Happy Sales HSSSTB5, Stainless Steel Spice/ Tea Infuser, Strainer, Filter- 5.25 INCH

November 6, 2017 - Comment

Happy Sales 5.25-Inch Dia Mesh infuser. This all-purpose infuser to make tea and add herbs & spices for cooking The Infuser is a must-have accessory in your kitchen. Durable, the stainless steel infuser is capable of brewing teas of all kinds. It can also use as an herb and spice infuser, perfect for adding extra

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Happy Sales 5.25-Inch Dia Mesh infuser. This all-purpose infuser to make tea and add herbs & spices for cooking The Infuser is a must-have accessory in your kitchen. Durable, the stainless steel infuser is capable of brewing teas of all kinds. It can also use as an herb and spice infuser, perfect for adding extra flavor to various foods and drink ranging from soup, broth, apple cider and wine. Equipped with a convenient hook and chain, manage brewing time to bring out the optimum flavor!

Product Features

  • Happy Sales 5.25 Inch Dia. infuser made of durable Stainless Steel
  • LARGE CAPACITY infuser pod allows tea, spice, herb to expand fully and bringing out more flavor and aroma
  • Use as an herb and spice infuser, perfect for adding extra flavor to various ranging from soup, broth, apple cider and wine
  • EASY TO CLEAN Twist off the top and rinse – couldn’t be simpler. Our infuser is designed to be easy to clean with just running water. DIshwasher safe but just as easy to simply rinse and let air dry.

Comments

Thelma says:

Perfect for making a large quantity of tea at once! =) This jumbo-sized tea ball is perfect for making large quantities of tea. 

A. Kramer says:

Makes lots of tea, but lets finer particles through… I really like this tea ball for making lots of tea at a time–I make a gallon of tea at a time and this holds the several table spoons of tea needed. The only issue is that a little bit of the finer or broken leaves and powder leaks out so I use a finer sieve to catch the last particles. At that point I feel like I might as well forget about using the tea ball and just leave the loose leaf in the pot and filter it with the sieve… 

Al D says:

Making tea in a coffee urn Update 12/23/13: So Iv’e used this every three days for almost six weeks and the little hanging chain fell off in the dishwasher, and worse, fell directly into the center drain towards the exit pump. Lucky I got it out feeling blind with a pair of large tweezers. Anyway, I do hang this off the lip of the coffee urn and the chain is attached with an unsoldered ring to the top of the ball; the whole arrangement just isn’t strong enough to continuously take the weight of the wet tea bags (24)…

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