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Topic: Brewt, anyone? (6 msgs / 83 lines)
1) From: Maryann & Dave Schellenberg
I attended a fund raising dinner tonight, and in the process won a 
package of tea related stuff from a local store called Cornelia Bean.
One item in the package, called "Brewt", is sold as a tea infuser, but 
it claims to be good for making coffee and hot chocolate as well.
Anyone seen or tried one of these? Wanna trade for a Sylvia (which 
probably does a lousy job of making hot chocolate or even tea)?
Dave S.

2) From: raymanowen
I've seen so-called tea infusers that looked like smallish French presses,
and I've been thinking of using a purpose-made Bodum press for whole green
tea leaves, or just the loose tea. I know almost nothing about tea, except
if I don't have to roast it or grind it maybe I won't botch it.
Cheers -RayO, aka Opa!
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3) From: Eddie Dove
Subcontracting the botching?
On 2/18/07, raymanowen  wrote:

4) From: HarleyNew LoRyder
Have you ever used the Silvia? My understanding is it can do a great 
job...with the right grinder.
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5) From: Brett Mason
I will step forward and volunteer for this one.
To whom shall I send the Brewt, and when can I expect the Silvia?
On 2/17/07, Maryann & Dave Schellenberg  wrote:

6) From: Vicki Smith
Brett, you inspire me. I would be willing to do something similar, and 
volunteer to send an (almost new) claw hammer in exchange for a Rocky.
Brett Mason wrote:

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