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UEndure Tea Infuser & Cold Brew Coffee Maker - Tea Cup with Removable Strainer – Travel Mug for Coffee, Loose Leaf Tea and Fruit Infusions –Teapot - Glass Water Bottle with Filter - 14 Ounce Tumbler

by UEndure, Inc.
List price: $34.99 Price: $31.95 Buy Now

  • ★ Works great with course coffee grinds and all types of loose leaf tea, including our Organic UEndure Green Tea, also available on Amazon.
  • ★ Perfect for cold brew coffee or tea. Simply fill the infuser with your favorite tea or coarsely ground coffee, add cold water and refrigerate for 12-24 hours.
  • ★ Modern, innovative design created for the health conscious tea and coffee connoisseur.

Product description

The UEndure Tea Infuser Bottle is a sleek, modern and sophisticated design, created specifically for the tea connoisseur. Our tea tumbler is extremely well crafted and a must have for any tea drinker.

Product Features:
Simple To Use - Fill the stainless steel infuser with your favorite loose tea and then fill the bottle with hot or cold water.
Double Wall Glass - The two layers of borosilicate glass keeps your tea hot on the inside and your hands warm on the outside.
Easy to Clean – Designed with two openings that makes for easy cleaning and allows airflow for natural drying. No stale odors!
Removable Tea Infuser – Can be used for tea, coffee, water, fruit infusions and smoothies!

Product Description: 
Materials: Double Wall Glass and Stainless Steel
Size: 14 Ounces
Dimension: 2.8 inches x 2.8 inches x 9.5 inches

Package Includes:
* Glass Bottle
* Food Grade 304 Stainless Steel Infuser
* (2) Brushed Metal ‘Twist Off’ Lids

User Instructions:
1. Remove the bottom lid and unscrew the infuser.
2. Fill the infuser with your favorite type of loose tea, screw back onto bottom lid and place the bottom lid back on the bottle.
3. Remove the top lid and fill the bottle with hot water.
4. Place the top lid back on the bottle and watch your tea steep to perfection.

We believe in “100% Guaranteed”. It represents both our philosophy of sharing the best of times with our loyal customers and our promise to deliver a premium tea infuser to you, your family and your friends. We pride ourselves on customer service and will do whatever it takes to make you happy.

Premium Glass Teapot with Removable Stainless Steel Infuser that holds 34 oz (1000 ml) - Perfect for Making Loose Leaf, Bagged, or Blooming Tea - Made from Clear Heat Resistant Borosilicate Glass

by Bins & Things
Price: $30.95 Buy Now

  • STEEP ALL 5 VARIETIES OF TEA - Whether you're steeping black tea, white tea, oolong tea, green tea or Puer tea, this premium glass teapot will give you tasty sip every time. Comes with a rust-resistant stainless steel tea infuser
  • 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE. We are confident of that our glass teapot will do its job well, so we provide a 30-day money back guarantee. If you aren't happy with it, let us know and we'll refund your money
  • DURABLE AND HIGH QUALITY TO LAST FOR YEARS - Handcrafted from Borosilicate glass, this glass teapot is resistant to thermal shock. It can withstand temperature change from -4°F to 150°F. Safe to use on stovetop and microwave oven

Product description

No Plastic-Leaching! Eco-Friendly and Healthy

Handcrafted from high-quality Borosilicate Glass and superior stainless steel, our glass teapot is free from plastic to ensure that you only serve and drink the true taste of the tea leaves - whether they are black, white, green, oolong, puer, blooming or even herbal. And since no plastic is going to touch the leaves, your tea is as healthy as it can be.

Simple Design and Easy Clean Up

This glass teapot is made of two parts: the Borosilicate glass and the removable rust-free stainless steel infuser and lid. You can easily hand wash everything. When you want to use the dishwasher, remove the stainless steel strainer.

The pout is smartly designed to prevent dripping when you lift the glass after pouring content to a cup. The infuser tightly seals onto the mouth of the glass teapot to prevent leakage.

Can Hold Up to 1 Liter (1,000 ml): Perfect for Family Tea Party

With its 1 liter or 34 oz capacity, you can entertain your small group of friends or family for an afternoon party during the weekend or a simple morning breakfast anytime of the week.

For Cold Brew Coffee

There are 3 ways to do cold brew coffee with our glass teapot.
1. Use a mason jar glass to steep the coarse coffee grounds for at least 12 hours. Strain with our glass teapot after.
2. Steep coffee with our glass teapot, and transfer content on another jar using the mesh filter to strain.
Put the ground coffee into the infuser, pour cold water until glass is full. Steep in the fridge for 24 hours. Your ice-cold coffee is ready to serve the next day! 100% Satisfaction. Money-Back Guarantee.

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