Tea makes time as the greatest and enjoyable moment shared with your friends, colleagues, family members, and even with the strangers. Since the tea can work as a starter of any conversation, like Englishman do so, drinking tea and talking about weather. Whether you are a tea enthusiast, looking for a great gift or just keeping up with the kitchen tool trends, tea infusers are a fun and quirky way to make your herbal tea exciting each morning or evening. If there is a particular loose-leaf tea that tickles your fancy, a tea infuser is likely a more practical route to take rather than stuffing a disposable tea bag day in and day out. Here you will find some fun and interesting infusers to add to your tea collection.
The tea infuser (often called a tea ball or tea maker, and sometimes a tea egg) gained popularity in the first half of the 19th century. By the time of Queen Victoria, no respectable British household would be without one. However, some argue that when you use a tea infuser, tea cannot flow freely as it traps much of the flavor between and in the leaves. Therefore, you should only fill an infuser half full leaving some spaces for the leaves to swell. Common shapes for infusers include spherical, conical and cylindrical, but usual things does not interest pandas. That is why there are the most unique and creative tea infusers in this post.
Which One Do You Like Most?
We think the ManaTea takes the cake. Just look at him, just chilling on that teacup, soaking his silicone bottom for your drinking enjoyment.
Tea Leaves Tea Infuser
Anytime is the right time for a lovely cup of tea. In addition, true tea lovers know that the best tea is brewed fresh from tealeaves. Place the desired amount in a tea infuser, add hot water, and soon you will enjoy a taste of heaven on Earth. Tea Leaves Tea Infuser adds good fun to good taste. Shaped like tealeaves in a planter, this infuser is durable, washable and adorable. The Tea Leaves Tea Infuser is the perfect addition to any kitchen and makes a great gift for housewarming parties or virtually any occasion.
Dinosaur Tea Infuser
This cute dinosaur will make a company for you, while drinking tea and getting pleasure.
Mini Octopus Infuser
If you are an ocean lover and whatever is about water, then this tea infuser is exactly what you are looking for and will really want to have in your kitchen.
Guitar Tea Infuser
What a great gift it will make for any musician who plays a guitar. To play the guitar and have tea with this cute loving tea guitar infuser is more than just adorable.
Mr. Tea Infuser Designed by Fred and Friends
Mr. Tea is an ideal teatime companion. Just load his little silicone pants, perch him in your cup, relax for a minute as he does the work, and savor your perfect orange pekoe.
Robot Tea Infuser
Use this charming robot stainless steel tea infuser to prepare your favorite loose tea. His arms and hands move to create a custom fit to your favorite tea mug. Rest him on the included drip tray when your tea is steeped. Use his antennas to open and close.
Duckie Tea Infuser
Add whimsy and mirth to your teacup with the DCI Tea Duckie Tea Infuser. Fill the 18/8 stainless steel mesh infuser with loose tea and let Duckie float around in the hot water until the desired brew strength has been achieved.
Arta Tea Leaf Infuser
With a design inspired by flower pots, the unique Arta Tea Leaf Infuser is a stylish choice for brewing your favorite loose leaf tea, with its brown lid features a green plastic stem that looks like its growing out of ground.
Water Lily Floating Tea Infuser
The Water Lily serenely floats on the surface while the stainless steel mesh infuser below steeps your tea. The Floating Water Lily Tea Infuser works great with all types of loose tea and herbals. It is a cinch to clean and very well constructed for years of joy.
Candy Cane Tea Infuser
Have a delightful cup of tea at the Holidays with this Candy Cane Tea Infuser. This red and white striped infuser will hold your favorite tealeaves and brew you the perfect cup of tea. Christmas and a New Year is the greatest time to drink tea with such tea infuser.
Deep Tea Diver Infuser
When you drop this little guy down into your tea, you will both have a little adventure. You might even find yourself saying “Dive. Dive. Dive.” Alternatively, bobbing him up and down as if he is walking on the ocean floor. Just fill him full of tea and drop him down and before long you will have a nice cup of tea. Come explore the vast underwater world of loose-leaf tea with Deep Tea Diver. He is dishwasher-safe, food-safe, and the stainless steel ‘air tank’ serves as a handy counterweight so you can immerse him to any depth from cups to pots.
Yeti Tea Infuser Designed by Kristin Noell
A Ye-TEA infuser for all of your hot drink needs. The yeti separates in the center. Simply fill with tea, hang on the edge of a cup, and allow to steep.Made of food-safe sillicone, non-staining.
Tea Sub – Yellow Submarine Tea Infuser
This Yellow Submarine should be filled with loose tea or herbs, not Beatles (or beetles for that matter). Simply fill your cup or teapot with boiling water and immerse the submarine! The Yellow Submarine Tea Infuser is really effective when using a glass mug or teapot.
Audrey Tea Infuser
After a long hot aromatic soak with its tea leaves, the bloom takes a tidy time-out on its own drip-catching foliage. A feast for all the senses.
Tea.Tanic™ – A Sinking Titanic Tea Bag Holder.
Camellia – Floating Tea Infuser
The leaves and leaf buds of Camellia are widely used to produce tea such as white tea, green tea, and black tea, each with different levels of oxidation. The Camellia tea infuser floats on the tea, mimicking most fresh tealeaves. The heat-resistant silicone body of the infuser has two compartments for holding tea leaves and air.
Teapot Tea Infuser
Tea infuser with drip tray. Fill this adorable Brown Betty Teapot design tea ball tea infuser with your excellent tea and enjoy.