After brewing your tea, you take the silicone " plunger" and slowly press down. It creates suction and leaves the walls of the glass and your beverage free of sediment.
Please note: the Brewfish is not leak-proof.
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Dimensions Volume: brews 10 oz
Design & Functionality A new twist on the French press and teapot this double walled vessel filters tea:
1. Place tea at the bottom of glass – larger tea leaves recommended 2. Slowing pour boiling water in, leaving 2 inches of room at the top 3. Cover to trap in heat 4. Allow tea to steep (usually 3-5 minutes) and then slowly press "plunger" 5. Tilt silicone top to drink 6. Tilt silicone top back to seal 7. Enjoy directly from the glass!!
Sustainability A reusable bottle helps replace wasteful use-and-toss, single-serving paper cups and paper tea bags, while saving money from cutting back on those trips to the coffee shop. Reusing durable glass bottles helps you consume less over time.
About Highwave Highwave has been a leader in specialty coffee mugs and unique kitchen products since 1982. They introduced and still sell the very first wide base travel mug with a drink through top called the HotJo. Their JOEmo XL was voted the best travel mug by Hammacher Schlemmer Institute after 9 months of rigorous travel mug testing.
Highwave has produced numerous firsts including the first stainless mug, first press mugs and many specialty tea mug and press designs. Some of their designs have even become industry standards. They strive to create simple, elegant tools to increase on-the-go beverage enjoyment!
Care Instructions Dishwasher & Microwave safe
Tips Good seal flap should be removed when dish washing or for deep cleaning. Note: it is small - take care not to lose it!
This product is okay, but not great. The instructions were confusing since the parts weren't clearly labeled. Someone using one of these for the first time is not familiar with the terminology for each part of the device. Also, I expected tea leaves to be isolated from the liquid, but this was not the case. The insulated glass is nice and the tea does stay hot. Still haven't tried for coffee yet, but am skeptical.