Stainless Steel Tea Press Tumbler - Multiple Colors

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Price: $31.49


Yerba Mate SymbolIt's a cool morning and nothing sounds better than a fresh brewed pot of flavorful, loose-leaf tea- but like most of us, who has the time? That’s why you’ll fall head over heels for our "Tea Press Tumbler" tea infuser mug.

Our tea infuser mug solves the main issue with nearly every other tea mug; the ability to brew tea and stop the infusion process without having to remove the tea from the mug. Leaving the tea there certainly isn’t an option either as it is terribly difficult to enjoy a bitter brew.

Designed with a fine mesh filter and patented infusion-stopping chamber, with the Tea Tumbler tea infuser mug you can brew a perfectly clean cup without the worry of over-steeping. Once the plunger of the tea infuser mug is pressed, the tea leaves are compressed into a solid chamber and away from the water. The double-walled, vacuum-insulated, restaurant-grade stainless steel construction of the Tea Tumbler gives it phenomenal insulation properties and incredible durability making it a very versatile and low maintenance travel companion. Stainless steel is also naturally BPA-Free and doesn’t impart flavor. Hence, you can enjoy a strong Pu-erh tea in the morning and a delicate Oolong in the evening without taste transfer.

To use, simply place a desired amount of loose-leaf tea in the Tea Tumbler infuser mug chamber and place the chamber into the infuser mug body. Pour hot (not boiling as this will scald the leaves) over the leaves. Add cream or sugar at this point if desired. Place the tea infuser mug lid on top and twist into the locked position. Let the tea steep for 3-5 minutes depending on desired taste and depress the plunger.

Brew, press, sip and enjoy – all in the convenience of a single tea infuser mug!


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  • 5
    "Perfect for Sippers"

    Posted by Cynthia Vogel on May 28th 2018

    I purchased this tumbler a week or two ago and was very excited when it arrived. However when I first was acquainting myself with the mug and making my first cup of tea, I noticed that there was a rubber "gasket" ring at the bottom of the plunger and it was loose...I worried that there would not be a good seal. I did re-seal the plunger with that ring but as soon as I pushed it down into the steeper area, it popped right off again. BUT DO NOT FEAR==it really has nothing to do with the quality of the tea...tea leaves do not escape into the drinking chamber. I usually do put the ring back in place on the plunger each time I use it, simply to keep it from doubling over and messing up the seal. It in no way diminishes the steeping process nor the drinking experience. I like to re-use some of my tea leaves (only in certain teas will this work) and it is handy to just finish drinking your cup and then straightaway--or later--pouring more hot water into it to make a second, third..etc cup of tea. I wish I had two of the mugs because sometimes I want to switch teas midstream. It would be nice to dedicate one tea to each tumbler. But since that would be a bit expensive, I dump the teas leaves after they have been used once, into a strainer or steeping chamber of a different cup that i had laying around...this way they wlll get some air and molding will not occur. Then I rinse out my press tumbler and make a new tea...and when I'm ready, I will make a new cup using the 'recycled' leaves from my first cup (obviously=put the leaves back into the press tumbler's sieve after you rinse it out well.) I just ordered another of these tumblers (in lavender) for a friend's birthday gift...she likes tea but uses only bags...I'm thinking she is due for a new level of quality and tea drinking experience. One more word of caution. BE AWARE that the tumbler is a vacuum thermal piece and it holds on to heat for a LONG time (I'm guessing about 14 hours) so do NOT try to sip it even a half hour after brewing.. Because I'm impatient after, the leaves have steeped I unscrew the lid and lift the lid and the tea stainer and plunger all up and let the steam from the tea escape. Stick your finger in occasionally to see when it is the temp you like. DO NOT try to drink it too soon, (spoken through the burned lips of experience LOL) IT's a great product and the more familiar you become with it, the better it gets.

  • 5
    Love this

    Posted by Max on Aug 23rd 2015

    I love the design, aesthetics and functionality of this product. It keeps liquids both hot and cold. They even sent me a sample of earl grey which happens to be my tea of choice. Great vendor and fast shipping....what more can u ask for??

  • 5
    tea thermal to go

    Posted by Jo on Jun 25th 2014

    Love this cup. I can drink my white tea all day long! I LOVE this cup!!