Student Designed Infuser Tops $360,000 on Kickstarter – Need to Know

Tea Biz

By Nanette Jackson

TEABIZ-AudioIcon2_transparent Click here to listen to the inventors tell their story (15 min).

Three college students in Bellingham, Wash., set out to design an innovative magnetic brewing vessel to flip your world upside-down and throw tea bags into the past.

Now they are raising money to launch this project – lots of money.

TEABIZ_NTK_150615_Imbue-FlipA 30-day Kickstarter campaign that ended last week received $362,679 from 6,248 backers. The team’s initial $20,000 goal was met May 4, the day it launched.

The infuser design was a fund-raising project at Western Washington University created to support the Industrial Design Program.

The Imbue vessel has a magnetized loose-leaf tea holder on the inside of the lid. When you flip the container upside-down, it brews the tea. Once steeped to that perfect shade, you can flip it right side up and remove the magnetic holder to enjoy your drink.

All of the vessels…

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