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Reddit reviews on FORLIFE Stump Teapot with SLS Lid and Infuser, 18-Ounce, Red

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 4

We found 4 Reddit mentions of FORLIFE Stump Teapot with SLS Lid and Infuser, 18-Ounce, Red. Here are the top ones.

Dishwasher safeDo not use in microwave or ovenDo not put on flame or heating elementLet boiling water settle about 15-20-second before pouringUse baking soda dissolved in warm water to clean tea stain as needed

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Found 4 comments on FORLIFE Stump Teapot with SLS Lid and Infuser, 18-Ounce, Red:

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/tea

Are you specifically looking for cast iron? Most do better with a tea-warmer, as cast iron can lose heat quickly. Also, it doesn't come with a infuser basket.

If you are just looking for a nice teapot, you should check out the Stump teapot. It comes with an infuser basket. I have one and love it. My only complaint is that the basket can be hard to get out, since it doesn't have a handle. I think the Curve teapots do have handles on the basket, although that's a bit more expensive than the Stump.

u/carlaacat · 2 pointsr/tea

Teapot with infuser basket, an infuser basket that you can put on a mug, and a selection of looseleaf teas. What does she like so far? In addition, some jasmine flowering teas (and a large glass mug) make a beautiful gift.

I have one of these teapots, which makes two smaller cups for one, and I love it: http://www.amazon.com/FORLIFE-Stump-18-Ounce-Teapot-Infuser/dp/B000FLG8XC I belive they also sell infuser baskets, but you can also find really pretty ones. Just make sure it's mesh or has very fine holes.

u/tme001 · 2 pointsr/tea

Get a tea pot.


This is a good one, it holds about 16 oz of tea and comes with an infuser.

You'll also need tea, which you can find from nearly anywhere. I like ordering from Adagio, their tea is good. Get loose leaf if that's what you're wanting to do. I recommend starting with a black, green, white, and oolong tea. If you like flavors, great, I prefer just the pure tea. I would start with just pure tea to get a baseline for what they're like.

You can take the hobby as deep as you'd like. I would really recommend you get an electric kettle as well because you can easily heat water at an exact temperature, they're very useful because each type of tea steeps at a different temp and time.

u/UnwashedMeme · 1 pointr/tea

I just got a Forlife Stump 16-Ounce that I've been pretty happy with. It's probably a bit smaller than what you're looking for though.