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Emoi 16oz Teapot, Pyrex Glass Brewing Tea Cup, Tea Infuser Mug, Loose Leaf Flower Tea Maker w/ Strainer, Food Grade Silicone Lid&Base, Heat Resistant, Noise Free, Safe&Healthy, Easy to Clean.(H1117G) by emoi

  • [Durable & Heat-tolerant]: High borosilicate A-level Pyrex glass...
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$29.99

Product Description

[From the Designer]

Emoi Glass Tea Infuser Mug
Sometimes you need to take a break and enjoy a cup of good tea.

[Features]
①Food Grade Silicone Base & Lid
Traditional Glass 3-piece Teapot Suite = Glass Cup + Glass Infuser + Glass Lid
Emoi Glass 3-piece Teapot Suite = Glass Cup w/ Silicone Base + Glass Infuser + Silicone Lid
Glass Lid: Easy to break
Silicone Base & Lid: Light & Durable, Multifunctional Usage, Noise Free

②Improved Stainless Steel Infuser
Adjust Tea Concentration at Ease

③Single Hand Handle Design
Ergonomical design, easy to carry. Exquisite craftmanship, comfortable hand feeling.

④Scenarios
Home/office

[Specification]
Capacity: 12oz (360ml)
Size: 3.54x4.72x4.61inch (90x120x117mm)
Material: silicone + glass + stainless steel
Package: color box
Color: green, also available in white

[PACKAGE]
Emoi Glass Tea Infuser Mug x 1
User Manual x1

[Warm Tips]
★Dishwasher safe, not for microwave.

[Tea Break, Healthy Time!!]
①Put some soft tea leaves or a tea bag into the infuser
②Pour hot water into the cup
③Adjust the tea concentration by removing the infuser at will
④Enjoy the tea with your families, friends or coworkers

[TEAPEDIA: Benefits of Drinking Tea]
☆Lose Weight, Keep Fit
☆Keep fresh Breath, Protect Your Teeth
☆Protect Your Cardiovascular System

emoi, Good Design for Everyone!

Zen Room Borosilicate Glass Tea Cup with Infuser and Lid/Portable Glass Tea Pot and Tea Maker/ Heat Resistant and Dishwasher Safe (12oz Single Glass Cylinder Shape) by Zen Room

  • ★ FULL TEA SET-The package include: 12oz Lead Free Heat Resistant...
  • ★ UNIQUE DESIGN AND VERSATILE USE - The roomy glass infuser allows...
  • ★ EASY TO USE AND CLEAN- Easy to brew loose tea. Simply put the...

$24.99

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Product Description

Zen Room Tea Cup is an ideal choice for Tea, Coffee and Fruit Drink.

Product Feature:
Healthy Material- The crystal grade glass is BPA free and lead free. No peculiar smell.
High Quality-Ultra clear borosilicate glass design is sturdy.
Easy to Clean-The removable glass tea infuser and glass lid are easy for cleaning and drying.
Versatile Use- Use it as a traditional tea cup, coffee mug or as a fruit infuser.

Product Detail:Brand: Zen Room
Material: Borosilicate Glass
Size: 12 Ounces Tea Cup
Dimension:
4.3 inches x 3.9 inches x 5.5 inches

Package included:
* 12oz Glass Tea Cup
* Glass Inner Cup (Tea Infuser)
* Glass Lid (Holder for the Inner Cup)

Using Instructions:
1. Fill your favorite loose tea or tea bag into the inner cup.
2. Pour hot water into the inner cup.
3. Then the inner cup releases infused tea directly into the outside teapot.
4. When the tea is ready, remove the lid and place it upside down so that is now acts as a saucer.
5. Then remove the infuser and place it on the upside down lid.
6. Enjoy your tea.

Use&Care
Please use carefully with ice or metal utensils as direct contact may cause cup interiors to crack.


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Unique Bargains Home Mesh Bottom Coffee Spice Tea Bowl Strainer Teapot Filter for Tea Lover by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Tea Bowl Strainer for daily use, features bowl shape with mini handle, mesh bottom, effectively prevent tea scraps drop into tea cup. Stainless steel mesh sphere perfect for making a refreshing cup of tea. Made of stainless steel and dishwasher safe. Tea strainer is 4cm depth and perfect for a single cup of tea. California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Stainless Steel Tea Strainer Teapot Filter Infuser Mesh Bottom for Loose Tea by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Tea Bowl Strainer for daily use, features bowl shape with mini handle, mesh bottom, effectively prevent tea scraps drop into tea cup. Stainless steel mesh sphere perfect for making a refreshing cup of tea. Made of stainless steel and dishwasher safe. Tea strainer is 1 depth and perfect for a single cup of tea. It is designed to fit cups with an opening between 1.2 and 2.5, but you can hold it to steep larger size cups. California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Kayaking on the Chicago River and three more tours of the Windy City : Travel - STLtoday.com

Tieri gave us maps of the eight stops on our walking tour. She then showed us her iPad, loaded with images and videos that would help explain the history of the city. Because Tieri is doing the storytelling throughout the tour, one of the tour group members (that would be me, in this case) carries the iPad and displays the visuals. While the iPad wasn’t really necessary — Tieri knew her stuff and was an enthusiastic storyteller — it did add some novelty to the tour. We watched old videos of Studs Terkel talking about the “L” train and saw archive photos of buildings from the 1893 World’s Fair. One difference between this tour and other architectural tours is that we didn’t just look at the outside of the buildings, we went inside many of them. Most surprising was the Chicago Temple Building, a skyscraper that’s home to First United Methodist Church, the oldest church in the city. It looks more like an office building until you walk in and see the neo-Gothic sanctuary. they are lighted from behind) depict both religious images and Chicago landmarks. On the second half of the tour, we visited the area that I was most curious to see, the Pedway. It is a welcome way to get around during the brutal Chicago winters, but it is a sprawling system with a complicated, disjointed layout. We went from the Marshall Field’s building (now Macy’s) to the beautiful Chicago Cultural Center, but not many people were using the tunnels because sections of it are closed on the weekends (our tour was on a Saturday). We parted ways with Tieri at the Cultural Center but not before stopping by the center’s magnificent Tiffany dome. The artwork, 38 feet in diameter with about 30,000 pieces of glass, is worth seeing whether you’re on a tour or not. Tour operator • Kayak Chicago, kayakchicago. What to wear • Plenty of sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses and shoes that you don’t mind getting wet. We also brought along a snack and water — you’ll want both. For whom • Tourists with a sense of adventure who don’t mind getting wet or working the upper body. For a different vantage point of the city, take a kayak out on the Chicago River. We drove to the meeting point of Kayak Chicago, next to Goose Island, northwest of downtown. There we each got a life jacket, selected our kayak (single and doubles are available) and received a quick tutorial on kayaking from our guide, Brian Westrick. As we started paddling we heard about William Ogden, creator of Goose Island and first mayor of Chicago. When our guides wanted to talk to our group of 23, we clustered our kayaks together and held on to one another’s boats. If the boats spread out too much, it could be difficult to hear the guides. We proceeded to navigate near the massive Merchandise Mart, built by Marshall Field and Co. At one time the largest building in the world, it was a place for wholesale goods to be sold. Farther down the river, we looked at the shiny Trump International Hotel and Tower, 98 floors tall with giant letters displaying its owner’s name, and the Art Deco Carbide & Carbon building with the distinct champagne bottle-shaped top. As we encountered bigger boats, we veered to the right side of the river to stay out of the way. One thing to note about the river: It’s dirty. (When I spoke to Kayak Chicago founder Dave Olson after our tour, he noted that it had rained before our trip, and that more trash goes into the river during the rain. ) Our guides reassured us that the river is much cleaner than it once was. Kayak Chicago even hosts events to help clean up the water. Nevertheless, when you’re paddling on the far right side of the river you’ll see empty plastic bottles and other garbage. At one point a dead rat floated by us. I tried to avoid splashing water on myself after this sighting. But overall, even as inexperienced kayakers, we felt safe on our trip. The three guides with our group were confident, not just in their knowledge of the area, but in directing us during busy times on the water. They carried radios that they used to talk to one another and boat captains on the river. The iconic “Bean” sculpture at Millennium Park is pretty deserted at 7 a. m. Monday, so it was easy to spot our City Running Tours guide Blake Williams. Williams adroitly dodged the morning rush hour foot traffic, pointing out the historic. Source: www.stltoday.com

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  • Kayaking on the Chicago River and three more tours of the Windy City : Travel

    07/17/15 ,via STLtoday.com

    There we each got a life jacket, selected our kayak (single and doubles are available) and received a quick tutorial on kayaking from our guide, Brian Westrick. We put our keys and cellphones in . Instead you should serve others and then wait for

  • Best of Columbus 2015: A Spot of Tea

    06/22/15 ,via Columbus Monthly

    We found this adorable single-cup teapot ($35.95) in the retail section of the Short North ZenCha shop, where tea lovers can find a small selection of tea paraphernalia and tea leaves for home sipping. While you're there, order a Fresh Fruit Tea Summer 

  • Penn & Teller take magic to Broadway

    One trick resulted not from coffee at Starbucks. “I believe we were having tea,” “In the trick, Penn sings the song and I play the teapot,” says Teller, “and he picks me up by my elbow — my 'handle' — and he pours a cup of tea out of me. It's a

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Books

  • Tempest in a Teapot

    iUniverse. 2008. ISBN: 9780595523702,0595523706. 108 pages.

    Savour the life of a beloved tea room from the delectable favourite recipes to the sweet memories that made this small town tea room a favourite meeting place. Tempest in a Teapot, Recipes and Reminisces offers easy to follow recipes of their most requested classics like Curried Tuna Sandwiches, Sticky Date Pudding and Sweet scones. These and all the recipes in this book can be easily reproduced and enjoyed at home to plan your own tea party, or other memorable celebration. In addition, learn valuable information about tea from the way it is produced to the various types of tea available. You will get step-by-step instructions on how to brew a proper cup of tea. You'll also learn about that revered British tradition, Afternoon Tea. Find out how it came into being and how to recreate...

  • The Idler, and breakfast-table companion

    2015.

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  • Step aside, barista: how to make a decent cup of coffee at home

    07/14/15 ,via theguardian.com

    We are making two cups, and as it’s 15-18g of beans for one cup of coffee (one cup being 250 ml), I weigh ... Before we go any further we preheat the plunger, just as you would warm a teapot in anticipation of a good brew, with a pour of hot water.

  • Pleasures of the Literary Meal

    07/15/15 ,via The New Yorker

    One of the rudest things you can do ... The Edwardian writer George Gissing, likewise, allows us to join him in his study with his teapot: “What solace in the first cup, what deliberate sipping of that which follows!” The pleasure of reading about ...

  • Penn & Teller aim to work their brand of magic on Broadway

    For their Broadway show, Penn and Teller are presenting one trick whose gestation ... Penn sings the song and I play the teapot," says Teller, "and he picks me up by my elbow — my 'handle' — and he pours a cup of tea out of me.

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New Teapot
New Teapot
I bought a new teapot today, and I love it. It's a really pretty/cool/neat looking YiXing pot called "Imperial Splendor." At 9 ounces, it's perfect for a single cup of tea. Taken with my 50mm prime, BTW...
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Quaint teapot and teacup - Monsieur Truffe
Quaint teapot and teacup - Monsieur Truffe
Great place to pop by for a dessert and a cup of steaming hot chocolate! Monsieur Truffe (03) 94163101 90 Smith St, Collingwood VIC 3066 monsieurtruffe.wordpress.com/ Reviews: - Monsieur Truffe - by mellie, Tummy Rumbles, May 13th, 2009 - Monsieur Truffe - Urbanspoon 93% - Monsieur Truffe - by jeroxie - Addictive and Consuming, October 27, 2009 - Chocolatiers raise the bar - by Jane Hutchinson, The Age, November 30, 2010 In Smith Street, Collingwood, Monsieur Truffe's Fregoni says Melbourne is joining a world trend that began in Europe 40 years ago and has gathered pace with the artisanal bean-to-bar movement in the US. His stylishly minimalist Monsieur Truffe chocolate boutique has sleek bars of single-origin chocolate from 20 regions including Madagascar, Mexico, Papua New Guinea and Uganda.
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Cup of tea...
Cup of tea...
Invented during Yuan (c.13th century), teapots were originally quite small as they were made for single drinker. Yee-Zhing clay is well know for its hardness and ability to keep the temperature.
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single cup teapot blue gold
single cup teapot blue gold
Royalty Free Stock Photo: Single teapot with one cup
Royalty Free Stock Photo: Single teapot with one cup
Big Ben Single Cup & Teapot Set
Big Ben Single Cup & Teapot Set