Tea infuser

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    I had one of those teapots with an integrated infuser - it was a gift - and not a cheap one! I found it a faff, and then the central column developed cracks, so it was just like an ordinary teapot! Again, more fiddly to deal with than just emptying out a pot.
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    You could just buy teabags that don't contain plastic. Clipper teas or Teapigs, for example.

    Might be cheaper. And I love so many of the Teapigs' varieties (including the Chai, served black - would also be perfect for soaking dried fruit in or making bread pud).

    But if you decide to do loose tea, just a cheap strainer will do the job perfectly.
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    You could just buy teabags that don't contain plastic. Clipper teas or Teapigs, for example.

    Might be cheaper. And I love so many of the Teapigs' varieties (including the Chai, served black - would also be perfect for soaking dried fruit in or making bread pud).

    But if you decide to do loose tea, just a cheap strainer will do the job perfectly.


    Neither Clipper or Teapigs are cheap. I also think teapigs are mean with the leaves which is OK if you like weak tea.


    I'm more than happy to get a second cup out of a teabag.
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