser on the INCLUDED DRIP TRAYS to cool, then use warm water to RINSE BOTH CLEAN IN SECONDS!
- TOXIN-FREE & GORGEOUS - THE GIFT THAT LASTS AND LASTS: Tests show most cheap tea steeper sets leach chemicals into your tea, resulting in poor taste and potential health damage. Our elegant tea set is crafted from the HIGHEST FOOD GRADE materials, then rigorously tested for purity, performance and safety.
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I really like the way the top screws and locks into place. Makes it VERY easy to load and unload the loose tea leaves. I also really like the nice looking and functional 'saucers' to rest the tea infuser on when you are done brewing your cup of tea. The infuser holds enough for a pot of tea, which is nice; however I use mine just for a cup at a time as my teapot has a nice, built-in strainer.
I got a very helpful email from the seller, Apace Living, giving some very useful tips on using the tea infusers. The most useful they sent was this:
"Try this to eliminate tea debris:
• Fill two cups of boiling water.
• Place your tea infuser into one cup for about 10 seconds.
• Gently stir it around for another 5 seconds.
• Take out the tea infuser.
• Place it in the second cup and let it steep for the normal time.
Now enjoy a perfect cup of tea with minimum or no tea debris! "
Doesn't affect the strength of the cup of tea and really does help to eliminate debris!
For the price, effectiveness and great looks, I'd highly recommend these to any tea drinker!!
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So far I have used two different types of tea in it. The darjeeling was fine, absolutely no mess in the bottom. I have another fruit blend that contains pieces of dragonfruit - the dragonfruit disintegrates when it meets hot water and the seeds escape. There were a few seeds floating around the bottom, even with the small holes in the strainer, but still far, far less than there was previously. I would imagine that for even very fine loose leaf tea there would be little or no floaty bits in the cup, and I appreciate the issue I have with this blend is absolutely no fault with the strainer as it is a bit of a special case.
The only thing I could label as a criticism of the product would be the measuring spoon. Previously I had just been using a regular teaspoon to measure my tea, and the spoon provided here is a lot smaller. I'd say it's probably about half a teaspoon? So if your loose leaf advises you to use one spoonful, I'd use at least two spoonfuls if using the one that comes with the strainers. Admittedly this could also just be down to personal taste, I may well just prefer my tea a little stronger.
Overall a fantastic product, great value for money and would recommend to anyone looking for a tea infuser.
I have a large mug, about 500 ml which I brew my tea in. I have a teapot but not for this type of fine tea.
Using the diffuser I use a half teaspoon kitchen measurer that I just leave in the tea caddy with the loose leaf tea. I put three level measures of tea into the diffuser and fasten the lid on.
A point to note. Whenever I close the lid to the diffuser bottom always make sure that there's a good stiff grip from the clips, there's three in the lid. Listen out for a small click. That tell you it's secure.
If there is not a nice secure grip it's possible that the diffuser will come apart in the cup. Follow this you can't go wrong.
The lid comes with a chain and at the end of it there's a hook. I place this over the side of the cup once I've dropped the diffuser into the mug. Now it's time from boiling water. I use water that just finished boiling boiling. Whilst pouring bubbles come out the diffuser and sometimes the diffuser vtips upside down. No worries.
Once the waters in I unclip the hook from the side of the mug keeping the diffuser in the hot water, I give it 3 or 4 twirls around inside the cup. Then I clip the clip on the side of the mug again and let the diffuser rest in the water.
5-minutes later I take up the clip and give the diffuser 2-3 bounces in the water. Job done you good to go.
I use supermarket bought Yorkshire tea, and Assam tea, it is fine as dust but that's cos it's fine tea designed to brew quickly. The diffuser comes with a little tray thing that is very handy coz it keeps that dust off my counter and easy to tip into the dustbin.
For cleaning I have a soft toothbrush that I use for cleaning the diffuser. I don't like to use soap with my teapots or equally so the diffuser. Simply cool running tap water and let the toothbrush and do the work inside the lid. Give the tea leaves a squeeze into the sink to remove some water left in the diffuser and then tip the used leaves it into the bin. Same thing cleaning the bottom. Then a quick double check that the holes and nice and clear. And set it to drain on the drainer.
Milk two sugars please. And there you have it. One happy camper. Couple of doughnuts please and we're good to go.
I highly recommend these if you like a good strong cup of tea that's not going to cost you an arm and a leg.
Buy only advice is make sure those clips are nicely tight when you close the lid. The instructions clearly show you how to do it, I use my nail every now and again to squash them down very gently.
Lovely item and so happy I brought it.
A little sideline. The the diffusion does come tarnished from brewing the tea. They say that helps give a better brew as you break it in, similar to a teapot. However to bring it back to it's nice sparkly shiny silver look. I put a little bit of bleach into my tea mug and fill it with some hot water. An hour later I come back and everything plus the mug is lovely and clean again.
As long as you rinse everything well with warm water. You will not have any after tastes.