Tea Gadgets

There are 25 reviews available for this category, for 19 different varieties.

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Breville One-Touch Tea Maker

10/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Chelsy Chelsy's review:
"Expensive and totally worth it! Is there a price too great for perfectly brewed tea every time you make it? Well, yeah there is a line, but I believe the breville tea maker is worth the investment and wonderfully designed. (Besides, I'll give you my trick to getting 20% off this wonderful luxury item)!"
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      10/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"This product is the ultimate tea maker, and after several months of use, I find it hard to find any considerable flaws with this product. "
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      10/10
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"Bottom line, even though this baby is pricey it is definitely worth it if you are in the market for a tea maker."
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      10/10

Tzu Thé T-Buddy

10/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Numi Numi's review:
"I like having the convenience of tea on the go and appreciated the considerate additions of strap, sleeve, and watertight seals."
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      10/10

JING Glass One-Cup Teapot Set

9.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"simple, practical, and functional… not to mention cute! The teapot contains an ingenious use of a spring-like coiled wire in the spout to trap tea leaves as the tea is poured. "
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      9.5/10

KTeas Personal Tea Bags

9.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Lynn Lynn's review:
"I was a bit skeptical about that fold-over top. Would there be leaf-leakage? I decided to put my sample bag to the ultimate test, filling it with K Teas' own Irish Sunrise, a Kenyan black that is very finely cut to the consistency of freeze-dried coffee crystals."
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      9.5/10

Taylor Connoisseur Digital Tea Thermometer/Timer

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"I have found this timer/thermometer combo to be indispensable, especially when brewing delicate white or green teas."
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      9/10

Nissan 12-Ounce Tea Tumbler with Infuser

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: James James's review:
"Convenient and affordable... a must-have for tea-lovers on the go."
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      9/10

Adagio UtiliTea Kettle

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Geoff Geoff's review:
"I would say this is one of the best gadgety purchase I've made in years."
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      9/10

Zarafina Tea Suite

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"I highly recommend this tea maker to anyone who is a fan of loose teas. It is definitely worth the higher price tag."
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      9/10

Hamilton Beach Two Quart Electric Iced Tea Maker

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"Overall, I?ve been very satisfied with it and I would definitely recommend this tea maker."
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      9/10

iPhone App "Aromatic"

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Lynn Lynn's review:
" Touch a regional listing and you are immediately whisked off to a satellite image of that area, which you can zoom in on to a street level, and also view as a map. In both map and hybrid mode, the region in question and those which surround it are labeled map style, so that you can gain a real world perspective on where these teas originate. Very cool! "
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      9/10

Adagio's IngenuiTEA

8.8/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Patty Patty's review:
"I have found the tea lover's grail, and it is made in Taiwan of food grade plastic."
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      9.5/10
Teaviews Member: Dan Dan's review:
"An absolute must-have for any loose-leaf tea lover."
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      9.0/10
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"Smartly designed, this single-serving brewer will convert even the laziest teabag lover to loose tea."
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      8/10

iPhone App "Tea Time!"

8.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Lynn Lynn's review:
"Tea? Yeah, they have an app for that. "
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      8.5/10

KTeas Mary Pop-in

8.2/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Melanie Melanie's review:
"I’m so impressed with this little strainer. It’s made of stainless steel so it won’t rust, leaves my pot easy to clean and allows me to brew my black tea just as I experienced it in England! "
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      10/10
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"As with all tea devices, this has pros and cons, and it could be useful to have around."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"Summary, like any infusion and straining device, the Mary pop-in it has its pros and cons, but I found it to be a fun and quirky little gadget that functions well and offers a new way to prepare tea. "
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      7/10

Tea Forte Brewing Pitchers

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"Made with high-quality glass and beautifully-designed, this iced tea pitcher set would look great in any modern-designed kitchen."
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      8/10

Adagio Paper Tea Filters

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"I love these filters. If you're still buying prepackaged bags of tea-dust, these inexpensive paper filters will gently ease you into the world of loose leaf teas. "
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      8/10

Fujitronic Teapot & Kettle Set

7/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: James James's review:
"This set is well worth it if you need to make a tea for a group of people or want a warm pot of tea available all morning"
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      7/10

Ayurveda Pura Brew-As-You-Like Tea Filters

6.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"Not a bad investment for the tea drinker who wants to enjoy tea on the go."
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      6.5/10

Tea Cha Pet

6.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"It is a very clever idea for barista-style brewing, but I can't see it being a great day-to-day product."
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      6.5/10

Jada Mountain Mint Tea Pouch

5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"The feeling of a paper tea bag in my mouth was rather unsettling. There are some people who would enjoy this product but I think I would much rather have a nice cup of mint tea."
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      5/10

Sympatea - The Tea Spoon

Posted by Stephen
 The Chicago Tribune put out an article today briefly summarizing some of the highlights of this year's World Tea Expo. Seems folks are trying to put green tea into anything and everything ...
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Review: Oregon Chai & Me Time

Posted by Laura
Oregon Chai explained that they are on a mission to help people find a little 'Me Time'. For me, tea time is 'Me Time'.
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I know the economy's bad, but... tea coins?

Posted by Stephen
A number of papers today are picking up the story of the newest craze to hit the Asian tea market: tea coins. Developed in India by the Singpho tribal people of Assam, and marketed as an ...
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