Teas Etc Tea Traveler 60101, 12.85 Ounces
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- Easy-to-use 3-piece travel mug for brewing loose leaf tea; red lid with Chinese characters adorning bottle
- 100% BPA-free thick plastic bottle keeps tea hot and hands cool
- Clear mug perfect for showing off your teas, herbals or flowering teas
- Removable, screw-on stainless steel strainer keeps loose tea in bottle
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 2.5 x 7.5 in||2.62 x 2.62 x 8.5 in||2.8 x 2.9 x 9.5 in||2.75 x 2.75 x 7.75 in||2.52 x 2.52 x 7.48 in||3 x 3 x 7 in|
|Material Type||Polycarbonate||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18-8 Steel||18/8 Steel, Outside is 100% real Bamboo||Steel|
|Size||—||16 Ounce||—||12 fl. oz capacity||—||A|
|Volume Capacity Name||—||16 ounces||16 ounces||12 ounces||12 ounces||12 ounces|
Brew loose leaf tea on the go with this easy-to-use 100-Percent BPA Free Tea Traveler®. Mug, infuser and lid screw together to make brewing and cleaning a snap. Keeps tea hot and hands cool. Tea Traveler® includes: 12.85-ounce 100-Percent BPA Free plastic tea mug, stainless steel screw-on tea strainer and water tight lid. Tea never traveled so well. Complete brewing and care instructions included. Sleek Clear Design Makes Brewing Loose Leaf Tea Cool and Convenient.
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Note: I read a review that this Tea Traveler doesn't keep your Tea warm very long (I'm not sure what that person is talking about, this container keeps Tea "HOT" for quite a while and "WARM" for hours). I simply run water through the coffee pot like you were brewing coffee and pour the Hot water over the Tea and then enjoy it for hours. At home I will boil hot water in a kettle and then pour it over the Tea (this will keep this Tea HOT for many hours, almost toooo Hot for the 1st 20-30 minutes). It does not get too hot to hold though (that is what is so great about this Tumbler, it keeps the Tea Hot, but not too Hot to hold the container). It comes with a very nice screw on lid (that is what keeps the Tea hot for long periods of time). Maybe that other person leaves the lid off and that would cause the Tea to not stay Hot for long periods of time.
Another Note: I would not recommend cleaning this item with soapy water or using this item in the Dishwasher (I always handwash this Tumbler in the sink with warm water and a paper towel). If used properly this item is simply an amazing item for brewing Loose Tea. It holds almost 13oz. and can be used to make Hot or Cold Iced Tea (If you prefer Iced Tea simply make the Hot Tea and Pour it over Ice in another container or simply add the ice to this container for a Great Iced Tea). I would not recommend using this Tumbler in the Microwave either (it states this on the box itself, so I'm taking their word that it is not recommended for the Microwave, Dishwasher, Soapy Water, etc).
Probably the Best Note: I have brewed 100's of batches of Tea in this Tea Traveler and have never got 1 piece of Tea in my mouth (the strainer on this Tea Traveler is amazing). It has such a fine mesh strainer that even the smallest pieces will not slip through this strainer. I did do something that I wanted to pass on to you, so that you don't the same thing. Once you put the tea leaves in the bottom of this container, make sure the strainer top is not in place when you try to pour in the water. It will make a big mess (the water does not want to go through the strainer). Simply take off the strainer top and pour the water directly onto the tea leaves (minor mistake on my part, but worth mentioning so you don't make the same mistake).
Folks, I can not tell you enough about this Traveling Tea Tumbler. It is amazing!! I feel like asking everyone I know if they like drinking Tea (if they say they do, I feel like buying them one of these as a present). An amazing item for $20! Buy yourself at least one and once you receive this Tea Tumbler (remember asking yourself "Why didn't I have one of these earlier")? I use both of mine almost every day (I don't know what I would do without both of them either). It seems like it is this simple new modern gadget that could be the next great invention (once you us this tumbler you will see what I mean). What a hidden gem of an item!
Thank You "TEAS ETC" for this awesome gadget! Enjoy everyone!
Most of the time we put the loose tea in the bottom mug, screw on the infuser and the lid. The tea has lots of space to unfurl and then we pour it into another cup through the infuser to drink. Sometimes though, we like to put the tea in the top of the infuser, screw the lid on and then tip the cup upside down for the tea to steep. Then we can take off both the infuser and lid and just drink from the cup (without allowing the tea to continue to steep). Several times when we used the tip upside down method, we would get burned from the hot water because the lid did not screw on correctly. It was not easy to tell if it was correct. Not once has this been an issue with the original cup. I threw away this infuser after my teenage son burned himself several times. I wish I had kept it for using it when we just put the tea in the bottom, but I was upset after it happened that last time and just did not want it to happen again.
Now that there are 3 of us in our house drinking numerous amounts of tea. I went looking on Amazon for some kind of alternative tea infuser. I found these - just like the first one except now they came in colors. Very excited - I figured that the last one we bought was just a fluke and I would try again. We have only had the new one for 2 weeks now, and the silver part you grab to screw/unscrew the infuser onto the cup is spinning independently of the inner infuser. To unscrew it we have to grasp the inner lip - which is difficult. I guess I will be sending it back. I will try one more, because we like the model of the cup. But I am worried they are just being made badly now.