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Add a little fizz
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When two of our favourites come together – it's just magic.
Some days call for sweatpants, some days call for jeans. On days we're feeling fancy, we reach for a glass of sparkling tea. Just open a bottle of fizz – from sparkling water to sparkling wine or Champagne – and introduce it to your favourite fruity tea. For the ultimate experience, top your TeaPop with chunks of mouthwatering fresh fruit.
Of course, there's a little more to it than that – but not much more. For details on measurements & more, follow our visual how-to guide. Cheers!
Measure your tea
Measure your favourite tea like a pro by using the DavidsTea Perfect Spoon – a stainless steel spoon designed to help measure your loose leaf tea correctly. Just scoop 4 Perfect Spoons (approx. 3 tablespoons) of your loose leaf tea into the DavidsTea 16 oz Steeper.
Pour in hot water
With your loose leaf ready to go, it's now time to fill your Steeper with 4 oz of near-boiling water from a kettle. Water temperature is one of the most important variables in steeping a consistently delicious cup of tea. So how hot should your water be? To make sure you get the best results, follow this simple steeping guide.
Let it steep
This is where the magic happens.
Here's where you want to set a timer to give your tea the time it needs to release all of its wonderful flavours and aromas.
Dispense tea over ice
Fill your mug with ice, rest the Steeper right on top and watch as your infused tea pours out like magic through the easy-release valve. The filter will strain your tea directly into your ice-filled cup while keeping the tea leaves in the infuser. And when you're done, the valve closes automatically.
Top with fizz
Grab a bottle of sparkling water, sparkling wine or Champagne, pop it open and top up your mug with fizz. Not only does TeaPop look amazing – the taste is out of this world.
The purest, least processed tea, with a delicate and smooth flavour.
Bright, invigorating and delicate – green tea leaves are either steamed or pan-fired.
Japanese green tea:
Chinese green tea:
Partly oxidized tea that’s deep, complex, and fragrant – a step along the way to black.
Fully oxidized during processing, it needs a lot of heat to help extract its dark, rich flavours.
An aged tea that’s naturally fermented for a sweet, mellow and distinctively earthy brew.
Get the perfect balance of toasty and earthy sweetness from this smooth South American herb.
A naturally sweet, hydrating and caffeine-free herb that comes from the South African rooibos bush.
Don’t have a thermometer?
Use the boil-and-wait method.
95°C - 90°C:
Once your kettle has boiled, let sit for about 1-3 min with the lid open.
80°C - 85°C:
Once your kettle has boiled, let sit for about 7-8 min with the lid open.
Once your kettle has boiled, let sit for about 10 min with the lid open.
The world of
iced tea awaits
Discover flavourful & unforgettable blends.