A variety of styles of strainers and infusers to make steeping your loose tea easy!
This just goes to show how fun something useful can be.
Do you know someone who would enjoy this little duck?
This is the finest infuser out there. This stainless steel infuser has a screw top lid, very fine perforations and a solid bottom to catch small particles. Best infuser for fine leaf teas and rooibos.
Our favorite infuser.
A wire mesh tea strainer with two handles that fits nicely over the opening of a tea cup, mug or teapot. Lots of room for leaves and easy to clean. Can be used as an infuser or strainer.
A fancy handle tea strainer that fits nicely over a cup or teapot opening. Afterwards the strainer can be placed in it's own bowl.
The strainer rests on your teacup, and catches the leaves as you pour tea through it.
Stainless steel & perfect for brewing a single mug of tea.
$5.95 / 4.5cm ball
$6.50 / 5cm ball
Stainless steel teaballs ranging in size from mug-size to a large teapot. The sizes indicate the diameter of the teaball. You may want to measure the opening of your teapot to determine which teaball to order.
$3.25 / 4.5cm
$4.25 / 5cm
$4.95 / 6.5cm
Suitable for teapot only. This infuser will fit a teapot with a 7cm diameter and minimum 11cm depth.
A large mesh infuser where the top unscrews. Measures 6 cm. Good for herbal teas.
100% cotton. Can be used for repeated brewing.
This little gadget is useful when cleaning the spout of your favorite teapot. The wire bristles help in removing any buildup of calcium in the spout.
Metal clips that fit in your teapot spout which can help eliminate drips. Helps most pots, but will not work on every style, especially pots with very wide spouts. Two clips per package.
The drip catcher hooks around the teapots handle & holds a sponge in place under the spout.
2 drip catchers per package.
Matcha whisk of natural bamboo.
The mate gourd and spoon, traditionally called the calebasse and the bombilla, are used to drink yerba mate in Brazil. This tradition developed in small villages and is still practiced today. The spoon, made out of the traditional silver, has a built on sive to prevent the yerba mate leaves from being pulled into the mouth. Each gourd is carved out by hand and topped with a metal rim.
Useful for removing teabags from the bottom of the pot.
A stainless steel measuring spoon for a "Perfect Cup of Tea".
100 unbleached tea filters, intended for single use or a 2 cup pot.
100 unbleached tea filters, intended for single use or up to a 4 cup teapot.
100 unbleached tea filters, intended for larger teapots, 4 - 8 cups.