I am in love with my new infuser cup from Adagio Teas. I received this product for an honest review. This cup really does the trick! I was amazed at how long the cup kept my drink hot — hours! I loved how I could add the tea to the basket, close it up, and head off to work! Easy peasy!
Description from the website: Enjoy more tea on the go with our new 17oz travel infuser. Its double-walled stainless steel construction will keep your tea quite hot (or cool, if you prefer) for hours. Spring-loaded lid opens easily with just one hand, allowing drivers to keep the other safely on the steering wheel. Sliding easy-click lid-lock prevents accidental openings. Fits most car cup holders. To use: fill three-quarters of the way with water (water line below the removable stainless steel infuser) and place leaves inside the infuser basket. Flip the unit upside-down for a thorough, flavorful infusion. Once infused, flip right-side up to separate spent leaves from water and prevent your tea from turning bitter. Travel far and wide with quality freshly-brewed tea! Please note: This tumbler is exceptionally well-insulated, with a vacuum-tight seal. It will keep your tea very hot, sometimes for several hours. Please sip carefully to avoid burning your mouth! In addition, be sure to open the cap away from your face when tea has been steeping, to avoid any escaping pressurized steam.
Adagio teas also has a wide variety of teas to choose from. I picked the Jasmine Phoenix Pearls to try out. Let me tell you what, this tea is heavenly!
Website Description: Jasmine Phoenix Pearls are perfumy, hand-rolled jewels of tea from Fuding, in Fujian province, China. Any fan of jasmine tea should try this specially crafted wonder. When added to hot water, Jasmine Phoenix Pearls majestically unfurl, releasing their delicate scent and flavor. Also known as ‘Jasmine Dragon Pearls’, their liquor is sweet and almost sugary. Very soft, airy mouthfeel. The delicate quality of the flavor is due in part to the leaves used to produce this tea: two tender, tiny new leaves and one plump unopened leaf bud. Younger leaves will yield softer flavor.
I encourage you to check out Adagio Teas website — and take a look at what they have to offer!