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, they were rather proud. The Assam Tea Press was dreamed up with the goal to make an innovation in tea drinking, and the Bodum tea-brewing system was born. Boil water while you place your preferred fine loose tea leaves in the stainless steel filter. Pour in the hot water and let steep 3 to 4 minutes or to your preferred taste. Press down the plunger, and the brewing process has stopped with the aroma locked in. No need to remove the filter - no mess - no burned fingers, only the true unforgettable and delicious taste of your preferred tea. The classic Assam tea pot with the new stainless steel filter comes in two different sizes: 32 oz. and 16 oz. of aromatic delight. The Bodum Assam Tea Press in borosilicate glass jug, glass handle, and steel infuser and lid. The clear glass makes the infusion visible at all times, making it a very attractive table piece. Everything can go in the dishwasher; the jug (without the filter, rod and lid) can go in the microwave.
Bodum, Inc., is a tableware and kitchenware company founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1944 by Peter Bodum. Renowned for its iconic French Press coffeemaker and signature Scandinavian design aesthetic, BODUM has grown into a global housewares brand, with distribution in more than 55 countries. Headquartered in Switzerland, the company continues to develop all products in-house under its core principle that good design should be both functional and affordable. The range of products extends from coffee, tea, and glassware to kitchen electrics and gadgets. A family-owned company, the brand is directed today by the founder's son, Jørgen Bodum.
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