What is the difference between a tea infuser and a tea strainer? Tea infusers are used to hold the loose tea leaves while the tea steeps. As you pour, tea strainers catch all the loose tea leaves and prevent them from getting into your teacup or teapot. Tea infusers let you steep the loose tea leaves in a teacup or teapot, allowing them to naturally infuse into the water.
How do you use a metal tea infuser?
- Step 1 – Heat water. POUR FRESH WATER INTO A KETTLE AND HEAT TO EXACT TEMPERATURE.
- Step 2 – Add tea into the infuser. PICK YOUR FAVORITE TEA AND PLACE INFUSER INTO THE TEACUP.
- Step 3 – Steep precisely and remove infuser. POUR HOT WATER OVER LEAVES AND STEEP PER SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS.
- Step 4 – Savor the moment.
How do you use a Fred tea infuser?
- Remove off the base of the infuser. The silicone material is flexible and easy to handle.
- Fill with your favorite loose leaf tea and reattach the infuser. Allow room for the leaves to expand slightly.
- Place in your mug of hot water and enjoy perfectly brewed tea in minutes! Read more.
How do you make a homemade tea infuser?
- Cut a piece of tin foil about one foot square.
- Fold it twice (to one-quarter the original size).
- Pour your tea leaves into the center of the tin foil.
- Bring the corners of the tin foil together above the leaves, then twist and fold them.