Loose Leaf Tea Infusers

 

Drinking loose leaf tea has never been easier, with our selection of tea infusers to choose from.

 

A tea infuser performs the same function as a tea bag; it is generally a small mesh or perforated metal container that holds tea leaves, in varying sizes to steep single or multiple servings at once. But infusing tea may never need to be boring again, and choosing the right infuser will only add to the pleasure of your tea drinking experience. In addition having a selection of tea mugs, tea pots and other teaware, at Chateau Rouge we like to have a variety of infusers, and depending on the tea and mood we in, we like to mix it up a little.

 

Interestingly to note that in the era before the tea bag, by the time of Queen Victoria in the first half of the 19th century, tea infusers were so popular that allegedly no respectable British household would be without one!

 

  1. 'Teapot' Tea Ball Infuser

    'Teapot' Tea Ball Infuser

    Tea infuser

    A practical stainless steel 'Teapot' tea infuser with a tea ball big enough for a large teaspoon of tea (3-5g). Great addition to your tea gift, or fun alternative to your everyday tea infuser. Also perfect in your favourite mug with your loose leaf tea at home or work.


    "I always fear that creation will expire before teatime."
    Sydney Smith
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  2. Little 'Teapot' Tea Infuser and Tray

    Little 'Teapot' Tea Infuser and Tray

    Tea infuser

    A stainless steel 'Teapot' tea infuser with a little tray. Great addition to your tea gift, or fun alternative to your everyday tea infuser. Also perfect in your favourite mug with your loose leaf tea at home or work.


    "If a man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth and beauty."
    Ancient Japanese saying
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  3. Swissgold Tea Infuser

    Swissgold Tea Infuser

    Tea infuser

    This is possibly the best tea filter we could find. Great for tea mugs or small pots. Unlike some cheaper metal filters, this filter does not loose its shape. It is made from dishwasher safe black plastic with gold-plated filter screen. The lid preserves the precious fragrance of your beverage.


    "What is the cheapest to you now is likely to be the dearest to you in the end."
    John Ruskin (1819-1900) English art critic
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