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Procizion Becomes Member of 1% For The Planet 0

It’s important to walk the walk and talk the talk. We are constantly looking for ways to “Live Well. Spend Less”. What that means to us is not only delivering quality products to you that are environmentally friendly but also to find ways to give back to our community.

We are proud to announce Procizion has become a member of the 1% For The Planet organization. This partnership is an example of our commitment to the environment and our communities. That means 1% of all our revenues are donated to non-profits supporting environmental causes that do everything from fighting global warming to cleaning up our oceans and rivers. Take a quick look to learn more about 1% For The Planet if you aren’t familiar.

We welcome you and ask you to join us in being 1% better. All our efforts combined will make a big difference – it adds up quickly. So now each time you purchase a product from our kitchen essentials, coffee lovers, home essentials, or skincare lines you can feel good knowing you are also supporting these great efforts to heal our planet.




  • Andrew Collaborator
4th of July and Summer Fun Cocktails

4th of July and Summer Fun Cocktails 0

Here’s our suggested 4th of July summer fun cocktails for maximum enjoyment of this year’s fireworks celebration. Remember, the best patriots always have a designated driver or taxi number on hand, so everyone arrives home safely from the biggest birthday bash of the year. Have a happy and safe Fourth of July!

#1 Hibiscus Blueberry Mojito

 Ingredients for the blueberry syrup:

1 pint blueberries

4 small limes

1 cup sugar

2 cups water

2 ounces fresh mint



Ingredients for the mojitos:

2 cups Hibiscus Tea

1/2 liter club soda

Juice of 2 limes

Mint for garnish

1 cup white rum



Blueberry Syrup

STEP #1 - Use your Procizion stainless steel zester to remove the bright green skin of the lime. Try as much as possible to avoid the bitter white pith of the fruit.

STEP #2 - Cut the bunch of mint in half. Reserve the top half with the prettier, fuller leaves for garnishing the drinks. Chop the rest.

STEP #3 - Place the blueberries in a small saucepan, along with the lime zest, chopped mint, sugar and water.

STEP #4 - Place over a medium flame, and simmer for twenty minutes, occasionally stirring.

STEP #5 - Drain through a fine mesh sieve. You should have almost two cups of blueberry syrup. Add one cup of blueberry syrup to a large pitcher.

STEP #6 - Heat 2 cups of water in your Procizion tea kettle and add along with ¾ cup of loose hibiscus tea of your choice to the French Press and pour hot water over the tea. Allow the tea to steep in the hot water for 30 minutes this will also allow time for the tea to cool down and reach room temperature so that the ingredients are not diluted as you add ice.

Here’s where the magic happens.

STEP #7 - In a large pitcher with blueberry syrup combine mint leaves, the juice of two limes, one cup of rum, 2 cups hibiscus tea and one half liter of club soda. Stir well. Serve over ice, with mint and fresh blueberries to garnish.

It’s amazing and will enhance any celebration. ENJOY!

 #2 Green Tea Vodka w/ Lemon Aid Ice Cubes


  • vodka
  • 6 level teaspoons good quality green tea leaves
  • 2 Lemons 
  • Simple syrup

Steps to Make It

Gather the ingredients.

STEP #1 - To make the lemon ice cubes simply place a piece of lemon peel and a squeeze of lemon juice in ice cube tray then fill with water and freeze overnight. I use the large ice cubes for visual impact in my cocktails plus the flavor it adds is great!

STEP #2 - Heat 3 cups of water in your tea kettle and add along with 6 teaspoons of loose green tea of your choice to the French Press and pour hot water over the tea.

STEP #3 - Allow the tea to steep in the hot water for 30 minutes this will also allow time for the tea to cool down and reach room temperature so that the ingredients are not diluted as you add ice.

STEP #4 - In a small pan make the simple syrup equal parts sugar and water. Heat until the sugar dissolves. If you prefer you can substitute agave syrup as a sweetener.

STEP #5 - Now to make the cocktail. In a rocks glass pour over the lemon ice cubes – 1oz vodka, 1 oz green tea, 1 oz simple syrup. Stir and adjust sweetness to taste. Garnish with a lemon slice frozen into the ice cubes as a special twist.  


#3 Spicy Pineapple Cilantro Moscow Mules
Serves 4

Kitchen essentials make holiday prep fast and easy. Procizion has the right tool for the job to clean fruits and make festive cocktails like this spicy Moscow Mule.


3 cups diced pineapple (use ripe fresh, canned or thawed frozen) 


1 fresh jalapeño pepper, seeds removed


1/4 cup cilantro, chopped


1/4 cup fresh lime juice


2 tablespoons brown sugar


1/4 cup water


1 1/2 cups vodka


Ice for serving


2 cups ginger beer soda (be sure to look for ginger beer, not ginger ale)


Garnish with Lime slices

fresh mint

diced pineapple

STEP #1 - Combine the pineapple, jalapeño, cilantro, lime juice, sugar and water in blender. Puree until very smooth then strain through your Procizion fine-mesh strainer, discarding any solids and keeping only the smooth puree.

STEP #2 - Combine 1 cup of the puree with 1 ½ cups of vodka in a large shaker filled with ice and shake until frosty (reserve any additional puree for future drinks).

STEP #3 - Strain evenly into four Moscow Mule mugs or cocktail glasses filled with ice.

STEP #4 - Pour 1/2 cup ginger beer into each mug. Garnish with lime, a few pineapple chunks, and a sprig or two of mint. 

Serve immediately.

#4 I Love You So Matcha – Sake Iced Latte

Serves 4





2 cups SAKE


STEP #1 - In your Procizion French Press combine 1 cup of Matcha powder and 1 cup hot water. Infuse the powder until fully combined and remove strainer.

STEP #2 - Add ice into a large shaker and then pour in matcha mixture.

STEP #3 - Add sake and condensed milk.

STEP #4 - Shake and serve in a highball glass over ice.


  • Catherine Kelley

Hibiscus Infused Margarita Recipe 0

This hibiscus margarita recipe starts out with the hibiscus tea concentrate made from hibiscus tea, water and your sweetener of choice.

The whole process is quick and painless and yields a gorgeous, deep magenta hibiscus tea concentrate perfect for adding a floral, tart-sweet punch to your favorite cocktails. The Procizion French Press makes it even easier to create this luscious tasty base for this hibiscus tequila cocktail.

The best part about this hibiscus margarita recipe besides the fact that it’s tea-based and practically health food? THE COLOR.

Can we say perfect summer fun in liquid form? Hello, hot pink goodness.

Here is the easy step-by-step process for you to follow in making what is sure to be one of your new favorite hibiscus tequila cocktails.  

Step # 1 – The first step in this hibiscus margarita recipe is to heat 3 cups of water in your tea kettle and add along with ¾ cup of loose hibiscus tea of your choice to the French Press and pour hot water over the tea. Allow the tea to steep in the hot water for 30 minutes this will also allow time for the tea to cool down and reach room temperature so that the ingredients are not diluted as you add ice.


Step #2 - Once the tea has reached the rich red color and flavor is fully infused slowly and gently push the plunger of the French Press down releasing all the intensity of the delicious tea and separating the solids. 

Step #3 - Now you are ready to pour the tea concentrate into a container with lid for storage up to two weeks in the refrigerator. Add ¼ - ½ cup of the sweetener of your choice, I use agave but raw cane sugar or simple syrup to taste will also work. 

The hibiscus tequila cocktail magic is about to begin.

Step #4 - In a cocktail shaker add 5-6 ice cubes and ½ cup of the tea concentrate, 1 T agave nectar, 2 oz. tequila, and the juice of 1 lime. Shake to mix all ingredients.

Step #5 - Rim the glass with sugar or salt based on your preference.

Step #6 - Fill the glass with ice, and pour the cocktail mix from the shaker into glass.


Step #7 - Finally, garnish with a wedge of lime.

Liven up your summer gatherings and enjoy!

This margarita is what dreams are made of. It’s:

Perfectly sweet
& So delicious

Share this drink with friends over tacos on Mexican night – that’s what I did (you’re welcome, friends). Or, mix one up to share on a warm summer evening. They’ll be sure to love you forever. Tequila seems to have that effect on people (wink, wink). Cheers, friends!


Simple 5-ingredient margaritas infused with hibiscus tea concentrate, giving it the perfect tart, sweet finish. Complex, delicious, and pairs especially well with Mexican food.

Author: Minimalist Baker

PREP TIME10 minutes

COOK TIME30 minutes

TOTAL TIME40 minutes

Servings:  (margaritas)

Category: Beverage, Cocktail

Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Mexican-Inspired, Vegan

Freezer Friendly No

Does it keep? 2 Weeks (hibiscus concentrate only)


US Customary - Metric


  • 3 cups of filtered water
  • 3/4 cup dried hibiscus flowers (find here or at most tea shops)
  • 1/4 - 1/2 cup sweetener of choice (or to taste // I used 1/2 agave, 1/2 cane sugar)


  • 5-6 ice cubes
  • 1/2 cup hibiscus tea concentrate
  • 1 large lime (juiced // 1 large lime yields ~3 Tbsp)
  • 2 ounces silver tequila (2 ounces equals ~4 Tbsp)
  • 1 Tbsp agave nectar (optional)

Instructions for the Hibiscus Margarita Recipe

  1. To make the hibiscus tea concentrate, bring 3 cups water to a boil, add hibiscus tea to your French Press and let steep for 30 minutes. Press the plunger to separate tea solids.
  2. Pour into a jar or glass container using a fine mesh strainer and add sweetener to taste. I found 1/3 cup (amount as original recipe is written // adjust if altering batch size) was about the right amount, using half agave nectar, half cane sugar. Stir to dissolve and let cool.
  3. To make two margaritas, add ice, cooled hibiscus tea concentrate, lime juice, tequila and 1 Tbsp agave nectar (optional // amount as original recipe is written // adjust if altering batch size) to a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously to combine.
  4. Pour over two glasses with ice. We love this oversized ice cube mold for cocktails. Salt or sugar rim is optional. Garnish with a lime wedge. If too strong, dilute with a splash of sparkling water.
  5. Store hibiscus concentrate covered in the fridge for up to 2 weeks, though best when fresh.


*Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated with the optional agave nectar.
*Hibiscus tea concentrate adapted from Bon Appétit

Nutrition Per Serving (1 of 2 hibiscus margaritas)

  • Calories:171
  • Fat:1g
  • Sodium:1mg
  • Carbohydrates:6g
  • Fiber:9g
  • Sugar:24g
  • Protein:2g
  • Andrew Collaborator

Introducing Our New Look on Amazon 0

If you love to buy on Amazon, and who doesn't, checkout our new customized design to see our curated collection of Procizion products.


Same great products and service but with a new look now available just in time for the Holiday season. 

Let us know what you think!


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Procizion French Press Coffee Maker has achieved a rank of #5 from ezvid 0

Hooray! We're excited to learn that the Procizion French Press Coffee Maker has achieved a rank of #5 in ezvid wiki of 2016's best 5-cup coffee makers. Compiled with twenty hours of research, this video wiki guide, newly published in their food & drink category, is a broad-ranging, impartial assessment of 5-cup coffee maker options available to consumers in the United States. You can view the video wiki here or watch the video below here:

Some background: Founded in 2011, Ezvid Wiki was the world's first video wiki, and is now among the top 4,000 websites in the United States. Their YouTube channel has over 100,000 subscribers, and they have informed over $85 million in purchasing decisions to date.

In addition, our pour over coffee filter cone is featured over at

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How to Use a French Press for the Perfect Pot of Tea with Master David Dorian Ross 0

David Dorian Ross has got the perfect solution for making the perfect pot of tea - with no tea leaves in your teeth. Watch this detail, yet entertaining video to learn how.


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