Original tea infuser and tea infusers infuser This uendure infuser bottle cap comes with a carrying sleeve and has a stunning glass design on the bottle itself. Both ends have caps that screw into them, and the bottom cap has an infuser made of metal with holes that snap onto it. Putting the tea tumbler into the infuser and then allowing it to be steep while drinking is possible. Because neither of the caps includes a mouthpiece, you will need to remove one of them to drink from the bottle.
The design of this uendure bottle is, without a doubt, its most notable selling point. Glass bottles are pleasing to the eye and also advantageous in that they reveal the contents of the liquid contained within. However, if you drop a glass object or subject it to a sudden change in temperature, there is always a chance that the glass will crack. Before adding the hot tea, it's best to give the bottle a quick rinse with some warm water, especially on chilly days.
Unfortunately, many of their consumers have voiced concerns over the product's level of craftsmanship. Because they are not effectively engineered, the rubber seals on each cap can potentially cause leaks. Both ends of the container are covered, but there is still a chance that liquid could escape through the bottom. Moreover, the glue that holds the rubber interior to the metal outside the cap is flimsy and may separate with time.
Okay, so each end of the bottle opens. The bottom opening has a metal infuser that snaps into place. So you can put herbs and tea ingredients into that. Then you screw the bottom lid back on. Then you open the top lid and pour your hot water in and let it sit. The herbs in the infuser, infuse into the water and make tea. Then you drink directly out of the bottle. You can sweeten it with honey, etc. Then I also use it for cold drinks. So for instance, my favorite daily cold drink to use this bottle for is that I put mint leaves into the infuser and then I fill the bottle with ice water and lime slices. Mmm It's like mojito water!Lastly, you can also take out the metal infuser and just use it like a water bottle. :) If you look for my review, it shows pictures of all of this. The herbs in the infuser don't mix with your water except for super fine particles. I absolutely LOVE this tea infuser, so much that I intend to buy more. My favorite ingredients for hot tea are: Peppermint (Stand alone or with a couple of other ingredients like lavender or rose hips.) Also Chammomile, Lemon Balm and a Little licorice root. Enjoy!
Yes absolutely. Just flip the bottle upside down, unscrew the bottom lid and remove the infuser. Takes two seconds.
It has not, but stains of tea and coffee are easily removed by placing baking soda on the dish towels and rubbing the cup . Baking soda will clean the sink, toilet bowls, etc. without toxic fumes.
The bottle is dishwasher safe. I prefer to hand wash the lids.