I’ve steeped loose-leaf tea every way you should and shouldn’t: with fancy Canadian sommelier cupping techniques, with beautiful hand-made Korean ceramic scoops…and by dumping tea leaves into a cup like an uncivilized pig.
You don’t have to do that. This is by far the easiest way to steep loose-leaf tea. Gorgeous stainless steel, this mesh ball infuser holds about the amount that a teabag would, and if you’d like stronger tea for a larger volume, you can just steep it a little longer. Because it’s similar in size and structure to a tea bag, this infuser works perfectly for people who’ve used tea bags in the past, but if you ever have questions, the directions on the back of all of my tea will correspond perfectly to this infuser’s size.
Go ahead. Don’t let confusion stop you from embracing your moment of rest!