Kuchenprofi Set of 3 Tea Strainers in 18/10 Stainless Steel

December 15, 2013 - Comment

Founded in Solingen Germany by Artur Schmitz in 1923, the story of Kuchenprofi is one of dilligence, innovation and refinement. Early on, Kuchenprofi realized the need for affordable functional tools that make the kitchen more efficient and more enjoyable. The name of Kuchenprofi reflects strength, quality and functionality demanded by chefs around the world. Kuchenprofi

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Founded in Solingen Germany by Artur Schmitz in 1923, the story of Kuchenprofi is one of dilligence, innovation and refinement. Early on, Kuchenprofi realized the need for affordable functional tools that make the kitchen more efficient and more enjoyable. The name of Kuchenprofi reflects strength, quality and functionality demanded by chefs around the world. Kuchenprofi made for professionals, now available to anyone passionate about cooking. Kuchenprofi’s trio of Tea Strainers make a delightful addition to your tea table, each topped by a teapot on their handles. Graduated sizes fit everything from diminutive demitasse cups up to man-sized mugs. Use them to catch tea leaves as you pour from the pot, or as infusers when making a single cup. Crafted of 18/10 stainless steel with fine wire mesh. Dishwasher safe. 2-inch, 2-1/2-inch and 3-inch diameters.

Product Features

  • Set of three stainless steel tea strainers; 2 inch, 2-1/2 inch and 3 inch diameter
  • Combination strainers/infusers
  • Catch tea leaves as you pour; or infusers when making a single cup
  • 18/10 stainless steel; fine wire mesh
  • Dishwasher safe

Comments

JaneFairlight says:

Nice tea strainers Received three different sizes of tea strainers. The fine screening is perfect for loose tea. I drink only loose tea and no leaves or pieces get through the fine mesh. They are attractive. The handle is spot welded on the strainer part instead of a single piece throughout. The tea pot handle is stamped. It is not an expensive set and is adequate. It gets the job done, is attractive but not elegant. The stainless should hold up without rust.

ECob says:

Nice Strainers These are really nice strainers. I gave the set on three stars since the small one is really not as useful, it’s just too small doesn’t sit in the tea cup very well. I prefer the largest size. I bought “G&H Tea Services Paris Tea-Cup Strainer ” on Amazon and loved it. A bit pricey but much better for me.

strawheart says:

Great Just made my first cup with loose tea leaves and flowers. The sieve is dense enough to catch most matter. The design is so simple and it does so much. I was previously unsatisfied with stainless steel mesh balls; I found they didn’t steep well enough, and were a pain to clean. With these you’ll squeeze good amount of tea out of your leaves. The open shape and lack of a hinge makes it easy to clean. Not too small for a dishwasher. Plus I can’t get over how cute the tea-cup shaped handles are.

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