Starburst Turquoise 14oz
Inspired by supernovas and our connection to the cosmos ✨
Our Starburst Turquoise glass gives you a connection closer to the stars. Feel the good energy as you drink from our special glass, with bursts of green, blue, and yellow sparks.
✔️ Fresh taste and safe - Clean borosilicate glass interior for hot or cold
✔️ Strong and thermal - Durable BPA-free poly-exterior protects the glass
✔️ Removable stainless steel filter - For loose teas and fruit infusions
🚫 No more single-use plastics!
Enjoy your coffee or tea from school to work to the yoga studio — stay hydrated all day and night with this fun, bright addition to your Libre collection! Choose your #glasstogo now!
And now a tree is planted with every Libre purchase with the help of Eden reforestation.
Blueberry white tea
- Chamomile tea with lavender
- Pineapple-basil infusion
Shipping and Specs:
- We ship from Los Angeles, USA and Vancouver, CAN
- Volume: 420 mL (14 oz.)
- Size: approximately 8.75" (21.875cm) tall, 3.0" (7.50cm) diameter
- Materials: Borosilicate glass, BPA-free poly, stainless steel
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I absolutely loved this bottle until i realised the plastic rim isn't sealed well so tea gets into it but it cant be removed to clean so now i have stinky tea rot and cant use it 😥
I initially loved the way this infuser looked and felt but now that I've had it a while, I'm totally impressed by how well made it is! It's traveled with me and has been toted around town (with my kids snagging sips from it) and I'm surprisingly not worried at all about it breaking. It's been dropped and knocked over several times and still looks brand new. Plus it's super cute!
I've been using the large Libre tea bottle for years... I buy a new one roughly once/year, but only because I do something stupid like set it on top of the car only to have it slide off and break internally. I LOVE these things, and use them 2-3 times per day.
Although you're supposed to be able to flip them upside down for brewing, I think that's a bit much to ask of a seal between glass and plastic when scalding hot water that creates pressure is involved. I simply use a tea bag, loosely set the lid on top of the bottle while my tea brews (don't screw it on fully or it will cause a suction issue as the tea starts to cool), then remove the tea bag & place the strainer lid on the bottle. I do this because I find it much easier to drink out of the strainer lid than directly from the bottle - I'm a slob and would spill tea all over myself if I didn't use the strainer lid.
If I'm using loose tea, I simply place the tea in the bottle with my boiling water, then put strainer lid on, and drink once it's brewed a few minutes. If you feel your loose tea HAS to be brewed only a very specific amount of time, I suggest using muslin bags or brewing the tea in a teapot then pouring it into the Libre bottle.
These things rock... I take mine to work, yoga, out on errands, etc. I've lost count of the number of people who want to know where to get one when they see mine.
This loose leaf tea mug is everything I hoped it would be! Easy to use and very well made.
These are nice. They leak a little but I think that is why a n extra silicone gasket is included