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Wuyi Star – China’s biggest supplier of Wuyi Rock Tea – has reimagined the technique as a way of introducing tea drinkers to subtle flavors in the cup.
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).
These Orange Blossom Spoons are cast in pewter from an orange tree and finished in antique bronze. Accented with freshwater pearls and 24kt gold and silver plated orange blossoms. Crafted by Canadian Michael Michaud as part of his Table Art series which is modeled on natural botanical material.
The Tea Aroma Kit: Mastering Tea’s Language of Smell is an experiential tool consisting of 45 vials supported by a short guidebook and a mapping of the scents in relation to how they are formed in the stages of tea processing.
Wrap your cold hands around the plump round body to warm them up on a chilly day. The elephant mug holds your tea and the head stores the spent teabag, the tail forms the mug handl
BRÜ offers you the freedom to set your brewing time, water temperature and cup size at the twist of a dial and push of a button. The machine saves your previous settings so you can quickly repeat the process without having to change the settings every time. You don’t need to buy expensive tea capsules or pods to use BRÜ.
Cordless 1.7-liter PerfecTemp stainless steel electric kettle with six preset heat settings and blue LED indicator lights. The power base offers 360-degree swivel for convenience. The scale filter is removable and washable and the kettle is equipped with boil-dry protection and auto safety shutoff.
As part of its Peking Opera perfume range, Reclassified has created six exotic perfumes with tea compounds as the main component. The names chosen for each perfume are linked poetically to Chinese tea - through many twists and turns of traditional Peking Opera.
Serious tea drinkers want to ensure their beverage of choice is always available, even on leisure or business journeys.
From nursery rhymes to imaginary parties with dolls and teddy bears, tea time captures children’s imagination like nothing else.