Steep & Go from Teaware

Steep & Go

Best new Product 2012 WorldTeaExpo
Cold brew tea infuser
Works great with most greens, whites & herbal teas.
BPA-free….Dishwasher-safe…(available in 4 colors)

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  • “I got mine from the Tea Spot. I love this thing. It took me a failed first attempt to figure it out, though, as I put the leaves into the little tube (hey, it looked like a little steeping...” Read full review
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    LiberTEAS 4624 tasting notes
  • “Here's a new product that I picked up at Happy Lucky's for $6.95 but also saw at the Boulder Tea Festival. It was Best New Product at the world tea expo this year and invented by The Tea Spot (also...” Read full review
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    bonniejohnstone 673 tasting notes
  • “I received this today and will rate later after I have spent some time with it. The only bottle I had was a Balance MIND Wild-Harvested Flower Essence Spring Water - Bottle...it didn't fit exactly...” Read full review
    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “I bought the steep & go before Christmas and am finally trying it out. But for the life of me I can't get it screwed on. I bought a bottle of Dasani (16.9 oz) to try this out and every way I've...” Read full review
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    voldoll75 1 tasting notes

4 Reviews

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4624 tasting notes

I got mine from the Tea Spot.

I love this thing. It took me a failed first attempt to figure it out, though, as I put the leaves into the little tube (hey, it looked like a little steeping basket) instead of directly in the bottle. But, when used properly, this delivers some seriously delicious cold-brewed tea! And it’s SO easy to get from point A (no cold-brewed tea) to point B (cold-brewed tea happiness!)

I have had no problem with leakage – I was lucky to have a 16.9 oz Dasani bottle on hand as we tend to refill and reuse water bottles around here (I don’t like spending a dollar … usually more … for a 16 oz bottle of water, and since we filter our water anyway, it just makes more sense to me to refill the bottles). I let the leaves infuse for about 10 minutes before I started really drinking it, but, I did take a sip at about 5 minutes and it was a little light on flavor, but still really good. I’m using the Bolder Blues tea with this at the moment (which I’ll mention in the next tasting note)… I LOVE this item… so easy to use (when used properly).

DaisyChubb

I definitely need one of these to add to the tea stuff collection. It’s quite brilliant!

Bonnie

Love it! I ran into Bo at the tea festival and told him I had one. He looked surprised! Then remembered he sold some to Happy Lucky’s at the World Tea Expo in Las Vegas…ah ha! So I got mine not even knowing the Tea Spot had invented it.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

They are awesome! I’ve got the violet one. I’ve stocked in my Teashop online as well. :)

momo

I want one too after everyone’s reviews of it, ahh. Given none of my other bottles are good for tossing in a bag, I should get one soon before the fall semester starts up.

momo

As you could probably tell, soon was five minutes later lol

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

LOL :) Yes, I did notice. Thank you! Well, on the plus side at least you got it off your “To-Do” list.

Barb

It’s weird to see one “drank” a device used for steeping tea, innit? I just drank a Bodum Tea for One.

LiberTEAS

yes it is, I’m kind of used to it now, but the first few times I saw it was was laughing so hard. My family thought I was nuts.

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Here’s a new product that I picked up at Happy Lucky’s for $6.95 but also saw at the Boulder Tea Festival. It was Best New Product at the world tea expo this year and invented by The Tea Spot (also from Boulder). I ran into Bo at the Festival and he gave me a little brochure about this invention which comes in 4 colors.

I love this! Here’s how it works.

The infuser top screws onto Dasani, Evian and Volvic water bottles (probably others also). Then you put your tea leaves into the bottle and screw the top on. Put the bottle in the frig or take it with you and you’re all set to drink the brew out of the sipper top with no fear of leaves getting in the way or clogging. (There’s a 3 inch filter rod that extends down into the bottle keeping your tea leaf free.)

Genius! Easy!
Dishwasher safe too!

What a great invention! I would have put a photo of the invention but the item on the Tea Spot website could not be copied to fit into the Steepster format.

mrmopar

you got to send me a link to where i can get a couple of these. please please i will be nice.lol!

Bonnie

The Tea Spot Website (this is their product)

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6770 tasting notes

I received this today and will rate later after I have spent some time with it. The only bottle I had was a Balance MIND Wild-Harvested Flower Essence Spring Water – Bottle…it didn’t fit exactly so water did drip…but not that it’s the products fault as it does come with size/fitted suggestions and this was an odd sized water bottle and design.

I’m almost finished cold brewing something else and this time I AM using a Dasani Water Bottle which was 1 of 3 bottles that was suggested in my information packet!

Bonnie

With the correct bottle mine doesn’t drip. Liking it too and the holes are small enough that it cleans up super easily.

TeaEqualsBliss

I did use the Dasani this last time and drippage was MUCH MUCH Less…next to nil, actually. So that is good. I’m going to tinker with cold brewing times and amounts tho before rating :)

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Glad to hear you are liking this. I’ve actually starting carrying this in my shop as well. :)

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I bought the steep & go before Christmas and am finally trying it out. But for the life of me I can’t get it screwed on. I bought a bottle of Dasani (16.9 oz) to try this out and every way I’ve tried I can’t get it threaded. Is there some magic trick to it?

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