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T-Free Tea Travel Mug / Tea Maker from Teaware

T-Free Tea Travel Mug / Tea Maker

Make your tea and coffee anywhere, anytime
Make iced tea easily just with one tumbler – Infuse your tea and put ice cube. It’s that easy!
No more bitter, strong tea caused by over-steeping
Beautiful curved hourglass look – revolutionary design!

Product Features
500mL (16.9 fl oz) hourglass-shaped tea tumbler offers a stylish way to carry beverages on the go.
Sturdy BPA-free construction with silicone sleeve, which protects your hand from excessive heat.
Prevent over-steeping just by turning over the tumbler – no more bitter taste caused by over-steeping.
Unique both-caps-open system allows you to keep the tumbler clean very easily.
Removable, extremely fine stainless-steel strainer keeps loose tea and coffee in bottle.

Material: Tritan(BPA free plastic), Stainless steel infuser, Silicon
Size: 500ml (16.9 fl oz)
Made: Japan (China OEM)
Price: $19.5

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  • “The coolest tea travel mug around! Just make sure you screw the caps on tightly! I love using this tea tumbler for cold steeps and iced tea, but it also does well with hot green and white...” Read full review
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    awkwardsoul 931 tasting notes
  • “Best tea tumbler I've ever used. The basket has tiny holes instead of being a mesh, so I'm unlikely to break it and only the tiniest bit of tea particles get through. I love that you can flip it to...” Read full review
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    Milpreve 14 tasting notes

2 Reviews

85
931 tasting notes

The coolest tea travel mug around! Just make sure you screw the caps on tightly! I love using this tea tumbler for cold steeps and iced tea, but it also does well with hot green and white teas.

I got this travel tumbler from http://zentealife.com/

The bad? It advises not to use boiling water in the instructions. You wouldn’t want to use anything more than 200F anyways as the body also gets pretty hot. The filter is also on the small side and is a tight fit if you use whole leaf teas intended to make a full 16oz tumbler of tea.

I still love this tumbler though – no leaks and it looks really cool!

Full review on my blog, The Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/t-free-hourglass-travel-tea-tumbler-tea-ware-review/

OMGsrsly

I was hoping you’d review this! I’ve been pondering getting one for summer cold brewing on-the-go. :)

ashmanra

Nice review! His did you get the owl to stay upright in the gaiwan? :)

Awkward Soul

I got lucky on the the size of the owl and the squishyness of her feet, plus she was well behaved.

Cavocorax

Thanks for the review! I was checking that tumbler out but didn’t quite “get” how it works. This helps a ton!

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100
14 tasting notes

Best tea tumbler I’ve ever used. The basket has tiny holes instead of being a mesh, so I’m unlikely to break it and only the tiniest bit of tea particles get through. I love that you can flip it to stop the steeping, and you don’t have to take out the basket to drink it. Not so good for use when driving, but fantastic for drinking out and about.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C

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