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Mr. Coffee® 3-qt. Iced Tea Maker

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Whether it's sweet tea or peach mango, always have enough on hand with this iced tea maker.

  • brews tea bags or loose tea
  • removable brew basket
  • auto shutoff after cycle is complete
  • 3-quart capacity pitcher
  • recipes included

Plastic. Measures 9x9x15"H. Hand wash pitcher and brew basket. Imported.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from WORKS GREAT I brought 2 machines, 1 for home the other for work. the machine at work I fill to the water line, pour the water in the machine then fill the pitcher with ice. the machine at home i fill up a gallon milk jug with water then pour the water back into the pitcher to the water line, pour the water into the machine, then the rest of the water in the jug into the pitcher. after it brewed i pour it back into the milk jug. then repeat. 2 gallons of tea for the week. it's does leak a little bit of water during brewing. i think it's water condensation from making the tea hot. not a big deal.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes Great Tasting Tea I was used to Old tea maker, so this has taken some getting used to. I do not like the fact that you can not close off the brewING basket. It leaks all over when removed after tea is made. You also have to be very careful about bumping it as it leaks with the slightest movement.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tea maker! Got this one as a Christmas present and replacement for one just like it that we have had for many years. Just love it. Very good unit!
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Go back to old design I have had a tea maker for 15 yrs. My old one finally needed to be replaced, so I bought this model. What a mistake. We go through a pitcher of tea about every other day at my house. There are so many things about this one that are worse than the OLD design. The pitcher is large and bulky and takes up way too much space in the fridge. The lid doesn't actually close off the tea. So, its open to pick up the flavors of things in your refrigerator. Every time I make a full 3qt brew it only makes 2.5qts because the ice doesn't fully melt. Also, every time I try to remove the tea bags or the basket to get the bags, it leaks tea down into the water reservoir so I have to rinse it out and clean it. I'm so upset that they've made so many changes to the design. I'm returning mine and using the old one as long as I can. I can only hope they decide to redesign before I just can't use my old one anymore.
Date published: 2015-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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 2 out of 5 by from leaks after a while My mother has had several Mr coffee ice tea makers the most recent 2 were the square ones & she gave me one of hers so she could get another one whenever I moved out and I've had it over a year not to mention the time she had it which has to be atleast over 2 years with no problems other than the occasional leak due to not having the pitcher not being pushed all the way back during the brew, that is until just recently when there was a puddle all over the counter. I tried it again after checking it & it did the same thing. Also the sugar that I add never gets dissolved, isn't it supposed to be dissolved when finished brewing?
Date published: 2015-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Confessions of an Iced Tea Lover I confess, iced tea is my number one all-time favorite drink! I have been using Mr Coffee Iced Tea Makers for over a decade to brew it. My last one lasted me for almost 5 years, brewing 3 quarts every other day, and I'm getting another one today. For quality, affordability and reliability, Mr Coffee brand can't be beat. My favorite recipe is to use Luzianne Family Size tea bogs. I just think Luzianne produces the best iced tea. I tear off the tops of the bags and dump the loose tea into the filter. I also don't use three trays of ice cubes, but only a tray and a half plus 1 1/2 quarts of water in the pitcher. The tea comes out plenty cold! Now I like my tea straight. Luzianne really makes the difference here. If you want sweet tea, add your sweetener to the basket with the tea. The hot water will make sure that the sweetener dissolves entirely. A suggestion: to make everyone happy, get a second pitcher in a different color and make up sweet and unsweet teas in them.
Date published: 2015-01-11
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