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Adagio Fandom Tea Sets – Harry Potter + caffeine = I want a cuppa

on Friday, April 19th, 2013
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

If you are bored with your daily cup of Darjeeling and are looking to add new flavors to your morning tea routine, check out these fun Fandoms Sampler Sets from Adagio Teas. $39 will get you 10 one-ounce metal tins filled with themed signature blends of teas. Sets include Dr. Who, Harry Potter, Potter’s Potions, Sherlock,Read More…


Magisso Teacup – A Twist on Tea Brewing

on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

The Magisso Teacup is a unique tea pot that doubles as a tea cup. On one side of the vessel is a section that holds loose tea leaves, which are strained with the built in strainer that can be removed for washing. The base of the Teacup has a pivot so that hot water willRead More…


People who Drink tea are more fun than People who Drink Coffee

on Sunday, August 12th, 2012
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

Do I have facts to back up this incredible claim? Ummm… yeah, I do. I know that tea drinkers like myself are way more fun than stodgy coffee drinkers because we can use cute tea infusers like this one from Arta. Designed in Seattle, WA, this tea infuser features a flower pot shaped stainless steelRead More…

Pack Away Kettle – A Collapsible Teapot

By: Karen Nelson
on Monday, August 8th, 2011
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

Wacky Practicals has developed a new take on the conventional tea kettle, a collapsible version that is made of silicone.  The Pack Away Kettle has a stainless steel base that does conduct heat so it will stay hot after boiling.  It is safe for all heat sources, electric, conduction, and gas stoves.  Now you canRead More…


Infuse your Tea with a Dinosaur

on Tuesday, July 12th, 2011
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

Your coffee swigging buddies will be Green with envy when they see your Tea-Rex Tea Infuser from the NeatoShop. It’s made of food-safe silicone with a stainless steel chain. It’s cute as a button and is available for $9.95.


In case you were wondering, rubber duckies aren’t just for the bathtub

on Thursday, January 13th, 2011
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

Apparently, they also make really cool tea infusers. The Tea Duckie from swims around in your cup of English Breakfast (or in my case Stash Tea Organic Premium White) while it allows your fave tea to impart its caffenated goodness to a cup of hot water. The $12 3-piece tea set includes a baseRead More…


Alien Torture Instrument or Home Beverage Gadget?

on Sunday, December 12th, 2010
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

The Teafu looks a little like something you’d see on the latest sci-fi alien abduction flick. In reality, it’s not so scary. It’s a loose leaf tea infuser from Dreamfarm. Available in a variety of colors, this infuser has a premium grade dishwasher safe silicone pod that holds the tea leaves. By squeezing the pod,Read More…


Dive Dive! Submarine Tea Infuser

on Tuesday, January 26th, 2010
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

Here’s one for my fellow tea enthusiasts. It’s the TeaSub submarine shaped tea infuser. It’s made of dishwasher safe silicone and looks cute as a button. You can find it a Giftlab for £7.95 [Via Gizmodo]


Chris Pirillo Tea?

on Thursday, June 11th, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

Ok, this came out of left field… Chris Pirillo of lockergnome fame has teamed up with Mighty Leaf Tea company to create a smooth and energizing green tea called Geekalicious. The description is a genmaicha-style loose tea, blended with Japanese green tea and popped and toasted rice, a unique combination of green tea leaves andRead More…


Rosendahl Tea Ball

on Saturday, May 23rd, 2009
Posted in: Home, Kitchen

The Rosendahl Tea Ball is an interestingly designed tea infuser made of stainless steel and Black nylon. Pressing the button on the narrow end opens a spoon that can be filled with tea. Let go of the button to close it back up and place in hot water.


ingenuiTEA Teapot Review

on Monday, January 5th, 2009
Posted in: Home, Kitchen

I love a hot cup of tea in the morning to go along with my breakfast. During the work week, I typically drink Stash Tea Premium White tea from individually packaged tea bags. On the weekend I’m more adventurous and like to try different loose teas. I’ll either use a French press or a meshRead More…