Dreamfarm Teafu Squeeze Tea Infuser from Teaware

Dreamfarm Teafu Squeeze Tea Infuser

Teafu is a silicone tea infuser and scoop all bundled into a clever and fun design, it even has a built-in stand!

How does it work? By Squeezing Teafu’s flexible silicone pod it forces water in and out, circulating more water around your tea leaves which brews them faster, letting you enjoy your tea sooner. The flexible infuser pod also lets you squeeze out every last drop from your tea leaves, so when your tea is ready you can stand your Teafu on the counter without any mess. Teafu opens completely flat which makes it easy to clean and allows you to scoop your favourite tea into its pod just like using a spoon.

Features for Teafu – silicone tea infuser and scoop all-in-one :
Scoop your tea, squeeze, then stand
Eliminate mess by squeezing out every last drop of tea into your cup before standing Teafu up on the bench.
Easily scoop your favourite tea into Teafu just like using a spoon because it opens completely flat.
Ergonomic handle makes it easy to squeeze Teafu and infuse your tea quickly.
Dishwasher safe.
Premium-grade silicone is heat resistant to 260°C/500°F.
Colour: Mixed colours.
Weight: 67g
Height: 17cm / 6.7"
Model: Teafu
Brand: Dreamfarm

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  • “When I saw this silicone tea infuser and read the promises, I thought I had found a solution to the dripping of tea-balls all over my table or kitchen counter, a solution that would allow me to use...” Read full review
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When I saw this silicone tea infuser and read the promises, I thought I had found a solution to the dripping of tea-balls all over my table or kitchen counter, a solution that would allow me to use only this “magic” spoon, instead of my measuring spoon, the tea ball in 2 parts and the small dish to put the tea-ball after infusing. I did not buy it straight away as I found it a bit expensive. But the colors were so nice.
After about one month, I finally bought it and brought it home very excited.
Then I started using it and reality quickly came back.
1. I mostly brew tea in a teapot (750 or 1000 ml); most of the tea infuser handle gets into the brewing water. It’s not so easy when taking it out to get a strong grip on the wet and hot handles to squeeze sufficiently the infuser, so that it does not drip
2. the silicone egg comes in 2 parts that get closed with the help of small magnets on both side of the egg. The egg can also slide along the metallic handle. As a result, I’ve noticed that both parts of the egg are sometimes not perfectly aligned and then do not close perfectly tight, which means some of the tea leaves end up in the teapot. Moreover, it seems to happen more often when I’m brewing small loose rooibos rather than jasmine pearls or large oolong leaves ;)
3. last thing, after maybe 5 uses, the silicone around one metallic bar out of 4 split vertically; this side of the egg probably tend to move more which probably increased the frequency of problem number 2.
4. the egg opens very largely; I’ve actually never managed to get loose tea from an aluminum tea bag out in the spoon and then close the spoon without spilling half of it over my counter. So I still use the measuring spoon as it’s more convenient.
Honestly I’ve actually come back to my basic tea-balls for most of the time.

In my opinion, his product is a nice-looking but expensive gadget, a bit fragile and not so convenient as promised. I do not recommend its purchase, though it might be somehow practical for use directly in a cup/mug at work, for instance.

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