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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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.Read more ›
Because of all the positive reviews, I decided to try another one of these pitchers before evaluating it. Again, cracks appeared quickly in the lid and the fit was poor. I never put my pitcher in the dishwasher. It was always hand washed. I hope this info is useful.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this pitcher, it is a nice design and I get compliments on it. it is plastic, but a heavy duty plastic.Published 3 hours ago by Betty
A friend of mine had one of these and I like it so much I ordered it. I cut up 2 lemons and add water as needed lasts about 5-7 days depending on how fresh the lemons are to start... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Madeline M Fostveit
The pitcher looks good and holds a large amount of water. However, this places a great deal of stress on the handle. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Smriti Shrestha
Love this pitcher! Looks great, is a good size and works just as it should. The biggest factor that I like is the length of the hollow rod where you put the fruit. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Pat Knowles
Unfortunately, when this arrived the top part of the spout lid had snapped off. I ended up throwing it away and ordering a glass infusion pitcher. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Tye Pierson
A friend told me about this and I can't stop drinking water. Infused with lemons and they lasted over a week! Eager to try limes.Published 10 days ago by J. Parker