Beautiful Beaches Glass Tea Flask with Cover – Banana Leaf
Beautiful Beaches Tea Flasks are made from double wall borosilicate glass with a stainless steel tea infuser so you can brew and carry tea on the go. With a 500ml capacity, they’re nicely sized for a generous hot tea, iced tea or fruit infused drink. You can also use them for just plain drinking water in the purity of glass with a little insulation.
The tea strainer/infuser comes in two pieces with the longer lower section housing tea or fruit, and the short top section, a strainer (which also holds the infuser in place) so there aren’t tea leaves floating around in your tea.
The Beautiful Beaches glass tea flask also comes with a gorgeously patterned neoprene cover designed to not only provide a little insulation but also added protection to help you safely carry your tea flask out with you. The cover has a zip so it’s easy to remove for washing by hand or in your washing machine.
And remember, the bottle is glass, so you do need to take care with it, even when it’s in its cover. Also, while the tea flask is made to take hot and cold drinks, borosilicate glass does not like extreme changes of temperature so be careful not to pour hot or boiling water into right after it’s been in the fridge.
Overall, it’s a gorgeous bottle and excellent for a variety of hot or cold infused drinks.
Capacity: 500 ml
Diameter: 7cm at base without cover
Mouth diameter: 43 mm
Colour Choice: Clear with Green Banana Leaf Pattern Cover
- 500ml capacity
- Bottle made from Heat resistant borosilicate glass
- Double wall
- Screw-on with BPA-free plastic inner
- Neoprene cover with carry strap provides some insulation and protection
- Removable 2-part stainless steel infuser / strainer for tea or fruit infusions
- Doubles as a teapot/maker and drink bottle
- Reusable and recyclable
- NOT freezer, microwave or oven safe; avoid quick chill zone in fridge
- Avoid extreme temperature changes
- Neoprene cover is machine washable.
CARE: Handle with care. Hand wash in warm soapy water.
Avoid extreme temperature changes as from cold to hot or vice versa (fridge to pouring in hot or boiling water for example). For best results and safety, allow kettle water temperature to drop to around 80°C (which is the temperature perfect for brewing green tea), before pouring into bottle.