The Normann Copenhagen Tea Strainer has been designed quite differently to your common single serving infuser. Many of these comprise a perforated ball and often an access chain, but this item has a unique an unexpected silhouette.
You might first wonder if the culinary product is intended to brew a cup of coffee, and honestly, you could fill the holey capsule with fresh grind for your morning java. The little metal basket sticks to the tip of the conical silicone component, but this does not actually comprise a penetrable funnel. The infundibular shape functions as a stopper around the brim of your teacup or mug. This keeps your loose leaf dangling down under the surface of the boiled water, all the while protruding out for an easy and scald-free retrieval.