I am on a bit of a tea tasting mission at the moment and it was with a certain amount of glee that I found that I would be testing the Luxtea Glass Teapot with Infuser and Steeper Filter. After all, now I am getting my taste up for tea – it’s nice to have something to taste!
The Luxtea Glass Teapot with Infuser and Steeper Filter is a well-made product and unboxing it was quite exciting but how did it measure up when the results were in the cup? Let’s take a look.
Fruit Infused Tea
If you don’t want a teapot, you can always do what Rena Chan Le did and make your own fruit infused teas in glass pots. It did take her several hours to pull it off mind you but that’s the price of inconvenience. The teas are great to look at though – check it out:
What did you think?
How Did The Luxtea Glass Teapot Score?
Well, I made fruit infused tea much faster than Rena did, that’s for sure. The Luxtea device had no problems turning fruit and tea into fruity tasting tea. That’s pretty much what I expected and would be happy to recommend the Luxtea to anyone as it delivers on its promise.
However, I’ve got to be honest and say that I thought the Luxtea Glass Teapot with Infuser and Steeper Filter was just not as pretty as it could be. I like a little more decoration with my tea makers.
If this is more your style than mine, that’s awesome! Check it out on Amazon here.