How amazing would it be if you really could soak a cookie in hot water and make a cup of tea and a snack in one fell swoop?
First of all I'm amazed anyone thinks that making tea is too much of a hassle. That said, I need one of these, I never bother to make tea.
Another etiquette question: When one is at afternoon tea, how long should one wait before eating the cup?
A trillion years ago when I was a wee tot I had a mug with a little mouse in it who would pop his head out to say hello when I was about half done with my cocoa. I'm glad to see that there is a classy adult version now that I'm an ancient lady.
Just want you need to start your day!
Who needs a whole matching tea service when this little three piece set is just as classy and way more compact?
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I'm not sure if T Rex was a competent swimmer but I thank him for making me lovely tea!
We all drink with a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine...
Someday, everything in my kitchen will be shaped like an animal, all the while remaining incredibly useful.
Maybe if you get really zen with the spill, certain things will be illuminated.
Brew yourself a dark, powerful cup of tea.
This could pretty much be a picture of me in the bath tub after a long day when I have a book and a cup of tea (maybe with a little whiskey) and I'm soaking the day away. Awwww yeah...
It's a nice day to sit by the boiling pond and fish for a cup of tea.
I like the idea of your tableware interacting more actively with food. Though unfortunately these are disposable. Let's get things moving that way.
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