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Reddit reviews on Teapot with Infuser for Loose Tea - 40oz, 3-4 Cup Tea Infuser, Clear Glass Tea Kettle Pot with Strainer & Warmer - Loose Leaf, Iced Tea Maker & Brewer

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We found 2 Reddit mentions of Teapot with Infuser for Loose Tea - 40oz, 3-4 Cup Tea Infuser, Clear Glass Tea Kettle Pot with Strainer & Warmer - Loose Leaf, Iced Tea Maker & Brewer. Here are the top ones.

TEA POT FOR SMALL GROUPS: Large enough for brewing 3-4 cups, it’s the perfect kitchen accessory for hosting guests or brewing up a custom cup of loose leaf tea. This 40 ounce teapot is made of glass & brushed silver stainless steel & is designed with convenience and great design in mindSPILL-FREE & RUST-PROOF: The stainless steel lid locks into place to ensure water doesn’t leak out of your tea maker. The pot is easy to wipe clean & the removable 18/8 stainless steel mesh infuser is rust-free - allowing you to steep any type of loose tea leaves & brew your tea to any desired strengthMICROWAVABLE TEA POT: Simply fill with water, remove the lid & stainless steel infuser & pop it in the microwave to boil your water. This teapot eliminates the need to boil water separately and lets you do everything right in one teapot!COMFORTABLE & FUNCTIONAL: The ergonomic handle has a narrow pitcher style to save valuable kitchen space while feeling natural when handling warmer or hot tea. The lid & infuser easily detach in order to make cleaning simple and quick!CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: We're confident you'll love our Glass and Stainless Steel Teapot Infuser. However, if you're not completely satisfied, we'll give you a 100% refund within 90 days of purchase--NO QUESTIONS ASKED! Makes for the PERFECT gift for Christmas, Birthdays or Anniversaries!

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Found 2 comments on Teapot with Infuser for Loose Tea - 40oz, 3-4 Cup Tea Infuser, Clear Glass Tea Kettle Pot with Strainer & Warmer - Loose Leaf, Iced Tea Maker & Brewer:

u/Shirakawasuna · 1 pointr/tea

Teapots are often different from kettles, so figure out which one (or both) you want.

If you're thinking about a kettle, the electric ones are fantastic and the most efficient way to heat water. If you get one with tea temp settings or digital temperatures, you'll be perfectly set up.

Teapots come in many shapes and sizes and are good for different proposes. A 100 mL Chinese-style teapot is great for gongfu for one person, while a 500 mL is great for a party.

It's really a matter of what aesthetic you prefer. There are many styles of teapots and ways of using them. Here are some tips:

  1. You want a spout that pours nicely, so avoid overly rounded ones. This matters less if you choose a tiny teapot meant for pouring into a sharing pitcher, as you're gonna totally invert the thing while pouring.

  2. Use a fine filter. This could be fine mesh or a stainless steel basket with tiny holes.

  3. Ensure there's room for tea leaves to expand - don't use a tea ball or similarly-sized filter.

  4. Pay attention to the size of the teapot. I think 150-300 mLs is perfect, but that's just me.

  5. Have a plan for timed steeps. If you're using a sharing pitcher, you just pour the liquor out at the right time. If you're keeping the liquor in the teapot, you'll need a place to put the strainer.

    Here are some example styles of teapots that are very nice for loose leaf:

u/bananaboob · 1 pointr/tea

I have a Breville one-touch, which is similar to the Hamilton Beach 40865 Glass Kettle except it has the basket. You definitely will need something that allows you to monitor water temperature or else you run the risk of scorching your tea, which makes it very bitter.

I'm personally more of a mug person, because I like to drink my tea 16oz at a time so things like Travel Tea Set by Music City Tea don't appeal to me because size. When I was new to loose leaf and before I got my Breville I used this because it's a low-cost, low commitment apparatus that's super easy to use. That way, you're not spending a lot of money on something you don't know if you'll even be into. It's not as cute, or as fancy, but it's a cost-effective introduction to loose leaf.

That being said, you definitely want an infuser that allows the tea leaves to expand, like a basket or teapot-basket combo because tea leaves love to expand. I also think expanded tea leaves produce better flavor, but that might be just me.