Iced Tea Maker, 3-Qt
Custom brew fresh iced tea easily in one simple touch with the Mr. Coffee® Fresh Tea Iced Tea Maker! Brew strength bar adjusts to brew just they way you like it. Make gourmet, flavor-infused iced teas just like the coffeehouse. Includes 4 recipes. See More...
Fresh, home-made iced tea has never been easier using the Mr. Coffee® Fresh Tea Iced Tea Maker. Use tea bags or tea leaves to create refreshing iced tea drinks, whether you prefer traditional unsweetened tea or gourmet-infused flavors. Just add water, tea, ice, flavor ingredients and brew! In about 10 minutes you can be sipping you custom-brewed iced tea. Makes up to 2 quarts and automatically shuts off after cycle is complete. Skip the coffeehouse and enjoy fresh iced tea at home. Recipes included.
- 2 qt pitcher capacity
- Can brew tea bags or loose tea
- Removable brew basket
- Auto shut off after cycle is complete
- Recipes included
Iced Tea Maker, 3-Qt is rated out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ByteTek from The secret to great sweet tea. Grannie used to keep a pot of tea on the table all waking hours. She probably averaged 3 pitchers a day. She'd dump a the appropriate amount of Lipton's Loose Leaf tea into a pot of boiling water and then monitor the burner to insure it didn't bil over. Then of course it had to steep for the appropriate amount of time. Once the tea had given up most of its flavor she'd strain it off into her Jewel Tea teapot add sugar and top off the water. Good tea Grannie! I'm too busy for all (that) but I still use only Lipton's Loose Leaf Tea. I use the ugly Blue 3-Qt. Mr. Coffee Iced Tea Maker (TM70). I don't have to worry about steep time or it boiling over. Over the years I've wore out a couple of them and that's a lot of tea. I mostly disregard the instructions. I do fill the brew chamber to the full line with water. I put about the same amount of water in the pitcher cause the tea coming out of the machine is hot. I put a paper Mr. Coffee filter into the removable brew basket and add 1/3 cup of loose leaf tea grounds. Line up the pitcher with the pot and push the button. Come back later when I'm ready. I dump the grounds, add 1/2 cup of sugar and more water to make 3 quarts. Frequently, if the mood strikes, I add a cup of Toani Raspberry, Peach or other syrup. That's Good tea Bubba! I've thought of getting the black pot (BVMC-TM33) as it's not so ugly and I'm easily entertained with shiny new gadgets. LOL
Date published: 2014-04-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bltx from On my 3rd tea maker. One good, Two worthless I needed to replace my old tea maker, The old one was great and couldn't wait for a new one. I bought one of the box shape maker and it leaked all over the counter. I did not over fill. I went back to the directions and reread. I still had the same problem. My son got so mad at it he threw it away. After 6 month I bought a new one the 3qt and this leaks all over the counter. It is not tea. It is clear water that is coming from the bottom. Half the water that I put in, ends up on the counter, Once again it was not over filled. So how do I fix this problem?
Date published: 2014-07-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sherri68 from I bought this today and I'm taking it back! I brought this today and I'm taking it back. I agree with the other comments that it leaks. Once it has turned off and you pull the pitcher out the machine still leaks out. I have had the model number TM35 for years and the only reason I bought this one is because my pitcher started leaking and I tried to get an new pitcher for it but they don't make them anymore. When I opened the box I could see right away that it was cheaply made.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by Teresa from very disappointed I brought the tea maker to replace an older model that broke and i like a fresh pitcher of tea ever morning. And no matter what I do everytime I start a pitcher I end up with tea all over my counter. I'm very careful to make sure the pitcher is in place before I push the button to start it, but always end up with half a pitcher of tea and the other half all over the counter.
Date published: 2014-05-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by myra1 from i have owned several mr coffee iced tea makers . I bought this one in June and did not unpack it until July so I would have it to use when the person who makes my tea left. this tea make leaks from somewhere but I can not find out were or why. I feel it should be replaced , I thought it was me so I had my son-in-law come down who makes tea in his all the time and it still leaked., I would recommend it if they try it immediately and take back if it does not work , I feel I just got a deformed tea maker in some way,. this is hot to give it a bad rating it is to let people know they need to check it out early and not wait like I did.
Date published: 2014-08-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by smg724 from Needs Improvement! This machine does not allow the tea to steep, it just continuously drips. The machine has a hidden overflow hole in the back that you do not know about until you overfill it and find out on your own. Finally, the pitcher takes up too much room in the frig since it is now shorter and wider.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ferreteer from Best Iced Tea Maker I bought mine several years ago and make tea everyday. Everyone says its the best tea they've had. It brews the tea for the perfect amount of time. Never over or under brewed. Fool proof every time.
Date published: 2014-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kalma from Pay attention to instructions and get perfect tea. It's really not so difficult. There's an overfill line that, when you over fill the brew station, will spill out onto the counter. It's pretty easy to find on the outside, and then just locate it on the inside. Fill the picture with as much tea as you want to make. Pour the water into the brew station to the fill line, leave the rest of the water in the pitcher and put on the lid, put the pitcher into the brewing slot. There's a knob that lets you control the brew strength, this keeps the tea in the tea basket longer so you can have stronger tea. This also means there's going to be some tea left over in the basket even though the machine looks off. Check the basket to see if it's empty.. if it's not, and you have to have the tea right now, change your brew strength to low and the basket will empty faster. If the basket is full of tea and you move the pitcher then it's going to pour tea all over your counter. Ignore anything that says to put anything other than tea in the basket. Everything else (honey, sugar, whatever) turns to goop and you end up throwing out most of it. Put it in the pitcher after you've poured your water into the brew station. Stir after the basket is empty and while the tea is still warm. Sugar will dissolve perfectly. Think that's all the complaints. This is my second Ice Tea maker.. seems like each version is made with cheaper parts than the one before. My first one didn't stain much, my second one looks like the inside of a smoker's lungs. Washing it in the dish washer helps some, but it gets stained back up again pretty quickly. If you're making tea for guests you'll probably want a fancy pitcher to pour the tea in after you've made it in your ugly pitcher. I'm sad to see so many bad reviews for these pitchers when it's mostly just user error rather than a problem with the machine.
Date published: 2014-07-26