ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Tea Teapot

ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Teapot

I love tea but one thing I’m not very fond of is having to brew it. My mother is partial to loose leaf tea and that’s the kind which I think is a total hassle to brew and drink, especially since I have to take out my strainer to separate the leaves from the tea before I can drink it. Well, thank goodness for some people with some ingenuity because they’ve come up with theĀ ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Tea Teapot that’s seriously ingenious!

I know I’m probably not the only one who appreciates this contraption because it takes the difficult part of brewing and makes everything just so darned easy and convenient, I just might start having tea every day.

ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Tea Teapot

ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Tea Teapot

  • Dimensions (Teapot): 6″ x 4″ diameter
  • Capacity: 16 ounces (473 mL)
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Metal mesh filter never needs to be replaced
  • BPA-free plastic
  • Dimensions (Tea tins): 3.5″ x 4.5″ diameter
  • Tea tins include 4 oz of tea which make 50 cups
  • Note: Glass mug pictured is not included

TheĀ ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Tea Teapot is available from Vat19 and goes for $19.95. Totally worth every cent, in my opinion. It is also available for $18.99 at ThinkGeek, $14.95 at Cooking.com, $14.50 at Amazon.com, and $14.50 with free shipping at Buy.com.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at Gigadgetry.com.

2 Responses to “ingenuiTEA Loose Leaf Tea Teapot”

  1. I like my ingenuiTEA. I would like it even better if there were some sort of filter in the main compartment; as it is, loose tea bits tend to get stuck in the bottom–and if you miss any when washing the pot then it leaks, badly, onto whatever surface you place it on while brewing.

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