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Zojirushi SM-JTE46AD Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Tea Leaf Filter, 16-Ounce, Deep Blue
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- Stainless steel vacuum mug featuring nonstick finish and Tea Leaf Filter
- Tight fitted lid keeps beverages hotter or colder than travel mugs
- Removable Tea Leaf Filter is ideal for loose tea
- Stopper disassembles for thorough cleaning
- Wide mouth accommodates full-size ice cubes
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Zojirushi's stainless steel vacuum insulation will keep your beverages hot or cold for hours. Each stainless steel mug has Zojirushi's easy to clean nonstick finish interior that resists corrosion and repels stains. The Tea Leaf Filter allows steeping of tea directly in the mug while stopping loose tea leaves from flowing out while drinking. The compact design of this mug takes minimal space while maximizing capacity.
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1. No sippy top
2. Requires attention in aligning things so it doesn't leak
3. Not nonslip. non microwaveable.
This is why I think it's perfect:
1. For tea, I want something that forces me to settle down and appreciate the moment. This forces me to do that with the top.
2. I like the steam to pass my nose, not my glasses. This is just the right size.
3. The ceramic holder with stainless steel mesh doesn't affect the flavor of my high-grade green tea.
4. I hate "safety" "non-spill" sippy tops. Those are for Children. I'm an adult.
5. Size: it's perfect for my hands, my car cup holder, my man purse.
6. It's really good at keeping stuff hot or cold.
There's an understated elegance that doesn't yell--"Lookie, I am covered with faux carbon fiber/imitation leather/fancy logo." However, there is a sweet attention to proportions and line angles that makes the bottle more appreciated by the owner as they use it.
For lack of a better word, this just feels right.
I was a little confused about some things when I first got the mug, so things that I found helpful after using it a couple of times: The lid is only for airtight heat/cool control, to drink from it you have to unscrew the whole lid and drink from the wide mouth opening. The tea goes in with the water, and not in the basket, the basket is so the leaves don't go into your mouth while drinking. My green tea doesn't get bitter if it's in the water for a long period of time, so this is fine with me. Because you drink from the wide mouth opening it isn't easy to drink in the car, but the lid is air tight and the mug can be thrown in a backpack or purse and be carried around all day with no leaks. Hope this helps!
Some people will want to time their tea's steeping carefully. And the duration of their commute is probably not the timing they're looking for. This flask will not be very useful to them. But if you want something that's very well insulated and very portable that you can steep your tea in and will filter the leaves out when you pour (the filter is very good but not quite perfect), I don't know of anything else.
This flask is not dishwasher-safe. Indeed, even soaking it in OxiClean (which is similar to dishwasher detergent but not the same) will dull the finish and eventually cause it to chip. (As you can guess, I learned that the hard way.) I don't know why Zojirushi uses a finish on it that is so easily chemically damaged. But they do, and I like the insulated-teapot aspect so well that I bought another one and I'll just have to find another way to clean it.