Even tea-obsessed people will find the Teforia's price tough to swallow
A good espresso machine can easily cost $1,000 or more.
But how about a tea maker?
Meet these $1,500 TEFORIA infuser.
So what do you get for $1,500?
Well you get handsome design.
It's not exactly what I would call extremely high-end.
It's plastic which is a bummer for the price but it does everything automatically and it's easy to clean which is definitely a plus.
It's not all plastic though.
The carafe is glass As well as the infusing orb, this circular chamber where you actually brew the tea.
The infuser is also packed with some pretty sophisticated technology.
It has wi-fi so it connects to your network.
You can also control it via a mobile application.
And that will be able to let you know what Tea is in your pantry, as well as order more tea directly through Teaforia.
Each packet you buy from Teaforia also has RFID technology to that you can tap it on the top of the machine, and that allows you to, basically brew everything automatically and the machine will know exactly what to do without you having to Can do anything.
The machine is also designed to do something called micro-infusion.
Essentially, water goes up and down and steeps the tea multiple times just to pull out the perfect flavor and all the taste that That you want to get out of the [UNKNOWN] about any of the nasty stuff.
All that aside, this machine is still extremely expensive, so that is probably the biggest drop back of this device.
Also, you don't really have much control over how you brew your tea, it just does it based on what type of tea you tell him it that you're gonna be actually use.
To all the people, [UNKNOWN] can brew a very good cup if tea.
It's not $1500 You'd better off spending your money elsewhere.
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