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- Enjoy flavor-infused beverages made naturally at home with the Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher
- BPA-free acrylic pitcher has removable hollow rod that can be filled with fruits, citrus wedges, herbs, or savories
- Open slots in rod allow contents to naturally combine with liquid; rod screws into lid, so it stays securely in place
- Clear acrylic allows for enticing view; pitcher looks great on a well-set table; may be continually refilled without replacing fruit
- Holds up to 93 ounces; requires hand washing for care
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Fruit Infusion Natural Fruit Flavor Pitcher
Enjoy refreshing lemon water, raspberry iced tea and more. Crystal clear acrylic pitcher has removable fruit infusion rod that screws into lid. Open slots in rod allow liquid and fruit to mix naturally. Fill the rod with cut lemons, limes, raspberries, etc. Pitcher may be continually refilled without having to replace the fruit. 93 Ounce, 2.9 Quart. Hand-washing recommended.
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INFUSE & CHILL Fruit Infusion Ice Molds, Set of 2
Easy to prepare and use.. just fill with fresh cut fruit and water and place in freezer. Natural fruit Infusion takes time, so while freezing, the water-to-ice becomes naturally infused by the fruit. This infusion process is enhanced by the expanding water- to- ice applying gentle pressure on the fruit to release its deep flavor. Once frozen, the resulting icicle has already been highly pre-infused.
Rich flavor right away and ice cold.
When ready to use, simply drop the icicle into your hydration bottle (needs 2” opening) or tall glass and fill. The icicle immediately starts to release its infused flavor so you will quickly have a delicious natural fruit infused cold beverage. The icicles fresh fruit flavor will always be preserved while frozen, ready to enjoy at any time.
Fruit Infusion Flavor Carafe
Our Flavor Carafe offers a brand new, easy way to prepare and enjoy natural fruit flavored beverages. Simply unscrew the removable fruit compartment at bottom and fill with sliced fresh fruit or vegetables (create unique flavors by combining ingredients). Replace the top section and fill with beverage. You can refill beverage after each use without replacing the fruit. Fruit stays hydrated in bottom compartment and can last up to 7 days or more. Keep in refrigerator (fits on door shelf). Easy grip cap with air-tight silicone seal. Top section has strainer disc to hold back fruit as you pour.
BIG Fruit Infusion Pitcher
Infuse water, tea, spirits and more with natural fruit flavors. The crystal clear acrylic pitcher features a generous 3.5 quart (112 ounce) capacity with a large fruit infusion rod that screws into the lid. Pitcher may be continually refilled as you use the contents without having to replace the fruit (replace fruit every 5-7 days). High style design with easy grip handle. 7 ½” D x 8” H.
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Fruit Infusion Flavor Bottle
Infuse water, tea, spirits and more with wonderful natural fruit flavors. Tall and good looking, the Flavor Bottle will add utility to any kitchen or home bar. Twist neck to remove and fill with beverage and sliced fruit. Shake it up with ice for faster infusion or great martinis. Refill beverage after each use by adding more through the top opening. No need to remove neck to refill. Fits on refrigerator door shelf 32 oz. (950 mL) body, (36 oz. filled to top). 4 ¼"D x 13 ¾"H. Hand-washing recommended.
ICED Fruit Infusion Pitcher
Enjoy refreshing lemon water, raspberry iced tea and more and keep it cold with this attractive new combo pitcher. The removable fruit infusion rod can easily be filled with cut lemons, limes, raspberries, etc. and easily slides into pitcher. Open slots in the rod allow liquids and fruit to mix naturally to give your beverages a fruit infused flavor. The pitcher can be continually refilled without having to replace the fruit. Attach the removable freezer ice tube (screws into lid) to keep pre-chilled beverages chilled for hours without ice cube dilution. Just fill the ice tube with water one time and keep in freezer. It may be re-frozen repeatedly without re-filling with water. 3 quart (96 oz.) capacity. Crystal clear acrylic. Hand-washing recommended.
Fruit Infusion Flavor Jar
Infused water, tea, spirits and more with delicious natural fruit flavors. Easy to insert desired amount of sliced fruit, then fill with beverage. Keep in refrigerator, always ready to pour and enjoy. Easy grip lid with air-tight silicone seal. Jar holds lots of fruit to give beverage a great robust flavor. Beverage may be continually refilled for up to 7 days or more without replacing fruit. Easily fits on refrigerator door. 45 oz. capacity, 4"D x 12"H.
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Overall, still like it.
I never use the core anymore - I used it a couple times, but found that it prevented the fruits from infusing well, because they were locked up in that plastic prison. And it's a pain in the a$$ to stuff the fruit inside the core anyway. So I set the fruit and herbs FREE into the pitcher. It's more aesthetically pleasing, and everyone compliments you on how gorgeous it looks. I'll try making an ice core instead.
My two criticism are:
- The lid gets mold spots, because you can't take it apart. Just clean with bleach or vinegar.
- I wrote earlier that it leaks – but I can't remember it leaking recently.
Some people have been disappointed that certain fruits in water didn't taste that great. That is correct - cantaloupe and kiwi, while delicious to eat, are flavorless in water. I recommend you get your recipes online - there are a plethora.
Overall, I'm happy with this pitcher. It's great for making infused water and iced tea without the sun. I love putting in fresh herbs, like mint. I looked up infused water recipes online – not all work. Not all fruits give much flavor to the water. My favorites so far are:
- Cucumber Mint Water
- Cucumber Mint Lemonade
- Orange Vanilla Water
- Watermelon Water
- Iced Tea (Use 2 bags for mild tea; 3 bags for strong)
Have fun! It's so nice to drink more water. Much less expensive than any beverage you can buy.
Other observations : Ground cinnamon does NOT dissolve in water. Don't even try it. Use cinnamon sticks.
Apples turn brown too fast.
Here are a couple of things that I've observed:
Distilled water works best.
Depending upon what type of fruit you use in the core, it can take up to two days (or more) to get a really good infusion. Citrus fruits tend to take longer to infuse than berries.
It's a good idea to add water to it each time you pour yourself a glass. Two reasons: first, the newly added water will mix with the already-infused water and will take less time to become flavored. If you wait until the pitcher's mostly empty, it'll take a while to get a good infusion. Second, a smaller amount of "new" water will take less time to chill than if you were to add a whole bunch of new water.
And here's a hint: If you make your own lemonade (from scratch), try using orange-infused water to your lemon juice instead of plain, unflavored water. It adds a wonderful touch of "something" that you can't put your finger on (you KNOW there's something else in the lemonade, but you just can't figure out WHAT).
And, lastly, a suggestion: don't wait for berries to come into season! Just use frozen ones (strawberries, raspberries, mixed berries, etc.) Because they've been frozen, they tend to infuse better than fresh ones. I recently used half a package of frozen raspberries. As they thawed they immediately began to turn the water red and by the time they were completely thawed, I had a lovely shade of red raspberry water. Being a "sweetaholic", I add a packet of stevia (AKA Truvia, but I prefer the Whole Foods brand of stevia) to my raspberry water and it tastes like a healthier version of raspberry Kool-Aid!
But when I went to do the same with this one yesterday, and was putting it in the refrigerator, the handle popped off the container, causing it to fall to the floor and spill iced tea everywhere.
Don't know why this was manufactured so poorly, but whatever the issue is, the manufacturer ought to correct it.
The second one arrived, yet again with a broken lid, this one not only split as the first one, but also shattered, with three pieces of it broken out.
In addition to this incomprehensibly breakable lid, this product appears to be shabbily made in general, with its separate parts - the handle, and a couple of elements of the lid (an inner rim, grasping knob onthe top) simply glued on rather than genuinely bonded.
Not being a glutton for punishment, I did not ask for a replacement this time. I simply requested a refund from Amazon.