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This gift set includes one glass teapot POLO 45 oz and one pack of Fab Flowering tea 4 counts. Fab flowering tea is made of hand-plucked Silver needle green tea with freshly dried flowers. Each bloom is hand sewed together by artists with details to provide the best presentation. Each pack comes with 4 blooming teas. All natural ingredients, with no artificial and addictive's added. Silver needle green tea is rich in antioxidants, providing great health benefits. All ingredients are carefully selected for both quality and health benefits. Brew is easy. No tea bags are needed. Easy to carry around, such as travel, etc. No need use strainers when brew, as each tea blossom is hand sewed together and all ingredients stay together. Add a new dimension to your tea drinking experience! Pleasure to watch bloom and great conversation starter. Ingredients: Silver needle green tea, calendula, carnation, jasmine & Globe Amaranth. Great for hot or iced blooming tea, cocktails and Exotic blooming tea punches. After drink, it can be used as a home decor. Mouth blown Teapot Polo, 45oz, comes with one glass lid, one stainless steel infuser and one glass teapot body. Modern design with classic look, Teapot Polo 45 oz is made of special lead free glass that can handle temperature shock. This glass material allows to pour in directly boiling water or iced cold water without breaking it. NON DRIP feature makes tea drinking a completely hassle free experience! Teapot Polo can hold max 45 oz of liquid. Zen kind of design makes the Teapot Polo fit for all modern kitchen devices. Dishwasher top rack safe. NOT microwavable. It belongs to Friendship series. It has 45 oz capacity (max), which allows few people to enjoy tea together. This teapot belongs to Friendship series. Tea Beyond won the 2009 World Tea Champion and is a AKA stamp recipient (Ashley Koff Approved).The AKA stamp of approval is a trusted sign that the product, menu, recipe or gadget has been evaluated and approved
This teapot has a stunning beautiful rainbow butterfly on top. it symbolizes changes for a better life heat resistant glass-better for health and environment. Non dripping at the spout. handle has special feature to allow better grab: anti-slip feature The water wave crystal like dots represents liquid tea drops. dishwasher top rack safe. handle with care. Designed by Jane London, owner of Tea Beyond. The beautiful blue butterfly on top means change for better. The water wave crystal-like dots on the teapot body and handle represents tea drops-clean and beautiful. Tea Beyond is inspired by Jane's personal story-She simply wanted to improve her health condition, but couldn't find good quality tea in the US. So Jane created Tea Beyond to share her passion and knowledge about tea and tea-wares. Drinking tea often will make you look better, feel more energetic and live happier. Jane really hopes this teapot does the magic, like the transformation of butterfly, in everyone's life, and brings you positive changes, thus leads to a happier and healthier life. The handle has an anti-slip feature. Non Drip design at the spout. Hand blown heat resistant glass. Dish-washer top rack or hand clean. Microwave safe. Handle with care. Love is to share.
Review Tea Beyond Clear Glass Teapot Butterfly 710ml This teapot has a stunning beautiful butterfly on top. it symbolizes changes to a better life heat resistant.
It's always tea time with this clock displayed in your home that's designed to look like a vintage teapot. The retro styling, decorative elements and metallic bronze finish make this clock a real treat for any room, but especially in the kitchen or dining room. It features an all metal construction with a clear glass cover so the bold Roman numeral hour markers can easily be read. It's a great size that fits well in smaller spaces at 15 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches, including the decorative medallion pendulum It requires just 1 AA battery (not included). If you're a tea lover or teapot collector, you'll love this clock hanging in your home. For residents of California - California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other reproductive harm. This notice is being provided in accordance with California's Proposition 65. Read more about Prop 65 on the State of California Prop 65 website.
Teapot glass - classic cap 40 ounces Made of hand blown thermal resistant borosilicate glass, provides the ideal window to view flowering teas. This crystal clear design has a large secure handle, a glass lid and rounded spout. Use for brewing flowering teas or use the included glass loose t ea infuser for loose tea brewing. Dishwasher safe. The set includes a glass pot, glass lid and loose tea infuser along with a flowering tea sample. Specifications Size: 40 oz Weight: 1.5
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