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Brew-in-Mug Tea Infuser for Loose Leaf Tea With Lid, Extra Fine Mesh 304 Stainless Steel Strainer/Filter Basket For Tea Cup, Tea Mug, or Tea Pot. From Love Your Tea, Produced By Love Your Kitchen

Take a break and enjoy an exotic cup of tea. 

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Nationally, tea purchases have risen for 20 consecutive years, annual supermarket sales have surpassed NZD $2.6 billion, and away-from-home consumption of tea has grown by at least 10 percent a year for a decade, according to the Tea Association of the USA, a New York-based industry group. On any given day, the association says, 160 million Americans drink tea.

EXPERIENCE the wonderful world of loose leaf tea with thousands of types and flavors.

AVAILABLE NOW: LOVE YOUR KITCHEN is presenting the LOVE YOUR TEA brew-in-mug tea basket to help you get the full flavor of a premium tea a mug or pot.

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Here is what customers are saying:

5.0 out of 5 stars I hate fumbling with those little balls

This makes using loose leaf tea so much easier! I hate fumbling with those little balls. This is easy to fill, use and clean. I love it!

5.0 out of 5 stars Silver loose leaf tea holder/strainer

Tiny holes allow plenty of water flow but not seepage of any loose leaf tea product. So excited to make a large pot of tea. Top is sturdy sides are a bit flimsy but nothing to be bothered over. This tea strainer is amazing, it lets you brew a cup or a pot of tea. No tea seepage, just water. I’m very impressed with this little gaget, it really is a 5 star rating. Much bigger than what I thought it would be.

HERE ARE SOME TEA STEEPING SUGGESTIONS:

White Tea: A rare and delicate tea variety harvested before the plant’s leaf is fully open. The least processed of all teas, smooth, subtle. Brewing requires hot water at 175 (simply add two ice cubes for every 8 oz of boiling water to achieve this temperature). Use 1.5 tsp per 8 oz of water. Steep for 4-5 minutes.
Benefits: boosts immune system, better skin and complexion, high amounts of antioxidants

Green Tea: The leaves are picked, dried, and heat-treated to stop fermentation. For most green teas use hot water at 175, (adding two ice cubes for every 8 oz of boiling water achieves approximately this temperature), use 1 tsp per 8 oz of water, and steep for one minute.
Benefits: antioxidants, boosts immune system, lowers risk of heart disease, healthy teeth & gums, and weight loss

Black Tea: Fully fermented tea, creating a full bodied taste. Usually requires hot water at 195. 1.5 tsp per 8 oz of water. Steep for 3-4 minutes.
Benefits: known for heart health, increased circulation and lowering blood pressure

Oolong Tea: Undergoes slight fermentation and oxidation and usually requires hot water at 195. 1.5 tsp per 8 oz of water. Steep for 3 minutes.
Benefits: known as the weight loss tea, helps with digestion, burning calories and fat loss

Herbal Tea: Made from dried fruits, herbs, spices, or dried flowers. Usually requires hot water at 208º. 1.5 tsp tea per 8 oz of water. Steep for 4-5 minutes.
Benefits: caffeine free, antioxidants, vitamins, relaxation, pain relief, and soothing to stomach and throat