Bodum Columbia Stainless Steel Tea Press, 51-Ounce

June 28, 2019 - Comment

Tea and the British seem to be inseparable in our perception of English culture. When BODUM was asked by the British Tea Council to develop a new way of brewing tea we were rather proud. We set out with the goal to make an innovation in tea drinking and the simple BODUM tea-brewing system was

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Tea and the British seem to be inseparable in our perception of English culture. When BODUM was asked by the British Tea Council to develop a new way of brewing tea we were rather proud. We set out with the goal to make an innovation in tea drinking and the simple BODUM tea-brewing system was born: boil water, place your preferred tea leaves in the stainless steel filter, pour in the hot water, let steep 3-4 min. or to your preferred taste and press down the plunger. The brewing process has stopped – no need to remove the filter – no mess – no burned fingers, only the true unforgettable and delicious taste of your preferred tea. And everything can go in the dishwasher.

Product Features

  • Brews tea at preferred strength without a need to remove the infuser
  • Stainless steel body and lid
  • Patented system stops brewing when tea is plunged so tea is not bitter
  • 51 oz. capacity
  • All parts dishwasher safe

Comments

Anonymous says:

Design, Functionality, and Volume This is a rather basic tea pot. But one that looks extraordinarily nice. We drink a lot of tea, and our old Bodum pot was just too small. The Columbia Tea Press has a great volume, you can fit in 1.7L easily. I like the Stainless Steel look and the pot is easy to clean.But the thing that I like the most is how it carries, the weight is just balanced ideally when the pot is full with water. It is close to perfect design – in my opinion.Now, as pointed out by another…

Anonymous says:

A Big Disappointment! We bought this kettle in 2005 Form the first time. We bought it then because it was double wallled (keeps tea hot for a good 3h) and was easy to clean. When we bought this one, we thought, we’d get the same one again. THAT IS NOT THE CASE. This teapot has the same shape and great tea filters system as the one from 2005. But it is only single walled and a pain to clean. It is a huge down grade of the pot in a stupid effort to reduce cost at the expense of usability and utility. The steel is also…

Anonymous says:

Nice, but does not work with induction stove I mostly like this, but I really wanted one that would work with my induction stove. This one does not work, but I use an interface disk to make it work. Link to disk: http://www.amazon.com/Max-Burton-6010-Induction-Heat-Proof/dp/B00213L3PK/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1423684066&sr=8-6&keywords=induction+stove+cook+plate

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