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ingenuiTEAThe most convenient teapot you will find anywhere - we guarantee it. When tea is ready, simply place it atop your cup. This will cause a valve at the bottom to release: crystal-clear tea flows down, while the mesh filter retains all the leaves with one of the best infusers on the market. Super easy to clean and dishwasher safe. You will wonder how you got along without one. 16oz. Made in Taiwan with Tritan, a plastic specially-formulated to be safe in hot-temperature applications and is 100% BPA-free. 3.5" Diameter.
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Can only Adagio cups be used? Is there a certain diameter a cup must be?
Should 'per cup' loose tea measurements be doubled when making a full 16 oz Ingenuitea pot of tea?
Does the Ingenuitea require descaling like coffee appliances? If so what's the best method to use to not affect the taste of the tea?
I brewed some chai in mine and now the silicone (I think?) valve bits smell of cinnamon and ginger, which can bleed into other teas I try to brew. Normal cleaning (warm, soapy water) isn't really helping. Help?
can you get a replacement lid anywhere? Think mine went into the garbage with the tea leaves
Iced Tea question - Wouldn't the tea become cloudy if added to ice while hot?
I accidentally left wet leaves in the base and now the strainer is a little moldy. Hours do I clean it? Am I just resigned to buying a whole new item since I can't get a replacement filter?
Can I buy a replacement filter?
Do these not come with the coasters anymore? I liked having them around to catch drips.
Why don't you guys sell replacement strainers? Because after a while they get really funky...
I just got it and I am wondering, how do you detach the bottom to get to the filter to put the tea in or do you just add it to the container and add hot water to it? This didn't come with instructions
Can the ingenuiTea teapot be put in the microwave