Stainless Steel Mesh Tea & Cooking Infuser

December 21, 2013 - Comment

This jumbo stainless steel infuser is ideal for enhancing soups, stews, cider, wine, and especially brewing large quantities of tea. The infuser features a finely woven, stainless steel mesh body and an easy open closure. The long chain and hook make it easy to remove the infuser from stock pots and tea pots. Product Features

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This jumbo stainless steel infuser is ideal for enhancing soups, stews, cider, wine, and especially brewing large quantities of tea. The infuser features a finely woven, stainless steel mesh body and an easy open closure. The long chain and hook make it easy to remove the infuser from stock pots and tea pots.

Product Features

  • RSVP Jumbo herb and tea infuser
  • Great for large pots of tea
  • Replaces a bouqet garni bag
  • 18/10 stainless steel
  • Body measures 4.25″ wide and 1.75″ in diameter; Chain measures 8.5″

Comments

Amalfi Coast Girl says:

If you cook a lot with a lot of whole herbs and spices you need this little gadget An avid home cook that is a collector of both cookbooks and cooking gadgets writes this review. I purchased this product because I was tired of fishing bay leaves and herb stems out of my dishes and did not want to bother with cheesecloth bundles or straining sauces. I have summarized my observations of this product below:Pros:1. No more hunting for the last annoying bay leaf in the sauce2. Small size means it is easy to store3. Easy to clean by…

Sarah Smith says:

Finally after search I found it! I saw it on an episode of Good Eats. Alton uses it to infuse herbs into a stock without the messy digging out of sprigs and leaves. Very helpful. Cleanup is a bit of a mess. Do not put it in the dishwasher. Don’t know what the deal was…it can sit in a pot of boiling water but put it in the dishwasher and it rusts! That is why I got 2!

Corky says:

Looks a lot bigger than it is. If you want a big tea ball I suggest you look at the 3 inch tea balls. I use it for fruit based tea so the tea is basically dried fruit chunks which are bigger than ground tea. The tea ball is around two inches in diameter so when you open it you only have one inch to put your tea in. I just have trouble getting enough tea in this to work for me.

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