Like coffee makers, tea makers are (usually) machines that make brewing tea as simple as adding leaves and water to a machine and pushing a button. If you are very limited on time, tea-making savvy or dexterity, then buying a tea maker rather than making tea by hand may be a great option for you. Use the reviews below to find the best tea maker for your tea preferences, kitchen and budget.
The way I figure, if you're going to buy a tea maker instead of making tea by hand, you might as well pay up for a serious one. And Breville's One Touch Tea Maker is exactly that. From it sleek design to variable temperature settings, variable temperature times and a variety of other custom settings (such as a hold temperature function and an alarm-based start function), it has it all.
how to use the Zarafina Teamaker Suite and this additional Zarafina review from About.com Housewares.
Another less expensive option is Adagio Tea's TriniTEA Tea Maker. It's made of cheaper materials, but (like Breville's and Zarafina's tea makers) it's easy to use and it's customizable.
adapter that allows you to brew any tea (or coffee) you want in lieu of a K-cup.