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1. Bodum Assam 6-Cup Tea Press
$19.95 list($24.99)
2. Bodum Assam 4-Cup Tea Press
3. Bodum Assam 2-Cup Tea Press
$49.99 list($94.00)
4. Bodum Columbia 4-Cup Thermal Tea
$29.99 list($40.00)
5. Bodum De Chine 4-Cup Glass Teapot
$12.99 $9.99 list($17.50)
6. Bodum Yo Yo Tea Infuser With Lid,
$14.99
7. Bodum Ceylon Ice Tea Brewer/Pitcher
$69.99 list($120.00)
8. Bodum Teabowl
$24.99 list($33.50)
9. Bodum The de Chine 2-Cup Glass
$49.99 $39.00 list($67.00)
10. Bodum Naoko Stainless-Steel 4-Cup
$14.99 list($20.00)
11. Bodum The de Chine Personal Glass
$9.99 list($13.50)
12. Bodum YoYo Personal Tea Infuser
$6.99 list($9.50)
13. Bodum 3-Cup Coffee Press Replacement
$29.99 list($40.00)
14. Bodum De Chine 4-Cup Glass Teapot
$29.99 list($37.50)
15. Bodum 5500-01USA Ibis Cordless
$19.99 list($27.00)
16. Bodum Stainless Steel Vacuum Travel
list($39.99)
17. Bodum Shin Cha 4-Cup Tea Press
$24.99 list($33.50)
18. Bodum The de Chine 2-Cup Glass
$7.99 list($11.00)
19. Bodum Replacement 4 Cup Glass
$39.99 list($50.00)
20. BonJour 1370-70 Classic Insulated

1. Bodum Assam 6-Cup Tea Press
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005LM10
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 1021
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Who knows more about tea than the British? When the British Tea Council asked Bodum to develop a new way of brewing tea, the result was this unique press that's almost as much fun to look at as it is to use. Simply fill the strainer with tea leaves and add boiling water--a slow process, but well worth the time. (You could also use tea bags, but why would you want to?) The clear jug lets you see the tea as it's steeping, allowing you to customize its strength to your taste. When the tea is strong enough, slowly depress the plunger to stop the brewing. You won't have any tea leaves to read at the bottom of your cup, but there's no mess and no need to remove the strainer before you pour. But be forewarned: the Bodum press doesn't retain heat quite as well as a traditional teapot, so you might want to use a tea cozy if you're not drinking the whole pot in one sitting. It's a shame to cover up such a beautiful design, but that's the way the tea leaf tumbles. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Heat resistant borosilicate glass, stainless steel lid, polycarbonate strainer and plunger
  • Brew tea without removing the infuser
  • 48-ounce capacity
  • All parts are dishwasher safe
  • Designed for the British Tea Council

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars EASY TO USE, GREAT TEA!
This tea press is very easy to use, and makes great tea. You just need to add the appropriate amount of tea to the basket, add boiling water, let the tea brew for about five minutes (black tea), and press the plunger, which isolates the tea leaves in the bottom of the basket preventing excess brewing. This way you never get bitter tea! This pot is big enough to make a thermos of tea.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use, makes a great cup of tea, dishwasher clean up
I bought two of these in the personal and large size a few years ago. It is very easy to use. Scoop loose tea in the plastic bucket. Pour in boiling water. Put the lid back on. When the tea is the right color, push the plunger connected to the lid. The tea becomes compressed below the holes in the plastic bucket stopping the brewing process. When done, I rinse the loose tea into the garbage disposal, then put the pot, lid and bucket into the dishwasher where it comes out unstained and ready to use. Its great.
Two small downsides. On the smaller model, you have to hold the lid onto the pot when pouring from a really full pot. It may leak a little otherwise. I don't have this problem with the larger model. The other thing is if you use a tea with a very large leaf, like some of the green teas, it takes the water some time to drain through the holes in the bucket, possibly two or three fills before the pot is full. But that's not really a big deal in my book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Those Brits Just Rock When It Comes To Tea Prep!
I just ordered and received this 6 cup Bodum Assam tea press and I LOVE IT! It is my very favorite Amazon purchase thus far!

It used to be such a pain to fill a little stainless steel strainer tea ball to make loose tea, nevermind the pain in the 'tocks in regards to clean up involved but THIS TEA PRESS is great, easy to clean, and makes a nice cup of tea. I can usually down the whole pot by myself without the tea loosing heat. I don't like to drink my tea BOILING hot either... I highly recommend this tea press.

Another thing I love about it is that it is clear glass and you can see just how strong & dark your tea is steeping.

If you care to have your tea stay BOILING HOT, Bodum also makes a little candle tea warmer to sit your tea press on, item #B0000U6PUE that you add a tea light to. VERY QUAINT!

Also, as an aside... DO NOT WASH this tea press. Just rinse with hot tap water. The stains on the plastic insert and the glass make tea taste better. Don't believe a YANK? Ask ANY BRIT!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars For the dismayed reviewer: It's a TEA PRESS, not a kettle!
It's really funny to see that people do not read the descriptions of things before they buy them and get angry about their own incapability to use whatever they bought. This Bodum teapot is called a Tea Press, but even if it was called just a teapot every tea lover would understand that it is not a kettle and is not supposed to be used on a stove.
Great teapot! I had one for 4 years. Recently it broke while I was washing it in a sink and hit it with a heavy platter, so a dishwasher is a good idea.
As for staining, books about tea making will tell you not to clean the stains - just rinse a teapot with cold water. These stains are part of good tasting tea!

1-0 out of 5 stars Looks pretty, but not practical or useful
The only thing that can be said for this pot is that it holds alot of water and looks nice. I was dismayed to find it cannot be used on stovetop. Why buy a teapot if you have to have a separate pot to boil water in? It also must be handled carefully with hot liquid, as the warning on the bottom says. The surface does not insulate well so that it is dangerous to touch when hot and does not hold heat for very long either. As for it's other claim to convenience, the see-through steeping, it's nothing that I couldn't already do with my clear pitcher and a tea ball. This just isn't what I was looking for. ... Read more


2. Bodum Assam 4-Cup Tea Press
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.95
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Asin: B00005LM0Z
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 498
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Who knows more about tea than the British? When the British Tea Council asked Bodum to develop a new way of brewing tea, the result was this unique press that's almost as much fun to look at as it is to use. Simply fill the strainer with tea leaves and add boiling water--a slow process, but well worth the time. (You could also use tea bags, but why would you want to?) The clear jug lets you see the tea as it's steeping, allowing you to customize its strength to your taste. When the tea is strong enough, slowly depress the plunger to stop the brewing. You won't have any tea leaves to read at the bottom of your cup, but there's no mess and no need to remove the strainer before you pour. But be forewarned: the Bodum press doesn't retain heat quite as well as a traditional teapot, so you might want to use a tea cozy if you're not drinking the whole pot in one sitting. It's a shame to cover up such a beautiful design, but that's the way the tea leaf tumbles. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Heat resistant borosilicate glass, stainless steel lid, polycarbonate strainer and plunger
  • Brew tea without removing the infuser
  • 32-ounce capacity
  • All parts are dishwasher safe
  • Designed for the British Tea Council

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars a lovely product if you are using it for what it's made for
I bought this with the bodum tea warmer (the electic one they sell here) and use it every morning at work. It is WONDERFUL, as I can brew up tea or just have hot water on hand for teabags or my chai tea mixes. There's a hot water tap at work from the coffee maker, so it's simple to fill up. If I had this at home, I'd get a 4-cup pyrex cup so I could microwave that much water at once.

CLEANING:
You use a scrub brush every few days if needed. One of those yellow sponges with green scrubbies on them. The infuster does NOT hold on to flavor unless you are simply not washing it. The infuser is plastic, so if you don't actually wash it off but just run water over it, yes it will retain odor/taste. You have to have a semi abrasive action to take off whatever hangs around. Really not an issue if you aren't a completely lazy bum. Takes me about 30 seconds to run a scrubby sponge around the inside and outside and I only need to do that if I've left it sitting around for hours on end with strong tea leaves inside.

The plunger does NOT get stuck unless you are a complete weakling or have a defective product. There's suction at work once you've pushed it all the way down, so of course it won't glide up smoothly with a light tug. I probably use more strength opening a jar of jam than I do lifting the plunger.

Combine this with the warmer and you've a GREAT product. You can have tea on hand for hours and sip your mornings away.

They also sell a 2 cup and a 6 cup model. Judge how much you might drink and then pick the one that suits you best. I sometimes wish I had the 6 cup one instead, as I find that if I have that much tea on hand at my desk, it's very easy to drink and suddenly find it all gone without thinking about it. I love it.

3-0 out of 5 stars plastic infuser absorbs odors and tastes from flavored tea
I recently purchased this pot from Amazon, and also ordered a variety of high grade specialty teas from another internet company. One of the teas was a cranberry tea, which had dried cranberries in the blend. I cleaned the infuser well after brewing the flavored tea, but found my next brew of oolong tasted like the cranberry! The plastic infuser apparently absorbs odors and tastes very easily... and these flavors are difficult to remove without long-term soaking. Overall, the pot itself works very well, but be careful if you like a variety of blends and flavors.

5-0 out of 5 stars You can See!!!
I received this tea press as a present and I love it. It is easy to clean and easy to see the strength of the tea brewing. In the time it takes to heat the water, you can fill the basket with your favorite loose tea, take your cup and saucer from the cabinet and put some cookies on a plate. And did I say how easy it is to clean? I take my tea leaves and feed my plants with them, then I simply rinse and wash the parts.

2-0 out of 5 stars Stuck plunger
The idea is nice, and I did not have a problem with leaves escaping. However the leaf container is annoyingly difficult to clean, and worse, after you set the plunger, it gets stuck and is difficult to remove. I ended up using a normal infuser and drip tray.

1-0 out of 5 stars I expected more from Bodum
I purchased a 4 cup Bodum teapot as a christmas gift and sent it directly to the recipient. Recently, during a visit I tried to use the teapot. I found that the cover was flimsy and fit the teapot only when the tea basket was in place. The cover fell off when the pot was tipped. The teapot arrived, I learned, with a broken positioning flange on the tea basket. I was disappointed to have given this as a gift. I expected more from Bodum. ... Read more


3. Bodum Assam 2-Cup Tea Press

Asin: B00025FOU4
Catlog: Kitchen
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4. Bodum Columbia 4-Cup Thermal Tea Press, Stainless Steel
list price: $94.00
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000U7EMW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 17171
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Features

  • Measures 5 by 5-3/4 inches; dishwasher-safe
  • Thermal press for steeping tea; 4-cup capacity
  • Double-walled stainless-steel construction keeps beverage hot
  • Elegant rounded design with polished chrome finish
  • Small convenient size; ideal for home or office

5. Bodum De Chine 4-Cup Glass Teapot
list price: $40.00
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000U6PTA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 14024
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Amazon.com Review

Designed specifically to showcase the transcendent hues of green tea, the Bodum De Chine glass teapot holds loose-leaf tea in its wide glass filter/infuser. When the user adds water heated to 190 degrees F (the appropriate temperature for brewing green tea), the leaves open gradually to expose their delicate flavors and aromas. The mesmerizing process is an ideal tonic for a stressful workweek, or as a complement to reading, reflecting, and other relaxing activities.

The pot is made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass, so it holds up to the strain of boiling water. Once the tea has finished steeping, the user simply removes the filter and pours the beverage. The lid also acts as a trivet for the infuser, keeping the counter or table dry. Bodum also sells a replacement filter if the original is lost or damaged. Though designed for green tea, the De Chine teapot is equally appropriate for loose-leaf black, oolong, and white teas and herbal infusions, though users will have to adjust the water temperature accordingly. The 32-ounce teapot makes four 8-ounce cups of tea, and is dishwasher-safe. --Rivers Janssen ... Read more

Features

  • 32-ounce size makes four 8-ounce cups; dishwasher-safe
  • Glass teapot designed for brewing green tea
  • Heat-resistant borosilicate glass stows boiling water safely
  • Removable glass filter infuses loose-leaf tea in the center of the pot
  • Lid doubles as a trivet to hold filter

6. Bodum Yo Yo Tea Infuser With Lid, Stainless Steel
list price: $17.50
our price: $12.99
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Asin: B0000U7EMM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 1758
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This stainless-steel infuser is ideal for the tea drinker who loves to make one perfect cup at a time. With flanges that fit over any standard size mug or cup, the infuser stays put when hot water is added and holds loose tea leaves that won’t escape through the network of minute holes. The stainless-steel lid keeps heat in during brewing, and doubles as a drip-catching trivet under the infuser when done. Measuring 3-1/4 by 2-1/4 inches, with a flange span of 4 inches, the infuser can be washed either by hand or in the dishwasher.--Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Use you own standard size mug
  • Stainless steel filter
  • Lid acts as a trivet for the used filter
  • Make drinking loose leaf tea as easy as using tea bags

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars good infuser
This is my first infuser. I was looking for one made of stainless steel, but not those ball-shaped ones.

It works pretty well. The tea I have has some small particles which gets through the mesh, but that's okay. Happens with tea bags, too.

I use the lid upside down while infusing (instead of sunken in like the picture), mostly so I can get it off quickly. Be careful, though; it's hot!

My infuser did not come with a brush, like the description states. However, cleanup is pretty easy. I can rinse off all the leaves if the leaves are still wet. I use a sponge if something looks stuck.

It sits pretty well over a standard mug and covers the whole opening while sitting in the mug. ... Read more


7. Bodum Ceylon Ice Tea Brewer/Pitcher
list price: $14.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005LM19
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 3657
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Winter or summer, no Southerner will be found without a glass of icedtea in hand. With Bodum's Ceylon ice tea pitcher, brewing a superlative freshversion of this beverage is a breeze even for the Mason-Dixon-challenged amongus. Simply place tea leaves in the brewing column, pour a few ounces of boilingwater over them, fill the jug with cold water, and leave it in the fridge. Thenext morning, add lemon and sugar and start counting the hours until it's timeto switch to juleps; you don't even have to remove the leaves in order to pour.Bodum's classic design makes this an attractive serving pitcher as well.--Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Brews fresh-tasting iced tea overnight
  • Fits in most refrigerator doors
  • 32-ounce capacity; uses tea leaves and water
  • Doubles as a pitcher

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not great
This pitcher does what it says, but after using it for a few months I have to wonder if this pitcher is special enough to warrant the price. The 'pull in-pull out' compartment that holds tea bags or lemons is nice. But the plastic is so thin after a few uses it starts to warp out of shape. If youre not supposed to pour hot water in the pitcher, what is the point of using it? I really like the slim-ness of the pitcher overall (fits in the fridge well), and I don't mind its small capacity, but its overall fragile build leaves me wishing the manufacturers would have just created something more sturdy. I'd say someone is better off just brewing tea in a regular tupperware pitcher for half the price.

3-0 out of 5 stars not what i expected
i bought this teamaker because i interpreted the description to mean that it somehow brewed iced tea more easily than the usual boil-the-water-cool-it-off method. i found that the overnight in cold water method recommended makes really uninteresting tea. i started using the traditional boiling water method.

since i bought this two years ago, i have had none of the problems more recent users have mentioned. the plastic on my model seems quite sturdy, so i suspect even bodum has succumbed to cheap manufacturing in the interim.

as a convenient pitcher to cool and store iced tea in, its nice. and removing the tea leaves after brewing is simple with the insert--no need to juggle two containers and a seive. but it certainly isn't a clever, easier way to make iced tea.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice and handy, at a good price!
A nice product--I have the 50 oz. version, and bought 2 more as gifts. It STILL isn't big enough! No recipes or instructions in the box, but here are instructions from Bodum's website:

We enjoy a natural and sensual drink for what it is and not for what it has been turned into through domestic science and obscure ingredients. Nature itself provides the most delightful tastes, and tea is one of them. Making ice tea in a natural way may not be as fast as opening a bag of powder and mixing it with water, but if you are conscious about what you fill your body with, the Bodum Ceylon Ice Tea Maker is a true, relatively simple to use, alternative. Add your preferred tea leaves into the filter. Pour 3 to 4 oz of boiling water over the leaves, and fill the jug with cold water from the tap. Close the lid, and leave the tea jug in the fridge overnight. The next morning you will have a tasty iced tea. If you want it really cold pour the tea into glasses filled with ice. The SAN plastic tea maker holds 50 oz and will fit in most fridge door shelves, and we don't need to say that it is dishwasher safe.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great iced tea pitcher BUT...
The "BUT" stands for my sincere wish that the pitcher was about 50% larger and that the plastic of which it is made was just a little heavier. Otherwise, love it. Going to drink a lot of great iced tea this summer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does what it claims to
Does what it claims to, elegantly, but small leaf particles get through the filter. Takes time for tea to brew. ... Read more


8. Bodum Teabowl
list price: $120.00
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00005LM17
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 11143
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Winner of the Most Likely to Make Your Friends Say "What the Hell IsThat?" Award, this striking tea bowl perches on three diminutive rubber-tippedlegs while its lid seems to float somewhere above the beverage within. Becauseit's made by Bodum, the tea bowl's lively interplay of geometrical shapes isn'tjust quirky or stylish; it's highly functional too. The body's large surfacearea and the temperature differential between interior and exterior allows hotwater to circulate. The water thus comes into contact with all of the tea leavesrather than just a few, making for a brew that extracts every bit of flavor fromyour tea. The oversized strainer is easy to remove and clean, and its doublemesh is so fine that not even the smallest scrap of loose tea will leach intoyour drink. Constructed from stainless steel and brass with a laminated woodhandle, the tea bowl makes for an unforgettable wedding or anniversary gift.--Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Oversized tea strainer is easy to remove and clean
  • Large surface area allows hot water and tea leaves to circulate
  • 43-ounce capacity is enough for 5-6 servings of tea
  • Stainless steel and brass construction
  • Dishwasher safe on top rack

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, keeps things warm
This is a beautiful example of Scandinavian design, Danish, specifically. It's funky but functional--I keep mine out on the dining room table so guests see it, and no one fails to comment. It has a "double hull" to keep water warm in it for about 20 minutes to half an hour. I have no idea why another reviewer felt like it didn't keep tea warm long enough; that has not been my experience whatsoever. It *is* true that the metal tab on the wire mesh insert that holds the tea leaves (which tab you use to pull the mesh out) can get very hot if you need to remove it right away after pouring hot water for some reason, but this hasn't been an issue since I steep my tea a good three minutes and it's cool enough to touch at that point.

I recommend it for looks alone--it's a great piece. But it's also highly functional. This is what's characteristic about so much Scandinavian design, really: practical function and innovative form go hand in hand. If you're not an innovative-design person, get a boring old traditional teapot. But if you are a design person, this is the teapot for you.

2-0 out of 5 stars Looks nice but...
It makes tea and will certainly produce a crop of questions along the lines of "What on earth is that" It has, however, a number of drawbacks. First and most serious, the tea becomes cold very quickly since the teabowl has no insulation. Secondly, the strainer must be physically removed from the pot to stop the infusion. Since the strainer is then full of wet tea leaves these tend to drip causing a mess. In addition, the tea strainer cannot be removed by hand if the tea is hot. This means that either a spoon or some other utensil must be used to remove the strainer, not as easy as it seems.
I can't recommend this item.

5-0 out of 5 stars It looks like a futuristic aircraft ,and makes great tea...
The Bodum Tea Bowl is wonderfully designed for making and enjoying tea. The handle is comfortable to use. The infuser is large enough to allow the tea leaves to be surrounded by the hot water. Also, the infuser may be easily lifted out of the pot with a spoon, thus avoiding scalded fingers after the tea has brewed. ... Read more


9. Bodum The de Chine 2-Cup Glass Tea Pot
list price: $33.50
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000U6PT0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 16807
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Amazon.com Review

The impressively airy construction of the Bodum The de Chine glass teapot adds aesthetic pleasure to a functional design. A 2-cup vessel, the teapot features a generous infuser with narrow slits for drainage. The heat-resistant borosilicate glass is both safe in the dishwasher and lightweight in the hand, while its transparency ensures that tea does not steep beyond the desired strength. The handle on the de Chine is comfortable and large, and the entire pot is graceful on the move. It comes with a lid to retain warmth during steeping and serve as a trivet for the removed infuser. Standing 5 inches high, the piece measures 4 inches in diameter at the base and is intended for use with loose teas or herbal blends. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe; replacement filter available
  • 2-cup glass tea pot with removable infuser
  • Crafted from heat-resistant borosilicate glass
  • Lid acts as a trivet for finished infuser
  • Stands 5 inches high; measures 4 inches in diameter at base

10. Bodum Naoko Stainless-Steel 4-Cup Teapot
list price: $67.00
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000U6PTU
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 4358
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Features

  • Measures 6-1/2 by 8 by 10-1/2 inches (W x H x D)
  • 4-cup teapot inspired by classic genie lamps of fantasy literature
  • Stainless-steel construction doesn't retain flavors or aromas
  • Steeps loose-leaf tea in removable infuser basket
  • Holds approximately 32 ounces of tea

11. Bodum The de Chine Personal Glass Tea Infuser & Cup
list price: $20.00
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B0000U6PTK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 9811
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Perfect for brewing one cup of loose leaf tea
  • Heat resistant borosilicate glass
  • Removable infuser
  • Replacement filter available

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Tea Since China
I just got back from a trip to China that turned me into a budding tea lover. But I came back with my longjing tea and found it awkward to brew and unsatisfying to sip. After picking up this infuser (offline: sorry, Amazon!) for my girlfriend I made a cup at my place before giving it to her. I'm keeping it! It preserves the beauty of loose-leaf brewing while coddling my American fastidiousness: beautiful brewing, leaf-free tea.

But now I'm back at Amazon to buy another one... for my girlfriend :-)

This product is highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars NOT hard to clean.
I got a Da Chine teapot and I love it! When I purchased, I was only able to read one other product review online about it and it complained about bits of tea getting stuck in the filter and they sent theirs back. I didn't pay attention to the warning, and I'm glad that I didn't. The solution to the filter problem is simple and I love being able to watch my tea brew through the layers of glass! The wrong way: fill filter with tea, and pour water through the filter - this forces bits into the holes. The solution is to simply fill the cup with hot water and fill the filter with tea, then put the filter into the pot. This way no leaves are forced into the holes and clean up is easy. Even when you do it the wrong way, it's not hard to unstick stuck leaves with a kitchen brush.
Love it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Infuser arrived broken- partial refund
Unpleasant experience! The infuser arrived broken. Only received partial refund. This product is not properly packaged for shipment.
I bought a glass tea infuser at Adagio.com, and had a more pleasant shopping experience.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware...product was shipped broken...refund only 50%
I bought their stainless steel infuser, and stainless steel travel mug. Both are great and i still use from 3 months ago. But this thing came broken and refund was only 50%..something about a restocking fee(even though it was shipped broken)...and the refund process took well over a month...can't contact a person a their site...
THIS PRODUCT IS CRAP!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars My new favorite mug!
This little cup is wonderful for lovers of loose tea. I have to disagree with another reviewer who found it hard to clean the little slits on the bottom; I have had absolutely no trouble with this - a couple of quick rinses gets all the tea leaves out, and none have become impossibly stuck. I really love the design - especially that you can remove the inner glass with the wet tea leaves and place it into the lid - no more waiting around by the sink to dump out the tea leaves after steeping, I can just bring the whole thing to the table as soon as I pour the water in. It is also very delicate and attractive. Truly a wonderful product! ... Read more


12. Bodum YoYo Personal Tea Infuser Set
list price: $13.50
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00008WUA9
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 20329
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Features

  • Works with any loose leaf tea.
  • 13-ounce capcity
  • Durable tempered glass mug included
  • The lid acts as a trivet to keep your counter clean
  • Dishwasher safe, handwashing the infuser is recommended for longer life.

13. Bodum 3-Cup Coffee Press Replacement Beaker, Glass
list price: $9.50
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B0000CF2VX
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 4026
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Features

  • 5 by 2-3/4 inches
  • Replacement beaker for all 3-cup Bodum coffee presses
  • 12-ounce capacity
  • Heat-resistant borosilicate glass
  • Dishwasher safe

14. Bodum De Chine 4-Cup Glass Teapot
list price: $40.00
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000U6PTA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 14024
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Amazon.com Review

Designed specifically to showcase the transcendent hues of green tea, the Bodum De Chine glass teapot holds loose-leaf tea in its wide glass filter/infuser. When the user adds water heated to 190 degrees F (the appropriate temperature for brewing green tea), the leaves open gradually to expose their delicate flavors and aromas. The mesmerizing process is an ideal tonic for a stressful workweek, or as a complement to reading, reflecting, and other relaxing activities.

The pot is made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass, so it holds up to the strain of boiling water. Once the tea has finished steeping, the user simply removes the filter and pours the beverage. The lid also acts as a trivet for the infuser, keeping the counter or table dry. Bodum also sells a replacement filter if the original is lost or damaged. Though designed for green tea, the De Chine teapot is equally appropriate for loose-leaf black, oolong, and white teas and herbal infusions, though users will have to adjust the water temperature accordingly. The 32-ounce teapot makes four 8-ounce cups of tea, and is dishwasher-safe. --Rivers Janssen ... Read more

Features

  • 32-ounce size makes four 8-ounce cups; dishwasher-safe
  • Glass teapot designed for brewing green tea
  • Heat-resistant borosilicate glass stows boiling water safely
  • Removable glass filter infuses loose-leaf tea in the center of the pot
  • Lid doubles as a trivet to hold filter

15. Bodum 5500-01USA Ibis Cordless Electric Water Kettle, Black
list price: $37.50
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Asin: B00006F2M6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 3604
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With its modern Scandinavian design, this large-capacity waterkettle is attractive enough to pour water for tea in a conference roomfull of executives. And, with its affordable price, this kettle worksequally well boiling water to dish up bulk ramen noodles for a group ofcollege students.

Made of heavyweight polypropelene plastic, the Ibis holds a maximum of57-1/2 fluid ounces of water (about 13 cups). It must be filled to aminimum of 8-1/2 fluid ounces--just enough to cover the heatingelement--to operate. A floating red water-level indicator on theoutside of the Ibis rises as water is added and shows how many cups ofliquid it is holding. The detachable kettle locks onto the base unitfor heating and can then be removed for pouring or refilling. Also madeof polypropelene, the base encases the stainless-steel heating element.The short 22-inch power cord stores beneath the base so the unit can beeasily transported.

Flipping up the switch below the kettle's handle turns on the power andilluminates the indicator light on the kettle's top. The heatingprocess is rapid and quiet: it takes only 4-1/2 minutes to boil 35ounces of water and the sound is almost imperceptible. For safetypurposes, the Ibis automatically shuts off after boiling and has ahinged safety lid to prevent boiling water from spilling and a frostedhandle for a secure grip. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • Contains water level indicator; hinged safety lid
  • Holds 8-1/2 to 57-1/2 fluid ounces
  • Made of polypropelene plastic with stainless-steel heating element
  • Boils 35 fluid ounces in 4-1/2 minutes
  • Power automatically shuts off when water boils

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Bodum 5500-01USA Ibis Cordless Electric Water Kettle
Hi, I have owned this model for over 4 years. This week the Bodum finally gave out. The contacts on the base charger have burned out with time. However, since I am an avid tea drinker this happened after 4 years of use at least twice per day. I love this product, and have ordered this same kettle once more. Hopefully, I will enjoy many more years of hot water for me and my family. What's also great about this product is that you can use it to heat hot water really fast for when you are cooking (shows the savings on the gas bill).
Good Luck and enjoy

2-0 out of 5 stars These things work well, but not for long
I've got a box full of these that have been returned to our store because they burn out. The problem seems to come when the kettle is used multiple times without a cool down period. The switch internals melt down leaving you with a dead pot. ... Read more


16. Bodum Stainless Steel Vacuum Travel Mug w/ Grip
list price: $27.00
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000667TUW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 12197
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Amazon.com Review

This stainless steel thermal mug is the commuter's best friend. Its powerful vacuum seal keeps beverages hot for up to an hour--enough time to last through the worst traffic jam. The modern-looking tapered silhouette is designed to fit in most vehicle cup holders, while a sleek back santoprene band lends a sure, safe grip, even one-handed. Dishwasher-safe, the mug is also great for keeping drinks cold. It stands 8-1/5 inches high and holds 16 fluid ounces.--Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Stands 8-1/5 inches high; holds 16 ounces
  • Vacuum-sealed thermal mug for hot or cold beverages
  • Made from dishwasher-safe stainless steel
  • Keeps drinks hot for up to 1 hour
  • Fits most vehicle cup holders

17. Bodum Shin Cha 4-Cup Tea Press
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005LM18
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 42213
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

A traditional teapot from Bodum? Well, almost. The handcrafted glassspout and handle recall the crockery that adorned your mother's table, butnothing else about this striking teapot is ordinary--including the way it brews.To use, simply place tea in the plastic filter column, pour boiling water overthe top, and then let the contents steep 3 to 7 minutes depending on the kind oftea used. When a drink is at the desired strength, pushing down the plungerseals the rest of the tea into the base of the column and halts the brewingprocess. You won't have any tea leaves to read at the bottom of a cup, butthere's no mess and no need to remove the strainer before pouring. But beforewarned: the Bodum press doesn't retain heat quite as well as a traditionalteapot, so you might want to use a tea cozy if you're not drinking the whole potat once. It's a shame to cover up such beautiful design, but that's the way thetea leaf tumbles. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher safe
  • Allows you to stop brewing without removing the infuser
  • 32-ounce capacity is enough for 4 cups of tea
  • Borosilicate heat-resistant glass sphere
  • Dripless spout

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Tea Press
I have been using this tea press for about a year now and have been pleased with it. I selected this model over the Asaam variant because I liked the classical teapot appearance and the glass handle. I traditionally boiled loose tea leaves in a kettle then transferred the filtered brewed tea to a porcelain teapot for serving. This tea press allows me to brew and serve using the same teapot. The appearance of dark golden tea in the glass teapot is enticing.

The brewing process is simple, but requires water to be boiled in a separate container. Cleaning is easy, I wash mine by hand, but the glass is very fragile and could easily be cracked if dropped in the sink. The spout is indeed dripless. The plastic infuser does develop color after multiple uses, but can easily be cleaned with diluted bleach. The top chrome cover lost some of its luster after a year of gentle washing. The glass teapot does not retain heat as well as porcelain, but this is not an issue for me since the tea is long gone by then.

5-0 out of 5 stars My first tea press and I love it.
I have always been a tea drinker but used standard tea bags in the past. I saw the two-cup version of this tea press in a magazine and knew I had to have it. Its a pretty little tea press and does a wonderful job of making my morning tea. I can honestly say that the tea I make now is so much more flavorful than that made from a tea bag. This tea press has elevated my appreciation of tea to a whole new level.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fragile and refined elegance
I Gave this tea infuser to my wife almost two years ago. She has enjoyed its use immensely. The french press style in the infuser insert allows an accomplished power tea drinker to press and then re-press the tea; wringing every last bit out of the leaves.
Luck ran out this morning when, in the process of washing it, the tip of the spout touched the side of the kitchen sink. The result was a small piece broke off the tip and a small crack appeared from the break down the spout. Oh well.
Beautifully designed and executed. This is a wonderful but extremely fragile tea infuser.
We are replacing it with a french press style designed along more traditional lines; i.e. physically more robust. ... Read more


18. Bodum The de Chine 2-Cup Glass Tea Pot
list price: $33.50
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000U6PT0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 16807
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Amazon.com Review

The impressively airy construction of the Bodum The de Chine glass teapot adds aesthetic pleasure to a functional design. A 2-cup vessel, the teapot features a generous infuser with narrow slits for drainage. The heat-resistant borosilicate glass is both safe in the dishwasher and lightweight in the hand, while its transparency ensures that tea does not steep beyond the desired strength. The handle on the de Chine is comfortable and large, and the entire pot is graceful on the move. It comes with a lid to retain warmth during steeping and serve as a trivet for the removed infuser. Standing 5 inches high, the piece measures 4 inches in diameter at the base and is intended for use with loose teas or herbal blends. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe; replacement filter available
  • 2-cup glass tea pot with removable infuser
  • Crafted from heat-resistant borosilicate glass
  • Lid acts as a trivet for finished infuser
  • Stands 5 inches high; measures 4 inches in diameter at base

19. Bodum Replacement 4 Cup Glass Coffee Press Beaker
list price: $11.00
our price: $7.99
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Asin: B0000CFMA3
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Bodum
Sales Rank: 11992
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Features

  • Measures 5 by 3-3/4 inches; dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning
  • 17-ounce replacement beaker for Bodum 4-cup coffee press
  • Fits all Bodum 4-cup coffee press models and styles
  • Made of transparent, heat-resistant, Borosilicate glass
  • Features demure pouring spout and smooth, rounded edges

20. BonJour 1370-70 Classic Insulated Teapot, White
list price: $50.00
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00064NFXE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: BonJour
Sales Rank: 32023
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Features

  • Large stainless steel infuser
  • Brushed stainless steel jacket lined with insulating material
  • Porcelain Teapot, 48-ounce capacity

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