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Prodyne Fruit Infusion Flavor Pitcher
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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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|Item Dimensions||7.25 x 5.75 x 10.5 in||5.9 x 10.08 x 7.08 in||4.2 x 10 x 10.7 in||10.5 x 5.8 x 7.2 in||4.2 x 10 x 10.7 in||6 x 8 x 11 in|
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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 (80-Ounce with rod).
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Why you will love this pitcher:
+ Sturdy BPA-free Acrylic Pitcher
+ Pitcher can be used with or without ice tube and infuser
+ Infuser will hold about 1 large orange chopped or about a cup of fruit
+ Infuser's many slots allow water to freely flow around fruit
+ Ice rod has silicone plug for easy empty/fill, but water does not need to be changed
This is a great buy if you like subtly flavored water. Citrus fruits will exude a stronger flavor than berries. Chop the fruit smaller for more flavor or leave in larger chucks for less. The instructions say to change the fruit every 7-10 days, but after a day the fruit doesn't look that fresh or healthy to me. The fruit in the tube will flavor many pitchers of water - just add fresh water to the pitcher every time you pour a glass out and put it back in the fridge. I start the fruit water at least an hour before I want to use it and by the time I get to it, the water is chilled and fully infused.
The ice rod will keep the pitcher contents cold, but not as cold as the fridge will. Still very nice for parties. It screws into the lid and the pitcher works without it too.
There is no way to close off the spout, so I make an effort not to fill it too full.
For variety: mint leaves, ginger and other herbs can be placed in the tube with the fruit. Mint grows like a weed, so I use the large leaf mint from my garden. I think the little grocery store mint would slip though the infusor slots.
The instructions recommend hand-washing, but it is easy to clean.
This pitcher is a fun, multi-use kitchen item. Also great for tea or juice.
Update: We have had this pitcher for a year now and it is holding up very well with DAILY use. We still love it!
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!