ethoz® Tea Brewer – Glass
The stylish glass ethoz™ Tea Brewer offers a simple and environmentally-friendly way to brew tea. The Tea Brewer is designed to prevent leaves from making it to your cup, and eliminates the need for single-use tea bags.
Add the ethoz™ Glass Cups for the perfect tea brewing gift bundle! Perfect for indoor brewing!
- Brews approximately 14 fl.oz. / 400 mL
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Simple, Elegant, Everything You Need in a Tea Brewer.
Made with borosilicate glass, this tea brewer is a simple and durable addition to your tea brewing setup. At 17 fl oz match this tea brewer with your favorite loose-leaf tea and enjoy multiple pours to get the most out of the tea. Match the tea brewers with the ethoz® glass cups for an elegant sipping experience.
Madeline Bassin –
I hover between western and eastern tea preparations. Glassware provides a pretty window to view brew infusion by color & dancing leaves unfurling for individual servings of loose bulk tea. I switched from using a ceramic pot with basket insert as well as a strainer that you pour into – the second of which I should show a joke video of me over zealously tipping over! This solves that.
Please note that it is small. See the specs. I have used it with scales, as well as simple teaspoon measures. So, 4g to 6g, or teaspoon scoops volumetric, and sometimes multiple pours of 100g/ml or others of 250ml/ 8 oz or 14 oz topping off for more dilution.
This item good for finer mesh than a competing one of this category from a brand that also differs in omitting pull handle feature of this one.
I had two of Ethos. I used to unscrew the parts to scrub down the filter sections, but now I just soak the lid filter assembly because I think I messed up the threading on one of them by being really rough with it. I still favor this one though! Also, you can use it to drink from directly when you have tea sachets and don’t need the strainer.
I have a medium sized woman’s hand. My four fingers fit through the handle to grasp this. I can fit my hand and a microfiber cloth inside to clean. I do not own a dishwasher, so that’s just me, not it. I use the spent tea leaves directly as tree mulch, which could also compost.
I shaved off a star only because I messed up threading by daily disassembling, which was not the maker’s fault. Just if you go looking to mess with it, you could ruin a good thing.
This should have been my lead: The improvement over a basket insert is that the tea leaves have room to expand and be watched. The improvement over a strainer hung over a tea cup is that you can turn this upside down for the last drop without dumping the leaves into the cup. The spout is pretty good at directing. You can turn the lid if you get leaves congesting a spot. Again, this mesh is finer than another brand from a tea seller online. So, that is good.
I use a liter kettle from which I make a cup of coffee followed by tea for the rest. I like to compare different teas or try multiple gong fu cha pours sometimes. So, I actually had 2 of these to compare 2 teas at a time. I am now a big fan of glassware now.
Dane Gillespie –
Thank you for the review Madeline! Sounds like you enjoy the product and we love to see that!