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RSVP TEA INFUSER Tea Duckie Mesh Stainless Steel with Base
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- Tea Duckie Tea Infuser Novelty 3 x 2in
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Fill this little ducky's mesh infuser halfway with coarse tea leaves and place in your tea cup. Once the tea leaves are saturated the duck will float upright. When not in use, the duck 'floats' on a blue water base. This infuser makes a great gift for any tea aficionado.
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It's a little too small for the amount of tea I steep
It gets all brown around the duck and doesn't look as cute as when you first get it (this is not a deal breaker, I'm just saying...)
The liquid inside skeeves me.
My other infuser just broke, so I will use it for the next couple of days while I wait for a new one to arrive (the liquid inside skeeves me, but I guess not being able to have my tea today is worse!)
So, bottom line is, I didn't even consider buying this one again, and will not use this one as long as I have a working alternative.
UPDATE: After several uses, he just leaks. I think it's the grooves at the bottom of the duck. he functions, but he just lets too much tea out. I dont mind a little bit of flake in my cup, but it's about a teaspoon every time. Guess he's just going to hang out on my desk and look cute now. (Had to drop him to 2 stars since I can't really use him)
I've been using my duck for a few weeks now, and I have no problems so far. I check him for cracks, but haven't found one yet. The mesh basket does a great job of keeping the leaves in.
He sits a little low, but if I pour the hot water through the mesh basket and into my cup (just to get the leaves wet), he does not tip over (otherwise the air in the leaves/basket makes him tip over at first).
I let him bob around and steep for usually about 4 minutes, then take him out and put him in his holder to cool down. After that, I empty out the leaves, rinse him off, and let him sit to dry.
I suspect fast temperature changes might make him crack, so I'm careful to let him cool off before I put him in any cold water.
So far, so good, SO CUTE!