FORLIFE Designs
$16.00
These infusers do not change the flavor of your tea, are easy to clean and are made from stainless steel. Even better, the holes are very fine, making the infuser perfect for brewing tea and herbs such as rooibos. After brewing in a mug or small teapot,...
Camellia Sinensis
$30.00
Perfect for tea on the go or at the office, this double-walled glass tumbler stays cold or hot, while protecting your fingers from the temperature within. It comes with an airtight lid as well as a fine mesh steel infuser. To use, simply unscrew the lid,...
Timolino
$21.00
This BPA-free infuser makes it easy to brew tea. Fill the reservoir with tea leaves, add hot water, then set on top of a cup after the desired steeping time, and tea pours freely from below. Can also be used for coffee brewing (though we recommend...
The Tea Spot
$32.95
This rugged and durable tea tumbler won the Best (non-electric) Tea Brewing Device at the 2018 World Tea Expo! Double-walled, insulated stainless steel body keeps tea hot tea hot for 10 hours, or iced tea cold for 20 hours. Holds 16 oz. and comes in...
Finum
$5.50
Very handy for on-the-go brewing, the sachet can simply be screwed down inside your to-go mug. Don’t want to deal with wet leaves? Simply toss the used filter into your compost after steeping. Also useful for re-steeping, as it can very easily be...
FORLIFE Designs
$20.75
These infusers do not change the flavor of your tea, are easy to clean and are made from stainless steel. Even better, the holes are very fine, making the infuser perfect for brewing tea and herbs such as rooibos. After brewing in a mug or small teapot,...
Finum
$10.50
Of German construction, these infusers do not change the flavor of your tea, and are very easy to clean. Another brilliant feature is that after brewing right in your mug or small pot, the lid can be used as a drip tray. When finished, simply tap out...
$12.00
This classic white gaiwan consists of three parts: A saucer, bowl, and lid which fits just inside the top of the bowl. Tea leaves are put inside the bowl and hot water is added. As the leaves steep, the edge of the lid is used to stir the leaves around...