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I love gadgets and bought a MR. Coffee iced tea maker at walmart for $16 that you can use loose tea with. I decided to use some off this to make some iced. Some may think this tea iced wouldn’t taste good but it was Yummy!

Kristin

Oh cool. I’ve been wondering if one of those machines would work well with good loose teas. Please post if you use if for other teas! I want to know what works in it. :)

gmathis

We have one and make big pitchers of inexpensive Chinese oolong in the summer. You may already know this tip, but do let the brewed pitchers cool on their own before putting in the fridge so the tea doesn’t cloud up.

Fairyfli

Do you put a filter at all to cover the hole, when using loose leaf?

gmathis

Yes, we just use cheapie coffee filters.

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Kristin

Oh cool. I’ve been wondering if one of those machines would work well with good loose teas. Please post if you use if for other teas! I want to know what works in it. :)

gmathis

We have one and make big pitchers of inexpensive Chinese oolong in the summer. You may already know this tip, but do let the brewed pitchers cool on their own before putting in the fridge so the tea doesn’t cloud up.

Fairyfli

Do you put a filter at all to cover the hole, when using loose leaf?

gmathis

Yes, we just use cheapie coffee filters.

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Always been a tea drinker but just recently experienced loose leaf teas. LOVE LOVE LOVE actually trying new teas and it has become a bit of an obsession :) I like all types of tea, but I am not a fan of rooibos.
I am mommy to two little princesses who are also starting to love tea….(3 year old and 1 year old-thus my need for caffeine! although they get the non or very low caffeinated teas) And my husband will kill me soon if he keeps getting to the UPS boxes and mail before I do LOL I will have to start shipping it to my work!

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