Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Libre Tea Glass review.



Enjoy the benefits of loose leaf tea anytime, anywhere, with your Libre tea glass! Take along your favorite loose leaf tea, and simply add hot water for easy, great tasting loose leaf tea all day long.
There is still snow on the ground, and the temps are nearly above freezing, it's still nice to have a pick me up. I was thrilled when I received My Libre Tea glass, It is truly very easy to use, and makes delicious tea. 


I love that even with Hot water inside the glass, it's not really all that hot to the touch, My Libre tea glass  really does steep the tea quickly. I have only tried to make the tea one way, and may very well try the other out someday soon. I think it will be fun, now though to be able to try and  make different types of tea, and with such little work at all, before getting to enjoy a nice relaxing cup of Chamomile, green or any other flavor loose leaf tea.
Libre glass'n poly
Although My Libre tea glass is wonderful, I do kinda wish it had a handle, as I am always running after, little ones on the go,and to afraid I'm going to drop it  if I take it with me. Knowing that  it's  durable polycarbonate exterior, and a glass interior does reassure me a little though.  The top, and metal filter both screw and unscrew from the Libre Tea glass very easy as well, and makes it less likely to spill any of the wonderful Tea you just made, The Libre Tea glass really is small enough to fit in a purse, backpack,lunch box, or gym bag, to take really anywhere, I have found, I haven't left the house with it yet, I will have to test it out this summer though for sure, when we go to the park, or zoo.
They do offer a Libre Tea Mug! This is the most ideal I think if your chasing kids on the go. Just because of the handle. 
Please do be careful when Using hot boiling water though. 
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Step 1:                               Step 2:                                     Step 3:
Remove the lid and filter; carefully add hot water to below the rim of the tea glass.
Twist the filter on securely; add 2 -3 grams of loose- leaf tea on top of the filter.
Wait 2-3 minutes prior to twisting on lid so steam pressure does not force a leak upon inverting.

After a brief cool down period, twist on the lid securely and slowly turn the glass upside down to steep the tea.Twist off the lid and filter together.
Enjoy. (Note: spent tea leaves remain in the filter and can be reused)


Disclosure: The author, manufacturer, or representing PR provided a product to review. No compensation was provided. The opinions expressed are my own personal and honest thoughts. *

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-DP
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