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A distinctively designed machine

From the front the Teforia Infuser certainly doesn't look like your average kitchen appliance.

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The app helps to make tea

Use the companion mobile app (iOS and Android) to see what types of tea the Teforia can brew and get status updates when it's in action.

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A tap tells it how to brew

Teforia sells special tea packs that have RFID tags inside their labels. Tap them against the Infuser's reader so the machine pulls up the correct recipe.

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Pour your leaves into the globe

After a quick scan, peel off the tea pack's label and pour its contents into the infusion globe.

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Make sure to fill the water tank

There's a big water tank in back of the machine, and it also has a filter.

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The Infuser really puts on a show

The Teforia Infuser puts on an engaging show while processing the tea leaves with hot water.

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Watch the tea flow down

Brewed tea flows into the glass carafe below in stages called "micro infusions."

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Pour when ready

You can pour brewed tea into a cup immediately or store it inside the carafe, which keeps it hot for 1 hour.

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No real buttons, and faint icons

You won't find any true buttons here. Instead you get lit symbols that are faint and hard to decipher.

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