Stainless steel infuser tea mug. This Porcelain tea cup with infuser comes with a stainless steel tea infuser. Tea infusers are made from a variety of materials. The most popular is stainless steel, followed by silicone or plastic, then glass. Stainless steel won’t present the risk of adding an off taste to your tea. But their fine mesh often needs to be washed immediately after use. Silicone’s nonstick texture makes it a breeze for cleanup. But more sensitive palates may find that some silicone products leave a plasticky aftertaste. Glass infusers are an elegant option, but they’re more fragile than the other two varieties, meaning you’ll have to be a bit more cautious when using and washing them. Therefore, a stainless steel tea infuser mug is more popular.
Large size mug. Size is important when it comes to your tea infuser. The more room the tea leaves have to spread out and move in the hot water, the more flavorful your drink will be. If you usually use small tea cups, then something petite like a ball infuser will get the job done. But if you’re starting your morning with a 15-ounce Porcelain tea cup with infuser, a bigger tea infuser with a basket will be able to flavor that large amount of liquid. Also, if you’re looking to make more than one serving at a time, opt for a tea infuser kettle or teapot to make filling multiple cups a breeze.