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Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher, Clear
Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher, Clear
Find Drinkware, Pitchers and Decanters at Target.com! The Fruit Infusion Pitcher can be used to make lemon water, raspberry iced tea and other beverages in the comfort of your home. It has a removable fruit infusion rod that can be filled with fresh fruits and more. The rod has open slots that aid in the proper mixing of fruits and liquids. This acrylic pitcher with lid can be refilled without replacing the fruit. The Bpa-free pitcher is safe to use. Hand wash. Color: Clear.
by Target.com
IngenuiTEA 16oz Teapot
IngenuiTEA 16oz Teapot
Caffeine comes in many forms to tickle the taste-buds and please the palate. While some prefer their caffeine to be a simple tasteless pill form, most like to enjoy and savor the flavor. Sodas and coffee are the most popular, but the caffeine delivery system that gets the least amount of attention is tea. Ah, tea - that most ancient and honored brew! A simple infusion of herbs. Sometimes dried, often oxidized, tea is a natural source of caffeine as well as theobromides, anti-oxidants, polyphenols and amino acids. All that chemistry may sound intimidating, but it all translates to yummy goodness. The problem with tea, though, is it can be a little fiddly to make the perfect cuppa. Anybody who knows anything about tea knows that the best is made from loose tea leaves. Get that teabag crap outta here! You know as well as we do that you'd be made fun of if you brought out your nice shiny porcelain teapot. "Ooh!" you can hear your coworkers saying, "Do you have doilies? Is it time for finger sandwiches?" Grr. We've got the coolest way possible to make a perfect cup of tea with no mess. The IngenuiTEA holds up to 16 ounces of brew and tea leaves. After the specified amount of brewing time, just rest the pot over your mug, and the spring-loaded valve empties the tea into your mug, leaving the spent leaves behind. Dump and rinse, and you're done. Easy! So whether yours is a nice toasty genmaicha, or a spicy rooibos, an earthy oolong, or a lovely bergamot Earl-Grey, there's no finer way to get your tea fix!
by ThinkGeek