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Premium Tea Infuser with Long Spoon Handle - Single Cup

$ 19.99 $ 12.49

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Make the perfect cup of tea every time - in just three simple steps -- Schefs Stainless Steel Tea Infuser makes it so easy!

- Measure the perfect amount of tea every time with our specially designed infuser
- Allow the water to perfectly steep your tea with our high capacity design that promotes optimal water flow and allows to you easily stir your tea
- Finally remove the infuser, relax, and enjoy your perfect cup of tea - when your done our infuser is easy to clean

Schefs stainless steel tea infuser was designed to make brewing a cup of tea as easy as possible

Loose leaf tea expand and needs lots of room when steeping to ensure the best flavor, so we designed our infuser to be larger and to allow optimal water flow. This allows the tea to fully expand and ensures that you get the true and full flavor of your favorite loose leaf teas. Don't waste your premium teas by cramming them into undersized infusers with poor water flow. After all - if you have picked the right tea, water temperature, and steep time- why let your infuser let you down - Use Schefs Tea Infuser to ensure the perfect cup of tea.

When you order today, you're protected by a 60 day, no-questions asked MONEY BACK GUARANTEE and world class customer service!

Schefs Stainless Steel Tea Infuser also makes the perfect gift - so buy two!

      • No messy clean up - Simply open, dump tea into trash, and rinse
      • Easy to fill - Simply use the infuser to measure the perfect amount of tea right from the container
      • Holds just the right amount of tea for perfect flavor and plenty of room for the tea to expand and bloom
      • Sturdy design to measure, infuse, and stir the perfect cup of tea
      • When you order today, you're protected by a 60 day, no-questions asked MONEY BACK GUARANTEE and world class customer service!

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