Make your own fresh, iced tea with the Ceylon Iced Tea Jug by Bodum®.
Just add your favourite whole leaves to the plastic jug's removable filter, pour a few ounces of boiling water over the leaves, fill in the rest with cold water and refrigerate overnight. Not just for iced tea, the jug is great for serving all kinds of summertime beverages—from fruity sangria to ice water with lemon—plus warm beverages during cooler months. Dishwasher safe, the Ceylon is the simple, easy way to brew and serve up to 12 cups of your favourite beverages.
How to Prepare
The Ceylon allows you to easily make delicious, natural iced tea using your favourite ingredients.
Just follow these simple steps.
- Add your preferred tea leaves into the removable filter.
- Pour 1-2 cups of boiling water over the leaves and add your preferred amount of sugar.
- After the sugar has dissolved, fill the jug with cold water. Close the lid, and leave the tea jug in the fridge over night. The next morning enjoy your tasty iced tea.
Versatile jug holds up to 1.5 liters of hot or cold tea and fits in most refrigerator doors.
See-through plastic container allows you to see if your tea has been brewed to the proper strength.
Removable filter system allows the Ceylon to double as a serving pitcher.
Screening filter on lid helps prevent particulates from flowing into cup.
- Dimensions: 5.6"D x 7.6"W x 9.7"H
- Capacity: 12 cups (1.5 L)
- Weight: 1 lb
- Construction: Plastic
Reviewed by 3 customers
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The idea of this iced maker is good. However it is very poor quality with a hole in the bottom of the pitcher. Very big disappointment to me.
Pleased with the look and the weight of the pitcher. Looking forward to warm weather to put it to full use.
This is a smaller unit than expected, but in a good way. My fridge is always full, and it fits in there fine. It would fit in the door if I could find room among my jams. :0) The tea strainer part is removable for easy cleaning. It's a little tricky the first time to get it in perfectly but once you get the hang of it, it's easy to do. My only kvetches are: It doesn't give in the instructions very clear instructions for using with boiling water (it says "hot" but with plastic, you're just never sure); the holes in the strainer are large so some tea may drift through (but the lid has another strainer which is a good design decision); and the lid doesn't come all the way down (99.9%). These are VERY minor gripes -- overall this is the nicest iced tea maker I've owned, and I am really liking it. I may be able to start to use up the stockpile of herbal teas I have now.