Teabloom’s glass Eternal Love Teapot features a pink, heart-shaped knob on the lid, and a pink glass loose tea infuser, and still manages to look charmingly romantic rather than corny.
Delicate necklaces and cute charms are one of many ways to display your love of tea.
Diamonds may be a girl’s (or guy’s) best friends, but your tea-loving valentine may like one of these in a gift box even more. English jewelry designer Stephen Einhorn offers a teacup/saucer/spoon pendant in everything from sterling silver ($795) to 18-carat white gold ($7,650) to platinum ($9,500).
Serious tea drinkers want to ensure their beverage of choice is always available, even on leisure or business journeys.
Tea gets the spotlight in beauty
Legend has it, Asian princesses used an essence derived from the green tea leaves grown on the Korean island of Jeju to preserve their ageless beauty. Turns out, those princesses were definitely on to something. Today’s beauty products companies are capitalizing on the super-antioxidant polyphenols found in tea to make both skin and hair care lines.
Cosmetics firm Cha Ling 20 is supporting 20 hectares of tea garden zone, located within the 400-hectare Biodiversity Reserve managed by Minguo Li Margraf. This reserve is in Xishuangbanna, South Yunnan in the famous Laobangzhang Pu’er Tea designation