Iced Tea Pitcher with Infuser

1 glass pitcher infuser | 1000ml - 34oz

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Iced Tea Pitcher With Infuser and choice of 3-tea variety pack

$74.95 CAD

The Details

We just made iced tea even cooler. This handy iced tea pitcher lets you steep, ice, pour, and store all without breaking a sweat or making a mess. This glass pitcher infuser steeps tea beautifully and filters out tiny particles, and the infuser is easily removed to add ice. The elements quickly disassemble for easy cleaning – good thing, because you'll be using this pitcher non-stop, all summer long.


✓ Steep Perfect Iced Tea In Minutes
✓ Non-Slip Silicone Sleeve
✓ Large Stainless Steel Infuser With Micro Perforations
✓ Fully Disassembles For Easy Clean Up
✓ Heat Resistant Borosilicate Glass Body
✓ Drip-Free Spout
✓ Fits Perfectly In Your Fridge Door
✓ BPA and Bisphenol Free
✓ Dishwasher Safe


1. Remove the lid.
2. Add 5-6 tbsp. of loose leaf tea to the infuser.
3. Pour over with hot water, filling to just above the line of the silicone sleeve. Replace lid and let steep.
4. Remove lid and infuser, and add desired amount of ice. Be sure your tea line stays beneath the spout.
5. Replace lid and either store in the fridge, or pour over ice and enjoy.
6. Spout, infuser, and lid inset easily disassemble for cleaning.


Can you put hot tea in a pitcher?

Our iced tea pitcher is safe for hot tea. Unlike many plastic pitchers, our glass pitcher with infuser is BPA and bisphenol free – so no chemicals are released when you add hot water. Enjoy iced tea, without worrying about chemicals. See How To Use above for full instructions for use.

How do you make iced tea with an infuser pitcher?

We've made it simple. (Because a refreshing iced tea on a hot day is a lot less refreshing when making it is a pain.) Simply add your tea leaves to the built-in infuser, add hot water to steep, then remove the infuser and add ice. Easy to use, stores perfectly in the fridge, and a cinch to clean. Oh, and it looks great, too. See How To Use above for detailed instructions.

Can you make iced tea in glass pitcher?

Definitely. In fact, we highly recommend it. We've designed the best iced tea pitcher available, made out of safe and stylish glass, silicone, and stainless steel. The Firebelly Iced Tea Pitcher With Infuser was designed to fit perfectly in your fridge door, so you can easily have iced tea at the ready. Just be prepared to turn heads when you bring it out with guests over. See How To Use above for detailed instructions.

How many tea bags to make 2 quarts of iced tea?

Our Iced Tea Pitcher With Infuser makes just over 1 quart (34 ounces) of iced tea. We recommend using 5-6 tbsp. of loose leaf tea per pitcher.

What is a pitcher of iced tea?

A good time, that's what. The Firebelly Iced Tea Pitcher With Infuser was designed to make it easy to steep, store, and serve iced tea without fussing with multiple tools or making a mess. Plus, it looks great and is made of BPA and bisphenol free glass, silicone, and stainless steel – no concerns about chemicals here. Easily enjoy iced tea without having to steep, cool, and serve separately. Stores perfectly in your fridge.

What is a tea pitcher?

A tea pitcher is the perfect way to enjoy iced tea at home in a larger batch that can be stored in the fridge or serves multiple people. What makes the Firebelly Tea Iced Tea Pitcher With Infuser so innovative is that you can steep, chill, store, and serve all from one tea pitcher. Plus, the sleek, modern design is about as sexy as kitchenwares get, and that never hurts.

Can you put boiling water in a tea pitcher?

Our tea pitcher is made out of safe materials for use with hot water. The Firebelly Iced Tea Pitcher With Infuser is a glass pitcher with a silicone sleeve and stainless steel tea infuser. These iced tea pitcher materials are BPA and bisphenol free. It is not recommended to put hot water in most plastic pitchers. Be sure to check our steeping tips for optimal water temperatures for your tea.