Takeya 64 Oz Iced Tea Maker with Silicone Handle Avocado Olive Green
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- Airtight and leak-proof: A unique lid design keeps air out, and freshness sealed in. You can even store a full pitcher horizontally in your refrigerator with no leaks!
- Perfect Brewing: The fine mesh Tea Infuser is ideal for brewing loose leaf tea, allowing each leaf to expand, unfurl and release its full flavor.
- Non-Slip Handle: The sturdy handle is made with silicone, the perfect material for lightweight traction that ensures a good grip when moving or pouring.
- Tea-Maker Body: Specially-made to withstand rapid temperature changes from boiling hot to ice cold.
- No stains, odors or cloudiness: BPA-free construction ensures that your maker will remain stain, cloud and odor proof.
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|Color||Avocado/Olive||Black||Black||DD- By Size||Black|
|Item Dimensions||4 x 6 x 12.5 in||7.5 x 5 x 9.5 in||11.4 x 10.5 x 14.8 in||5.5 x 5.5 x 7.25 in||7.25 x 5.75 x 10.5 in|
|Material Type||Acrylic and silicone||Plastic||Plastic||Glass||Acrylic|
Perfect for brewing and serving your iced tea, this Takeya Iced Tea Maker pitcher features a fresh design with a clear AcraGlass body that is BPA-free, as well as stain and odor proof. AcraGlass is lightweight and features glass-like clarity, yet is more durable than glass. The removable rotating lid-infuser fully extracts the tea flavors while steeping, and makes clean-up easy. The airtight avocado colored twist-top lid locks in freshness, while the silicone soft grip handle, accented in an olive color, allows for easy pouring or transporting. This Iced Tea Maker is great for brewing hot or cold tea, or for sun brewing, and holds 64 ounce (8 cups).
COLD METHOD: Place in 8-10 tea bafs or 8 tablespoons of loose leaf tea into infuser, add cold water & place in fridge overnight. Remove tea bags or loose leaf tea & pour over full glass of ice. HOT METHOD: Fill with hot water from kettle, place in 8-10 tea bags or 8 ablespoons of loose leaf tea intoinfuser, cool withour lid 1 hour then pour over full glass of ice. Enjoy!
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I was spending $5 every day on four Diet Gold Peak Teas ($150 per month!!). I have successfully duplicated it with this pitcher:
1. Fill pitcher with cold filtered water (I use the PUR filter).
2. Add 3 slightly rounded tablespoons Lipton Loose Leaf tea to infuser. (bought the 6-pack here on Amazon)
3. Cap the pitcher and place in the refrigerator door overnight.
4. Next morning, remove the infuser and dispose of tea leaves.
5. Stir in 3/4 cup of Walmart's brand of Splenda (Great Value Granulated No Calorie Sweetener).
6. Enjoy for a fraction of the cost!
Just a note that the specified 8 tablespoons of loose tea is just way too much.
1. Microwave/boil 4 cups of water, and then steep 2 large Lipton ice tea bags for 4 minutes. I add some agave sweetener and then pour into the maker. I then add 4 cups of cold water and stick it in the fridge. A few hours later, ice cold tea. Wonderful!
1. Add the loose tea to the infuser and screw on. Take the screw top off and fill the container up, pouring water on top of the loose tea and into the container. Let it sit in the refrigerator for 8-12 hours, or just overnight. In the morning all you need to do is remove the loose tea and it's all ready.
1. With either loose or bag tea, you can put in your tea, stick it outside, and then bring it in a few hours later. No problem with that at all.
The infuser screws into the top and is not cheaply made. The bottom part of the infuser is solid plastic, so cleaning it takes a bit longer than if it were mesh, but that's not a big deal at all.
I'm marking down the tea maker because when you're pouring, you often get drips that run down the front and onto the floor or table. It happens about half the time and I can't figure out how to pour it without it leaking.
The BEST feature for me is that this container fits in the door of my small European refrigerator! If it fits in my refrigerator, it will definitely fit in yours! The top part of the maker is circular, but the bottom is oval, so it changes shape as you go nearer the bottom which you can't see in the picture. At it's smallest width on the bottom it is a little bit larger than a wine bottle. So, if you can fit a wine bottle in your refrigerator door and there's room to move it back and forth, this maker will fit.
This is a simple, quality piece of kitchenware that is so nice to use. It would make a great gift for the tea drinker. It only comes in one color, but the 1970's color kind of grown on you. Cheers!
Edit: After 1 month of use I have tried about 5 different teas with one teabag in the mesh. I let the pitcher sit out on the counter overnight. I have the best success with Egyptian Licorice tea, Earl Grey, and masala teas (in that order). This pitcher is a great buy!