Mr. Coffee's Tea Maker and Kettle treats its leaves differently
I normally prefer coffee in the morning.
But I definitely can appreciate a good cup of tea.
Here to take a lot of the complexity out of the situation is the Mister Coffee Tea Maker and Kettle.
For $100 this little device has a lot of presets for temperature.
And it matches the type of tea leaf you're trying to brew, so you just have to press one button and get the water to the ideal temperature.
And also, it will calculate the tea time based on what type of tea you're brewing.
To use this, what you do, is simply open the top here with the locking lid, Pour in your water and just press the button that you want.
Once it gets to that temperature, it'll beep and let you know that it's time to steep your tea leaves.
So, the next step is to use the infuser.
It's a little metal filter that you put your tea leaves in.
Now with the tea in there, it will automatically time how long the steep time should be.
Based on the type of tea that you're brewing.
And it'll beep again when it's time to take it out.
And you can have your tea sitting right there for, basically, like one hour.
And the machine will keep your tea warm for you.
To be clear though, the Mr. Coffee tea maker is not fully automatic.
For that you're gonna have to pay a lot more, to the tune of about $300 for a device from [UNKNOWN] but a lot more expensive.
If you want to check out more of our coffee and tea coverage, be sure to check out Cnet.com.
I'm Brian Bennett at the Cnet [UNKNOWN] [SOUND].
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