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Tea infuser all in one - Deluxe

A deluxe style tea infuser all-in-one: elegant carve shape, heat resistant base, spring controlled valve and integrated glass handle. Two sizes available: 350ml or 500ml.
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Teapot infuser all in one - Deluxe

A deluxe style tea infuser all-in-one: traditional teapot shape, spring controlled valve and integrated glass handle. Idea for home use, restaurants or cafes. Brewing capacity 600ml.
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Tea infuser all in one - Budget

A 500ml tea infuser and cup all-in-one. The brewing chamber has a ball valve to allow perfect control of brewing time while the outside cup could be used to serve or drink from. It is idea for office or home use.
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Kung Fu Glass Tea Infuser

A small tea infuser made of 100% heat resistant glass. It is ideal for brewing Kung-Fu teas. Capacity: 150-200ml.
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ZiSha tea mug with infuser

This is Yixing ZiSha tea mug, pot, cup and saucer all in one. It is an extremely versatile personal item which allows to brew a premium loose tea in the mug with an in-built strainer. The mug then turns into a cup once the strainer is removed.
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Many tea drinkers now are aware that loose teas are of better quality than teabags. Brewing loose leaf tea, however seems to be an issue as it requires more than just a mug.  Although the Chinese enjoy selecting their ideal teapots to brew their favourite teas, a convenient all-in-one tea infuser has appeared on the market during last decade, with its focus being on its ease of use.

These tea infusers are generally divided into two chambers, the upper chamber for brewing the tea and the lower chamber for the infused tea to drain into. The advantages of these infusers include:

- Avoidance of tea stewing.  As soon as the tea is brewed, it is drained. This avoids the problems the coffee plunger-style pot experiences, where the tea leaves soak   in the liquid until all the tea is consumed.

- The lower chamber can be used as a teapot to serve, or a cup from which to drink which makes the smaller versions handy for use in the office.

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