Good for urban traveling. Including: a travel tea set, a vacuum bottle, a chocolate box (I love Maxim's chocolate box as much as its contents!), then a few pieces of simple kitchen ware from where I stayed.
The bottle is convenient to use for cold brewing, and easy to carry around. I believe it's designed for hot water brewing, but I can't think of any of my tea that can be hot brewed in this way. I use it for a few Taiwan oolong that I didn't like in normal brewing but later found nice in cold brewing. A couple of green teas work well in this way too.
The major drawbacks are: 1) it's still plastic (but so far I don't like carrying glass bottle or non-transparent bottle); 2) Its tea cage is quite small. I wish it were at least twice as large.
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