Double Infusion Iced Tea Pitcher

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$31.50 - (1) 92.8 oz Pitcher, (1) Tea Infuser, (1) Fruit Infuser, (1) Ice Core #94790
$10.50 - Additional (1) Ice Core #94791

Whether you�re just brewing hot or iced tea or craving a special fresh fruit infused tea, this 92.8 oz heat resistant pitcher makes preparation easy with three inserts � one for steeping full-leaf loose teas and herbs, one for infusing fruit and one for chilling the tea.
• Dishwasher safe
• BPA-free
• Shatterproof
• Scratch and stain-resistant

*Extra ice core sold individually for your convenience. The color of the gel inside of the ice cores may naturally vary in color.
*We recommend leaving the pitcher lid off until the tea cools to room temperature.

More About This Product


Length: 11¾"
Width: 4⅖
Height: 11⅗"
Tea Infuser, Fruit Infuser & Ice Core
Length: 3⅙"
Width: 3⅙"
Height: 9⅔"


BPA-free Tritan, plastic, nontoxic gel

Care Instructions

Top rack dishwasher safe.

Country of Origin


Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star

Versatilityand functionality

5 Stars Versatilityand functionality

from OH on wrote:

The pitcher design is perfect to fit in the door of the fridge. The chiiled core is perfect for chilling beverages without diluting. I love the infuser for adding subtle flavoring of herbs and fruits to water. The tea infuser is perfect for brewing iced tea. Its a great set

Summer Dream

5 Stars Summer Dream

from CA on wrote:

This big pitcher system has changed my life this summer, literally the livin' is easy. It makes 3/4 gallon of whatever you can dream up in no time. The trick is the simple system: 1) Infuse tea or blends and steep in the pitcher. 2) Pack the immerser with your wildest fresh fruit and herbs and switch the tea core for the fruit core. 3) Let that chill in the fridge for a few hours. There's also 4), a refreezable ice core I've not used yet because I let it set long enough so the fruit can do it's magic, but I'll use it when I bring the pitcher out to the pool and chill. What a simple and usable system for making drinks money can't buy. Today I'm making Pineapple Lychee Hybiscus looseleaf and then I'll infuse it with chunks of watermelon, rasberries, mint and basil. I used to do small batches like this in pint glasses, but this just turns the page. I can make nearly a gallon at once. And it mixes well with some wicked healthy cocktails, by the way.

The Best Tea Pitcher I've ever beheld

5 Stars The Best Tea Pitcher I've ever beheld

from IN on wrote:

I adore this tea pitcher! It holds plenty, brews well. The coolest thing about it is that it is travel safe. When you screw it shut and hear the click, YOU CAN EVEN HOLD IT UPSIDE DOWN and it will not leak (in my experience). I think it is elegant and most functional! I highly recommend it.

The best Double Infusion Iced Tea Pitcher

5 Stars The best Double Infusion Iced Tea Pitcher

from CA on wrote:

The Double Infusion Iced Tea Pitcher is great just as stated it fits in the door of my refrigerator. I used it to make a blend of teas for iced tea and it works wonderfully.

Love this pitcher!

4 Stars Love this pitcher!

from ID on wrote:

I only gave this 4 stars because, for me, it is very hard to unscrew the pitcher top for cleaning. Most of the time I have to leave it on while cleaning and then it is hard to get all of the water out. Is there a trick to getting the top unscrewed? Other than that I love the pitcher. Fits in my fridge perfectly and pours without dripping. Makes great iced tea!