Thursday, October 16, 2008

Teabag Teapot



I make my tea from loose leaf tea, but I couldn't pass up this little ceramic teabag teapot. It is made by FORLIFE® and is designed for teabags to prevent over steeping. After the tea steeps, you pull the string on the teabag until the teabag sits on the inner shelf. You leave the bag on the shelf and pour the tea out of the little teapot with the lid on. That way, you don't have to remove the dripping teabag. Wow! What will the tea marketing guys come up with next?!?

Added later: I finally remembered where I ordered this. It was from Solutions. The price is $19.95 and it comes in white, watermelon or lime green.

8 comments:

bennie and patsy said...

That is a must have,for tea drinkers. Love it.
Patsy

Marilyn Miller, the Marmalady said...

At the World Tea Expo they also had disposible cups with the same concept. Very clever!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Oh now that's my idea of brilliance Linda. And thank you for playing one of my top 3 all time fave tunes and what a fab version, where did you get it?

Really mean't something to me on my third anniversary here :-)

Denise at Uniquely Tea said...

This is cool! Where did you find it? Does it pour well? I WANT ONE! LOL

mjenningsdesigns said...

OK, I MUST HAVE ONE! Put it on my Christmas wishlist! Speaking of Christmas wish list did you see the NEW Vera Bradley patterns?

Angela McRae said...

Yes, yes, yes, Denise: Must have one. Where can we get it?

And on another note, Linda, your new banner is just lovely! Are you now into graphic design as well, or do you simply have a talented friend or family member???

And since I'm apparently in the mood for chatting with the other commenters on your blog: MJennings, I ADORE that new Puccini design of Vera's! I wish they'd quit making so much cute stuff!

Steph said...

Very cool!

MikKnits said...

This little pot is cool! Even though I usually make my tea from loose, I'd like to add this to my collection as well. I used something like this at California Pizza Kitchen recently, though it wasn't as good as this. It had the opening into which you drop your bag but not the shelf, nor the lid. When my pot was empty, the waiter just took it, added more hot water and expected me to re-infuse my used bag! I normally carry my own tea in a tea wallet but changed purses and forgot to bring it. Shame on CPK! I'll remember to bring my own tea from now on!

 

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