Sunday, August 22, 2010

Iced Tea Maker Features Brew Stop Filter

Iced Tea Maker Features Brew Stop Filter, Providing Complete Control of Brewing Process
(from a press release)

Online tea shop ESP Emporium, purveyors of fine loose leaf tea, has announced the arrival of their “Brew Stop” Iced Tea maker – a revolutionary invention that offers complete control over the brewing process and the taste of iced tea.

“Our iced tea maker makes it very easy to make the perfect brew of iced tea” said Elena Popec, co-founder of ESP Emporium. “A simple turn of the lid interrupts the brewing process without compromising the taste, allowing you to stop the brewing process at any desired point and control the strength of the brew”.

“This iced tea maker puts a twist on the specialty teas we offer” said Popec. “Tasting our tea served cold is a pleasantly unique way to experience flavors that our customers already love, especially so since the strength of the brew can so easily be adjusted”.

The new (61 fl. Oz) iced tea maker is comprised of high-quality PC (Polycarbonate) BPA-free material, and is ideal for making up to 7 cups per brew. The stylishly-designed pot is constructed in such a manner as to allow for monitoring of the expansion of the tea leaves during the brewing process, which can be stopped at any desired point.

ESP Emporium’s new Ice Tea Maker (SRP $38.95) is available immediately from ESP Emporium, and qualifies for free shipping.

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