FORLIFE Curve 24-Ounce Teapot with Infuser, Lime

May 17, 2017 - Comment

This CURVE Teapot, complete with an extra-fine 0.3-mm stainless-steel tea infuser built-in teapot and cup, is designed for simple and clean way of making your own cup of tea. The extra-fine tea infuser gives you a perfect even steep every time, and enables you to steep fine loose-leaf teas such as Rooibos tea to large

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This CURVE Teapot, complete with an extra-fine 0.3-mm stainless-steel tea infuser built-in teapot and cup, is designed for simple and clean way of making your own cup of tea. The extra-fine tea infuser gives you a perfect even steep every time, and enables you to steep fine loose-leaf teas such as Rooibos tea to large whole-leaf teas like Oolong tea.

Product Features

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Made from lead-free material
  • Do not put on flame or heating element
  • Let boiling water settle about 15-20-second before pouring
  • Use baking soda dissolved in warm water to clean tea stain as needed

Comments

Albert Taylor says:

Just the right size..

owloveya says:

The littlest teapot you never knew you needed! I could never figure out why one needed a teapot to drink tea. Now, I know why. This pot has completely changed my tea drinking experience. I went from having an average cup of tea, usually improper flavor and strength due to the spoon-style infusers, to sincerely enjoying my tea. The microscopic holes in the infuser means no debris in my tea and very little dust from the leaves. There is plenty of space for the leaves to swish around and really get the flavor infused. I only gave 4 stars…

Moccasin says:

I’m a little teapot strong and stout…. For an unadorned and simple object, this little 24 ounce white pot is a satisfying buy. I debated on the larger version, but eventually decided on this one. The stainless steel insert fits the top, and extends to very near the bottom, so the leaves stay in the water even though you may choose to have a quick cup. The lid stays in place, but it is hard to break the old habit of placing a finger on the top knob as I pour. As noted by others, it does not drip from the spout once it is rested on…

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