Capresso Iced Tea Maker



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I’m a hot tea kind of gal. When I’m sick that is. I don’t like iced tea. At all. The hubby however does like iced tea on occasion. But it HAS to be cold. As soon as it starts warming up he makes a face. You know the one. Like a 6 year old that was just forced to eat spinach. Cooked spinach. Me? I like cooked spinach. Most people make that face though. You know, the one the hubby makes when he drinks warm iced tea. Which I guess is just called tea.

So the hubby drinks iced tea. But in case you haven’t noticed, buying bottled iced tea is pretty much just as expensive as soda. Not to mention all the plastic bottles. Plus, like most bottled drinks anymore there are a lot of weird ingredients. Sodium Polyphosphate? What is that? Salt? And Caramel Color. Why is there caramel color? IS that because there’s no real tea in the drink. When I make tea you know what makes the “Caramel Color?” The tea bag.

So there has to be a better way. I like that the hubby drinks iced tea instead of soda, but I would prefer something a little healthier. You know, like actual tea, and maybe a little real sugar to sweeten it instead of chemicals and coloring. And this is now possible with the Capresso Iced Tea Maker.

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This handy tea brewer lets you use tea bags or loose tea to brew iced tea to your liking. Make it as strong or weak as you want. It comes with a lovely glass pitcher you can add all of your ice and then maybe some fruit or whatever you would like for sweetened or flavored tea. As an added bonus, there is a recipe book with 18 mouthwatering recipes included AND you can find more on the Capresso blog. Get those creative juices flowing! The ingredients are whatever you decide to put in, and no chemical compounds you can’t pronounce.

About the Capresso Iced Tea Maker

Custom brew a refreshing pitcher of iced tea at the touch of a button with the Capresso Iced Tea Maker. Iced tea can be served and stored in the beautiful glass pitcher. The maker includes an 80 oz. (2.5 qt.) glass pitcher with removable lid and an easy-pour spot. The flavor enhancer allows you to adjust brew strength from mild to strong. There is a removable permanent filter for loose tea or tea bags. BONUS: the safe glass pitcher, permanent filter, and removable filter basket are all dishwasher safe.

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Disclaimer: This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post are my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion of this product.

Michelle


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  1. I love that it comes with a glass pitcher, nothing worse than iced tea that tastes like hot plastic.

  2. Emily Endrizzi says:

    Lol. I know that face well! I love iced tea, but like your husband, it has to be COLD! I would love this! I would drink iced tea every day instead of cans of soda! Awesome little machine!

  3. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I love that you can have the tea your way strong is the way I like it and would love to try it with some fruit like oranges in it with passion tea.

  4. Thanks for the review. I love ice tea and I drink too much soda so I’d love to have something like this . I’d surely cut down on soda intake. I love that you can control the strength of the brew and that they include recipes. Great way to quench that thirst during summer.
    Carol L

  5. I like that you can use tea bags or loose tea.

  6. cheryl s says:

    I like you can choose the strength of the tea. My favorite flavored tea is peach or raspberry

  7. Beth Jones says:

    Love that it comes with a pitcher and that it was cold and not hot.

  8. Sandra Watts says:

    I like that it is made right in a handy little pitcher for easy serving and that I can use either tea bags or loose tea.

  9. love how you can add while it is brewing- no fuss no muss

  10. Angelica Dimeo says:

    I love that you can have the option of brewing loose tea

  11. Kathy Lausche says:

    I learned that the flavor enhancer allows you to adjust brew strength from mild to strong. And that there is a removable permanent filter for loose tea or tea bags.

  12. Maureen Stein says:

    I didn’t know the Capresso tea brewer lets you use tea bags or loose tea to brew iced tea to your liking.

  13. Darlene Sullins says:

    I love that the tea brewer lets you use tea bags or loose tea to brew iced tea to your liking!

  14. Cheryl Rahkonen says:

    I learned that the Capresso Iced Tea Maker comes with a 2.5 quart glass pitcher-having a glass pitcher is very important. This is the only tea maker that I have seen that comes with a glass pitcher.

  15. Kim Pinch says:

    I like that you can use both loose leaf tea and tea bags because I have both. I love fruit flavored iced teas.

  16. Elizabeth says:

    I like that this Capresso Iced Tea Maker allows you to brew tea bags or loose tea. Tea can be brewed to whatever strength you desire…mild to strong. I really like the Glass Pitcher!

  17. Amanda Stovall says:

    Mmm… Okay, so I LOVE me some super sweet iced tea, I’m a Southern girl through & through!!!? :) And though I’ve never tried ‘strawberry flavored tea’, this review & it’s photos are sure enticing me to brew some up!!! :) I learned from this review, that the maker comes with a recipe book for inspiring some awesome drink mixes!!!!! Thanks!!!!!! :)

  18. Dale Hunsberger says:

    I love this thing! I love ice tea, but it always seems to be a pain to get it just right – this would be perfect!

  19. Debbie Welchert says:

    This sounds like a great tea maker. I like that you can use tea bags or loose tea. I love both iced and hot tea. If I happen to be sick, I love adding a bit of honey to my tea, which really taste good. My favorite tea to drink is black tea with or without sugar.

  20. I love that it lets you brew loose tea! I have a rooibos chai that is just divine for iced tea :)

  21. I love that I can adjust the strength of the tea. I love strong tea, so that’s a definite bonus. I also like that it’s a safe glass pitcher and not plastic.

  22. This looks great! We have an old ice tea maker that has seen better days. The pitcher is sporting duct tape. LOL! I love plain iced tea – unsweetened.

  23. Melissa S says:

    We make a knockoff Arizona green tea that this would be great for.

  24. This would be an excellent addition. We drink a lot of tea.

  25. Alison Gibb says:

    I learned this ice tea brewer comes with a glass pitcher. My favorite kind of ice tea is Peach!

  26. laura rubenstein says:

    I learned you can you bag tea or loose tea.

  27. Richard Hicks says:

    I learned that it you can use either loose tea or pre bagged tea.

  28. Linda Madden says:

    I like that it comes with a recipe book

  29. Beatrice P says:

    I love Apricot iced tea

  30. I am loving that the pitcher is glass so not liking the old plastic one of the tea maker I had years ago this is more sophisticated…

  31. jessica z says:

    I learned that the Capresso Iced Tea Maker can brew bags of tea or loose tea – pretty cool, because I have both!

  32. courtney hennagir says:

    I love that I can use tea bags or loose tea! I have so many favorites that I can’t wait to try iced!

  33. MARLA KING says:

    You can brew loose tea or tea bags.

  34. Michelle S says:

    I love iced tea just like your husband. I associate hot tea with being sick because that’s what my Mom used to make us drink. I love the picture made with strawberries.

  35. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    We love iced tea with a bit of sugar and lemon. I really like the glass pitcher!

  36. Gina Gallagher says:

    I love that you can use loose tea or tea bags. I am always getting tea in subscription boxes and free samples of tea, and I’d love to actually use them up!

  37. cyndee robinson says:

    I like the handy pitcher.

  38. Karen Drake says:

    I like to put sliced lemon wedges in my iced tea. I would really enjoy having this.

  39. I love that this Capresso iced tea maker allows you to use either loose tea or actual tea bags. This is awesome because you can switch up what you want to have for the time being.

  40. Cheryl Larimer says:

    I love iced tea in the summer and really like that this machine can take tea bags or loose tea. Thanks for the review.

  41. amy guillaume linderman says:

    i have a huge collection of both loose tea and bagged tea…it would be great that i could use both kinds to make iced tea!

  42. Monica W. says:

    I did not know I could use tea bags or loose tea – you got my attention!

  43. jules m. says:

    i typically have ice tea or lemonade in the fridge at all times, and i would love this. i especially love you can control how weak or strong and the glass pitcher is awesome!

  44. I love Raspberry Iced Tea. My Tea has to be cold and I love that’s glass. I don’t like plastic anything. We only use glass in our house because I don’t like the taste that plastic gives. Thank you for the chance to in :)

  45. I like an iced tea that’s smooth and lemony. Sweet, but not too sweet. When it’s hot outside, I drink it to feel refreshed. When the tea is too sweet, it just leaves me thirsty.

  46. This looks like a great product! Perfect for making mint iced tea!

  47. I really love how you can infuse the fresh fruit into the iced tea. What a great concept!

  48. Barb Stenby says:

    This is fabulous! I like that you can brew the tea as weak or strong as you like! i like the fresh fruit idea because peach tea is my favorite

  49. Rebecca Wood says:

    We are big tea drinkers in my house. I love that this lets you brew loose leaf teas!! Some of my favorite teas are loose leaf.

  50. Kayte CookWatts says:

    We drink a bunch of iced tea in the summer. Not only would they help us make it quickly, this is a really pretty appliance!

  51. robyn donnelly says:

    I like green tea and infusion water. I love tea overall like mint tea and other naturally flavored teas without the sugar.

  52. marilsequin says:

    I like the way you can see the fresh natural ingredients i add. I also like that you can use liise tea. I get Jasmine tea from my lical Chinese restaurant an can’t wait to use in this tea maker. Strawberry Jasmine tea.

  53. vickie allbright says:

    i love this and iced tea so this is perfect

  54. I learned that it can use loose tea or teabags.

  55. I like sweet tea with some peach in it.

  56. My favorite tea is sweet tea!

  57. I think it’s great you can control the strength of the tea!

  58. iced tea would be nice

  59. Laura Gibson says:

    Would love to try this.

  60. terry myers says:

    I like its cheaper than buying bottle tea if i win this I would try to get off diet coke i like tea but not with taste of plastic

  61. Sarah Karich says:

    What an awesome product. I am the world’s biggest iced tea fan. I need one of these in my life. Can’t wait to get mine.

  62. I love raspberry iced tea!

  63. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I like sweet tea. I like to drink it every day. I try not to make it too sweet though.

  64. Jennifer Thomas says:

    I love that you can use loose tea!! Not that I needed a reason to shop at Tevana..hehehe

  65. I like that I can I put t the dishwasher.

  66. I like that you can brew tea bags or loose tea.

  67. Amber Ludwig says:

    I love that you can use loose tea or tea bags! I love tea so much! My absolute fav is red rooibos!

  68. Tyler Calder says:

    I like green tea but infusing fruit into the tea sounds wonderful too

  69. renee mirsky says:

    Nice to have options such as being able to use either tea bags or loose tea. Versatile!

  70. Chelsea m says:

    I like that you can use both loose tea and tea bags

  71. Misty Battle says:

    I love this machine. It is so different than other machines. The flavor enhancer is an awesome tool, Great review,

  72. Crystal Warnick says:

    I have a tea maker and it is not good at all. It leaks every time I use it. I love how this one has a glass pitcher that comes with it. I love any kind of tea. Hot, cold, and any flavor.

  73. I would make wild blackberry green tea!

  74. I love that we can use tea bags or loose for this awesome Capresso iced tea maker!

  75. I like that you can use loose tea as well as bagged tea. In the last 3-4 years I’ve made the switch to loose tea and this looks like an easy way to make iced tea.

  76. I could really go for some mint green iced tea. it sounds so good and refreshing!

  77. Donna Pyszk says:

    I like having the choice to brew tea bags or loose tea 😀

  78. Donna C. says:

    I drink ice tea all the time and this is fabulous

  79. Jennifer Williams says:

    I love brewing custom fresh-fruit tea! My favorite iced tea involves raspberries and peaches. The Blackberry Hibiscus Iced Tea recipe on the blog sounds amazing though!

  80. Green tea is my favorite, and this machine is rad!

  81. Jennifer Reed says:

    I found out that the Capresso Iced Tea Maker brewer lets you use tea bags or loose tea to brew iced tea to your liking. I prefer black tea varieties.

  82. Dawn Keenan says:

    I love southern, freshed brewed tea with lots of sugar. I don’t do that often, so unsweetened with a squeeze of lemon is good enough for me!

  83. Serena Powell says:

    I like that the tea brewer lets you use tea bags or loose tea.

  84. Angela W says:

    I like that you can use tea bags or loose tea

  85. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    I love that you can make it and store the iced tea in a glass pitcher. Nothing is better than a glass of cold sweet tea from a glass pitcher!

  86. Francine Anchondo says:

    I like that you can use tea bags or loose tea.

  87. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I like that you can use loose tea with this.

  88. amy tolley says:

    such an amazing tea pitcher very stylish looking and great options great review ty for sharing

  89. Linda Szymoniak says:

    I’ve never really developed a taste for coffee. I guess you’d call me a lifetime tea toddler. I’ve worn out a couple of Mr. Coffee iced tea makers and a few sun tea jars. I just can’t stomach most “instant” teas, so fresh brewed is definitely the way I like to go. I especially love adding fresh fruit to my tea. Strawberry, peach, and mango are my favorites, but I’d love to try using Lychee or plum, too.

  90. Penny Kathleen says:

    I learned that you can use teabags or loose tea and make the tea as weak or strong as you’d like it!

  91. Cindy Conner Bowling says:

    I love that you can adjust the strength of the tea and it has a glass pitcher.

  92. barbara grunergruner says:

    Totally in love with this I want one

  93. Erica B. says:

    Adjusting the strength of the tea is nice.

  94. i love that you can adjust the strength

  95. Sherry Blamer says:

    I love both hot and cold tea. I usually drink iced tea. I love that it has recipes. The glass pitcher is pretty awesome.

  96. Nellie Curry says:

    I like that you can use the tea bags and still add fruits or other flavors

  97. Terri S. says:

    I’m a tea drinker and enjoy my first cup of hot tea when I start my day. I use loose teas mostly and occasionally a tea bag. Finally, the snow and ice have melted here. I’ll be making iced tea soon and this Capresso Iced Tea Maker would be perfect for me.

    • Terri S. says:

      Oh, one thing I forgot…I didn’t realize that buying bottled iced teas you get caramel coloring instead of the natural color from the tea and you get chemical compounds added too.

  98. Wanda McHenry says:

    I love that you can control the strength of the tea. I do it the old fashioned way and it takes 2 1/2 hours to get it to the way I like it, this machine would be awesome!

  99. Eugenia Hall says:

    I love iced tea, grew up on it as a kid. I like it just about every way it comes too – particularly with lots of fresh garden mint brewed in with it.

  100. Shakeia Rieux says:

    I like passion tea leamonade

  101. Kristin says:

    I love iced tea. My favorite is iced tea with a few mint leaves. It’s so refreshing. Or, with peach. Anything, really!

  102. shea balentine says:

    I’m a southern girl, so I love cold, sweet iced tea! my house goes through nearly a gallon a day!

  103. Kaye Newman says:

    I love sweet ice tea. I don not drink out of plastic containers. This glass pitcher would be perfect for me.

  104. Debra Guillen says:

    I like that you can choose the strength of your tea with this tea maker

  105. I like that it allows use of either loose or bagged tea leaves.

  106. Melanie Montgomery says:

    My husband loves to drink unsweet.

  107. brendawhite says:

    I like the fact it can be customized and I like plain tea with lemons, yummy, thanks!

  108. Kathy Pease says:

    I love my iced tea with a little sugar and a wedge of lemon

  109. I learned you can brew it as strong as you like I like herbal tea the best.

  110. Melissa Shirley says:

    I like regular old ice tea and I like no sugar in it. I was brought up drinking ice tea with no sugar and it grosses me out when I accidentally drink sweet tea that someone made. Mine never has sugar in it.

  111. Deana Honeycutt says:

    I love the green tea.

  112. I like that you simply use tea bags or loose tea, my hubby has a favorite tea he likes to make iced tea with, I would love to win this for my hubby!

  113. Jennifer Herman says:

    This looks so good and I would love to try it!

  114. Timothy says:

    I learned that it comes with a recipe book. This is great because there are so many different flavors you can make.

  115. Trisha McKee says:

    I learned and love that you can choose the strength of your iced tea. I’d love to make iced tea with mint.

  116. Buddy Garrett says:

    I like black tea.

  117. Brian E. says:

    We like to add mint leaves from our garden when we brew tea to make iced tea !

  118. Tamra Phelps says:

    I am definitely a cold iced tea kind of gal, lol. I love peach iced tea, & this machine looks impressive!

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