Sip by Sip Travel Tea Press
Our exclusive 12 oz BPA-free double wall acrylic travel press features our iconic mantra - Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp. Simply add two round tea bags or two teaspoons of full-leaf loose tea to the press, hot water and sip on the go. Silicone sleeve provides comfort and slip free grip.
Our Sip by Sip Travel Tea Press was featured in Ladies' Home Journal 2013 Gift Guide.
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Weight: 240 grams
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Good idea but...
I like tge idea cause i like my coffee press but the press doesn't go all the way down which leaves about an inch of liquid mixed eith leaves at tge bottom. And its hard to get the remains out withought some going down the sink. I probably will just use as a travel mug without the press part.
I have had this teapress for several years, and I absolutely love it. It keeps the tea hot for a long time. There is a bit of extra space between the bottom and where the filter fit so it's hard to drink every drop. Other than that, I absolutely love it.
BEST ROSE TEA EVER!
I'm thinking I'm going to figure out where you're located so that I can set my alarm to get up and order my Rose Petal tea!!! I haven't had any for too many years...I'm so excited!!!
Works like a charm.
best cup of Japanese sencha i had and this mug made all the difference. also no need to worry about "well the leaves are still stuck in the tea and are at risk over brewing". when you push the plunger the steeping is so slowed you will have good tea to drink for a while. i had my green tea sit out for about 30 minutes and it still had it's delicate grassy sweetness. your tea is sooner to get cold than be ruined from over brewing. Just a few tip to address a few criticisms mentioned before: 1. "the tea leaves pass the plunger's seal into the drinkable tea" you need to make sure you don't over fill the mug. the seal works a bit below the rim so if you over-fill the seal won't meet the mug's edge before the tea and the leaves floating flow over the plunger. also when pushing the plunger press slowly, pushing it hard may make the seal slip briefly pushing tea leaves past the seal. 2. "there is too much of a gap between the bottom and the filter" remember this is a 12 oz mug and you will usually need 2 teaspoons to properly brew. this is more than enough to fill the gap after the leaves swell up. also it is important to say you are not supposed to squeeze the leaves on the bottom, that will just push out the bitter taste. the filter is meant to separate the loose leaves from the brewed tea.
Excellent design. So happy with it that I'm buying another.