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Enjoying your favorite hot drink everywhere and in all circumstances is a particularly pleasant idea. Are you looking for an alternative to individual sachets? With the tea infuser bottle, it's like taking your teapot on the go. You enjoy the flavors of a tea infused according to your tastes or a mixture of plants of your composition throughout the day. Maintaining proper hydration has never been so enjoyable.

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What is a tea infuser bottle?

A tea infuser bottle, which could also be called a tea thermos, is an insulated container that has a filter intended to accommodate tea or infusion mixes. This removable infuser attaches to the bottle caps that preserve the heat or coolness of liquids thanks to their double wall separated by vacuum.

The infusion chamber's fine screen allows the aromas of the tea leaves to diffuse into the water while retaining the fine broken teas inside. Halfway between the individual tea mug and the family teapot, the bottle with infuser also has all the advantages of an insulated and waterproof flask.

Why use an infusion bottle?

Staying hydrated is important for staying in shape. But the rather bland taste of plain water does not necessarily encourage you to drink as much as you should. According to recommendations, about 8 glasses a day, or 1.5 liters of water, are needed by the human body to compensate for daily losses. Even if it means consuming flavored drinks, you might as well avoid sugars and other artificial flavors in industrial sodas.

The infusion bottle makes it possible to meet daily water needs while enjoying the taste and properties of plants. The concept of nomadic teapot indeed facilitates the consumption of infusions.

Iced teas or flavored waters, the infuser bottle also replaces drinks packaged in plastic bottles. Fewer single-use containers means less waste in the environment, but also in the body. You should know that during prolonged contact of liquids with plastic, nanoparticles migrate into drinks and are then ingested with them.

The infuser bottle makes it possible to favor bulk teas and infusions which are more ecological and tap water which is approximately 100 to 300 times more economical than bottled water. Only positive points for this nomadic and reusable accessory that allows you to enjoy your favorite hot drink at work, in transport, in the middle of nature...

How to choose your bottle with a tea infuser?

The type of infusion

Individual preparation, drink to share or to savor throughout the day… The choice of your thermos with tea infuser will depend on the use for which it is intended. The teapots come with two integrated filters and allow you to choose a short infusion (black, green or white tea) or a shorter infusion (herbal teas and plants). The bottles are larger in capacity but require the addition of an infuser cap accessory, sold separately.

The 260 ml model is the equivalent of a classic mug, ideal for the mid-day break. With a 500 ml insulated stainless steel bottle and its infuser cap, you no longer need the small disposable water bottle. As for the 750 ml to 1 liter infusion bottles, it's a whole day of autonomy for your hot or cold drinks at the office or on the go.

The materials

It is possible to find these new generation teapots in glass or stainless steel. These materials have ecological advantages. Both are reusable and recyclable. Stainless steel is however more resistant to shocks and therefore more suitable for journeys and various trips.

Furthermore, the glass teapots equipped with a double wall avoid the risk of burns but do not retain temperatures as long as the stainless steel insulated bottles which have a capacity of 24 hours for cold and 12 hours for hot.

How to prepare your tea in an infusion bottle?

Green tea, black tea, white tea, Earl Grey, Darjeeling, Ceylon, Chai tea, Rooibos or even Ayurvedic infusion, digestive herbal tea and calming plants... your infusion bottle allows you to test all the varieties available in bulk without ever retaining tastes from one day to another.

  • Boil water between 70 and 95 degrees Celsius
  • Unscrew the filter basket from the cap
  • Fill it according to the recommended dosages, usually between 1 and 3 teaspoons depending on the size of the bottle
  • Screw the infuser back onto the cap
  • Pour hot water into your bottle
  • Place the infusion chamber in the bottle and close the cap
  • Let infuse the time required to release all the flavors in the water
  • Remove the infuser from your bottle and replace the cap alone

Take your delicious hot tea everywhere with you!

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Infuseur à thé

L'infuseur à thé est un filtre destiné à accueillir du thé, des infusions ou encore des mélanges d'eau aromatisée maison. Cet infuseur ou filtre amovible se fixe sur les théières en verre ou en inox ou bien sur le bouchon des gourdes isothermes. 

Pourquoi utiliser un infuseur à thé ?

 Le concept de théière nomade permet en effet de faciliter la consommation d’infusions.

La théière nomade ou gourde équipée d'un bouchon infuseur permet de privilégier les thés et infusions en vrac qui sont plus écologiques et souvent plus savoureuses. Que des points positifs pour cet accessoire nomade et réutilisable qui vous permet d’apprécier votre boisson chaude préférée au travail, dans les transports, en pleine nature…

Comment choisir votre produit avec un infuseur à thé ?

Le type d’infusion

Préparation individuelle, boisson à partager ou à savourer tout au long de la journée… Le choix de votre thermos avec infuseur de thé va dépendre de l’usage auquel elle est destinée. Les théières sont livrées avec deux filtres intégrés et permettent de choisir une infusion courte (thé noir, vert ou blanc) ou une infusion plus courte (tisanes et plantes). Les bouteilles sont plus grandes en contenance, mais nécessitent l’ajout d’un accessoire bouchon infuseur, vendu séparément.

Les matériaux

Le verre et l'inox sont les deux matériaux à privilégier.
 L’inox est plus résistant aux chocs et sa double paroi permet une isothermie pendant plusieurs heures. Les théières ou gourdes en inox sont donc plus adaptées pour les trajets et les divers déplacements.

En outre, les théières en verre équipées d’une double paroi évitent les risques de brûlures, mais ne conservent pas les températures aussi longtemps que les bouteilles isothermes qui gardent le chaud durant 12 heures.