Adagio Teas 28 oz. ingenuiTEA Iced Tea Teapot

December 6, 2017 - Comment

IngenuiTEA is a brilliant – arguably the simplest – device for preparing loose tea. Unlike the ‘French Press’ teaots which crush and bruise the leaves, our teapot’s ingenious design uses gravity, not force, to strain the leaves. The result is great taste with less effort. To filter, simply place the ingenuiTEA atop your cup. A

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IngenuiTEA is a brilliant – arguably the simplest – device for preparing loose tea. Unlike the ‘French Press’ teaots which crush and bruise the leaves, our teapot’s ingenious design uses gravity, not force, to strain the leaves. The result is great taste with less effort. To filter, simply place the ingenuiTEA atop your cup. A valve at the bottom will open, allowing crystal-clear tea to flow, while a mesh filter retains the leaves and sediment. The clean-up is equally as easy as the teapot is dishwasher safe. Made in Taiwan using food-grade plastic. Available in 28 oz. and 16oz size that’s ideal for brewing a pitcher of iced tea. Perfect for foodservice, restaurant and other professional industrial uses. Bulk pricing available through Adagio Wholesale.

Product Features

  • Great for the office or when traveling, this innovative teapot releases infused tea directly into a drinking cup
  • When tea is ready, simply place over cup and tea will drain from bottom
  • A mesh filter retains all the leaves with one of the best infusers on the market
  • Dishwasher safe, the teapot is made in Taiwan of food-grade plastic
  • It holds up to 28 ounces and has an easy-grip handle

Comments

GTOlson says:

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Craig says:

This is the best tea maker I’ve ever had Gah. This is the best tea maker I’ve ever had. Really didn’t expect much of anything except a gimmicky plastic thing….but I was totally wrong. I can make a tiny cup of tea….or a gallon of iced tea. Absolutely no plastic taste and the filter is quick and easy to clean. Yeah, you’ll get a bit of discoloration on the plastic but it doesn’t change the taste even of green or white teas.

BoolySpark says:

Got Kuerig? (Up date 6 years later) We enjoy our Keurig for coffee but tea leaves (sorry) a bit to be desired. Somehow the taste provided by the steeping process outweighs the expensive convenience of the K-Cup. For those of a like mind, we would suggest the following. 

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