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Wine Style Tea Bottle

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This beautiful wine bottle-shaped cold brewer is a unique piece of teaware that is sure to be a conversation starter.  So refined, it makes cold brewing loose leaf tea an elegant addition to any table. Made of the finest heat-resistant borosilicate glass, this Wine Style Tea Bottle is topped with a silicon spout and cork (available in classic red and olive green) and a BPA-free nesting infuser.

To use, simply place your loose leaf tea in the glass bottle, fill the bottle with room temperature water, mount the bottle spout and cork with the filter set inside, and place in your refrigerator for 4-8 hours. Easy as that! When it has infused to your desired strength, uncork and pour. The tall body allows your tea leaves to swirl freely for maximum flavor as it steeps.  See a step-by-step how-to video below.

Holds 25 oz.

Made in Japan.

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  1. "T" stands for Terrific

    Posted by Saber on 19th Dec 2014

    I love cold brewed tea but working with tea nets gets to be so messy! Between the dripping and getting it on your fingers, I really make it very rarely. Then I discovered this unit. It is wonderful! The tea leaves float inside the bottle and looks very nice. Then once you pour the tea, the inner filter catches the tea leaves giving you fresh clean tea. The tea tastes better as it does not taste harsh because it is brewed cold. Clean up is easy as the tea leaves are just poured out into the trash. But there are a couple of down sides to this unit. It only makes about two glasses of tea at a time and if you use a fine tea, you will want to use another tea screen over your glass to get the smaller particles of tea that will bypass the inner filter. In spite of those two disadvantages to this unit, I would still recommend it to anyone who likes cold tea. I would like to have all three colors - the red one for Tai Ice Tea, the green one for green teas and the white one for regular teas. Unfortunately the cost prohibits that for me.