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Revive yourself with our pure peppermint leaves that will surprise you with their superior crisp
aroma with a cooling, deeply refreshing flavor and smooth finish. The ideal soothing cup to make anyone feel better.

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Bewsa, meaning a kiss, is simply the perfect description for this delicate borage infusion.

A soft yellowish brew that is pleasantly sweet with a hint of cucumber and a mildly grassy after-taste. Sourced from Vincent Eco Estate in Zebbiegħ, Mġarr, Malta.

 

 

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A soothing yet joyful cocktail of chamomile blossoms, rooibos vanilla and peppermint leaves. A pleasantly surprising combination.
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This indulgent cocktail of Egyptian chamomile blossoms blended with the rich South African rooibos bush, makes you want to sing a joyful serenade. The blending with vanilla and the peppermint leaves makes it a unique tune. Find your daily calm with Joyful Serenade.

The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word meaning ‘ground apple’. Its history dates back at least to ancient Egypt, where Chamomile tea was prescribed as a cold remedy. The Romans enjoyed it as a beverage, as well as an incense. Ironically, the name ‘Roman Chamomile’ by which it is sometimes known, does not stem from this time. It rather comes from an arbitrary naming of the herb in the 19th Century by a botanist who happened to find some growing in the Roman Coliseum.

This golden herb will always be a favourite with its calming effect and sweet floral finish. Serve with honey for extra sweetness.
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Our Chamomile tea is made of the finest chamomile flowers from the Nile River Valley in Egypt. Considered a remedy for all ills by the ancient Egyptians, this golden herb remains a modern favourite to promote calm and relieve anxiety.

The name Chamomile comes from the Greek word meaning ‘ground apple’. Its history dates back at least to ancient Egypt, where Chamomile tea was prescribed as a cold remedy. The Romans enjoyed it as a beverage, as well as an incense. Ironically, the name ‘Roman Chamomile’ by which it is sometimes known, does not stem from this time. It rather comes from an arbitrary naming of the herb in the 19th Century by a botanist who happened to find some growing in the Roman Coliseum.

Our earthy rooibos is complimented perfectly with the rich, warm and soothing vanilla fragrance. Comforting indeed!
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South African Rooibos requires solid soil preparation, good plant material, rainfall, and ability to make a good quality Rooibos based on harvesting skills and traditions. Rooibos tea is well known for a number of benefits namely to aid nagging headaches, insomnia, asthma, eczema, bone weakness, hypertension, allergies, and premature aging.

The story of vanilla begins with the Totonaco Indians of Mexico, who were the first to unearth its secret. They fell to the Aztecs, who were in turn soon conquered by the Spaniards, under the leadership of Harnando Cortez. Cortez brought his precious plunder, including a few beans of vanilla, back to Spain. Vanilla beans are the fruit of an orchid, which blooms for only one day each year. Because of this, and also because the flowers must be hand-pollinated, vanilla is the second most expensive spice on earth, after saffron.

Taste the orient with this blend of creamy coconut, floral lemongrass and chai spices. Spicy and zesty all in one.
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Historically, tea in India was viewed as a herbal medicine, rather than as a beverage for taste. Some chai spice blends still in current use are derived from Ayurvedic medical texts. Popular spices include anise, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, peppercorn and ginger. Traditional preparation actually calls for the spices, milk and leaves to be simmered over sustained heat, rather than steeped in preheated water. In India, chai is served in little clay cups from chai carts. After enjoying your tea, the cups are shattered on the ground and allowed to compost – an earth-friendly alternative to paper or plastic cups.

Indian chai meets South African rooibos. An explosion of masala spices with a decisive sweet-tangy flavour. With the added vanilla, this is truly a hearty cuppa.
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Historically, tea in India was viewed as a herbal medicine, rather than as a beverage for taste. Some chai spice blends still in current use are derived from Ayurvedic medical texts. Popular spices include anise, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, peppercorn and ginger. Traditional preparation actually calls for the spices, milk and leaves to be simmered over sustained heat, rather than steeped in preheated. In India, chai is served in little clay cups from chai carts. After enjoying your tea, the cups are shattered on the ground and allowed to compost – an earth-friendly alternative to paper or plastic cups.

A mellow and light-bodied oolong tea with floral notes ending with a creamy mouthfeel. Excellent for multiple infusions on a rainy afternoon.
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Ali Shan is an alpine green oolong tea from Taiwan. While relatively new, Ali Shan is one of Taiwan’s most famous tea growing areas, producing beautiful high mountain oolong teas from its misty peaks.

Formosa, meaning ‘beautiful island’, is what Dutch traders called Taiwan. The teas grown here, mainly north of Taipei, continue to be called as such. Tea can be harvested up to six times a year here, although the high mountain teas may be only twice a year. Oolong tea had been a very important export for the island until the 1980’s, when tea growers turned their focus to native oolong enthusiasts. Today, oolong tea is mainly produced for tea lovers in Taiwan, and the rarest, most prized lots are extremely difficult to find in the West. Tea culture is so alive and well in Taiwan, annual competitions are held amongst tea growing districts to reward the most outstanding oolongs each year. Gold medal winning oolongs are some of the most expensive in the world.

This naturally quiet tea is made up of young and delicate tea leaf buds enhanced with the graceful scent of jasmine flowers. Paired together for several nights until the perfect balance is created.
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Jasmine Silver Needle white tea is made up of young and elegant tea leaf buds with a whisper of jasmine aura.

Jasmine tea production is a two-step process. The tea is harvested and finished in the spring, then carefully stored until the summer, when the jasmine starts to bloom at night. Each evening, the tea is carefully layered with fresh blooms, which will open and give their scent to the tea. In the morning, the flowers are removed and the process is repeated again that evening. This happens several nights in a row, until the tea master has the aroma balance just right. At the end, the tea is refired to dry off any flower moisture imparted to the leaf. This is why some jasmines can have a toasty finish.

The exotic lushness of ripened mangoes mixed with the natural goodness of green tea. Happiness in a cup!
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The origins of our Mango Twist tea reside in a Hindu legend, where a mango tree grew from the ashes of the sun princess, who had been incinerated by an evil sorceress. When the ripened mango fell to the ground, the beautiful princess emerged again.

Mangoes originated in Southeast Asia, where they had been cultivated for over 4,000 years. Since their discovery, mango groves have spread to many parts of the world, though mostly the tropical and sub-tropical climates. There are over 1,000 different varieties of the mango plant in existence, and India alone produces half of the world’s supply. Mangoes are used widely in the culinary world, from sweet sticky rice, to delicate chutneys, to spicy and savoury pickles. It’s also an important part of non-food life in several cultures; both the fruit and leaves are used for decoration, religious ceremonies and weddings.

A fresh, crisp green tea paired with sweetly tart red raspberry. A tempting cup made in heaven!
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Tempting Raspberry  is a blend of fresh, crisp green tea from China with sweetly tart red raspberry flavour.  The genus Raspberry consists of over 200 distinct species, however, only two of these are presently cultivated. The first mention of raspberry comes from the people of Troy (Helen perhaps?), located in modern-day Turkey. Its original name was ‘ida’ – a reference to the mountain on which it was first spotted. The medicinal properties believed to cluster in its leaves were of more interest to its early users than the sweet, red fruit. Today, you can find red raspberries, as well as black, purple and golden.

A delicately soft-textured everyday green tea with a hint of freshly roasted artichokes.
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Fujian Pekoe is a green tea from the Fujian province of China. In professional tea terms, ‘Pekoe’ is actually just a grade of tea, referring to the size of the leaf. Many tea drinkers have seen this term on packages of everyday black teas (most famously, ‘Orange Pekoe’). Green pekoe can only be picked and made in Spring. The condition in the Guzhang county area is suitable for planting this green tea. The Guzhang village factory in Fujian province must make the tea leaves in the same day of picking. They never use yesterday’s leaves to make this tea. As a result, our green pekoe has a pleasant smell with beautiful green soup.

 

A full-flavoured cup with a touch of smokiness. Recreate the famous Moroccan mint tea just by adding spearmint.
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Gunpowder is a classic green tea from Zhejiang province, China. As the name implies, Gunpowder tea is made up of leaves hand-rolled into tiny pellets. These resemble gunpowder, and give this tea its distinct name.

Gunpowder is a very famous tea, inside and outside of China. Gunpowder is widely consumed throughout the Middle East, often blended with fresh mint and sugar. In China, this tea is called Green Pearl tea; the tight roll of the leaves helps retain flavour and aroma for much longer than many other greens. A delicate shine on the pellets indicate the tea is quite fresh.

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Nothing says Christmas like warm cinnamon, cloves and orange peel. Add Ceylon tea and you have Christmas in a cup. It’s so good, you’d want it all year round. Add milk for extra indulgence.
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We find ourselves romancing on the smell of Christmas throughout the year. A warm spicy smell that reminds us of happy times surrounded by our loved ones around a bright lit Christmas tree. Earthy spices such as cinnamon, cloves and orange peels have been associated with cozy winter afternoons and Christmas carols for a long time. May you feel blessed and happy drinking a cup of our Christmas blend.

Ceylon tea infused with dark chocolate chips creating the ultimate delicious decadence. Need we say more?
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Our Ceylon Chocolate Charm tea has a dense and soft chocolate flavour. Clean, slightly tangy finish brings you back to tea, and the balanced astringency compliments the dark chocolate nicely.

The story of chocolate begins with Columbus’ discovery of America. Cocoa beans were among the curiosities he brought back from his voyage. However, it wasn’t until the conquest of Mexico that the Spaniards learned of ‘chocolatl’, a drink made from cocoa beans that the Aztecs served Cortez and his troops. The Spaniards found the drink bitter. Luckily, the New World was also a source of cane sugar. Combining the two, and bringing the recipe to Spain, proved a booming business. The Spanish managed to keep it a secret for nearly a hundred years.

This second flush tea with its golden liquor, celebrates the highly-regarded Sungma Estate in the Darjeeling region. A highly aromatic tea with a spice and muscat grape aroma. It never disappoints. Serve with milk.
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Darjeeling Sungma Muscatel is a second flush black tea from the famous Darjeeling region of India. Darjeeling tea is treasured for its rich golden liquor and distinctive muscatel (a type of grape) flavour. This tea scores high on both counts. Bright and aromatic, floral muscat grape aroma with notes of warm spice and sugary squash. Plush, tangy mouthfeel with a sweet finish and balanced astringency. This excellent summer harvest (second flush) of Darjeeling black tea comes from the highly regarded Sungma Estate. Darjeeling is a town situated along the slopes of the beautiful, towering Himalayas. The town, and the tea plantations that stretch around it, are often enveloped in mist. This unique climate, along with the region’s loamy soil, help produce one of the most unique and distinctive teas in the world. These altitudes place significant strain on the bushes, so they grow more slowly and have more time to develop flavour. The leaves are also more fragile, so they oxidize and dry up at different rates during production. That’s why Darjeeling tea always ‘looks like autumn’ – brown, gold, green. No one else in the world has tea that tastes quite like authentic Darjeeling.

A bright and fruity Ceylon blended with the earthy and aromatic sweet flavours of the Maltese carob. East meets west with success. Add milk or Maltese honey for extra indulgence.
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Tgħanniqa is a unique Maltese tea blend with carob pods blended with a strong Ceylon black tea. Carob comes from a sweet evergreen tree that is grown heavily in the Maltese country roads and other Mediterranean countries.

Our Maltese generations of old used carob as a healthy beverage to boost their immune system, sooth sore throats and coughs on a rainy day and aid digestion.

Carobs were a staple diet with early civilizations, with archeological findings indicating that  early Egyptians used carobs as a natural sweetener.

Carobs have also been called St. John’s bread or locust bean because the pods were once thought to have been the “locusts” that were eaten by John the Baptist in the Wilderness.

That story was apparently wrong, as the prophet actually ate migratory locust.

It is also hinted that early jewellers and goldsmiths in the Middle East used to weigh gold and gemstones against the seeds of the carob tree.

A Carob pod takes between 11 to 12 months to develop and ripen. By then the seeds are bursting with complex sweet and aromatic flavours that provide  a hint of chocolate and earthy root herbs. Characterised by a rich, deep red colour, this special tea blend provides a delicate balance of  sweet and savoury indulgence all in one steamy cup.

A delightfully bright morning cup with citrusy Ceylon tea coupled with the malty underscore of a piquant Assam. A seamless marriage! Serve with milk or lemon.
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Our Morning Tune Blend is made up of two very popular black teas: Assam and Ceylon. Assam is the world’s largest tea-growing region, lying on either side of the Brahmaputra River, and bordering Bangladesh and Burma (Myanmar). Assam has a tropical climate, heavily influenced by the monsoons and without the normal hot and dry season found in the rest of India. In the warmest month, the temperature is around 30ºC, while in January, roughly 15ºC is the norm. The most prised Assams are the second flush teas, coming right before the monsoons, with a rich, spicy and malty flavour.

Teas harvested during and right after the rainy season tend to be softer and more floral in character.

The tiny island of Sri Lanka is the world’s third largest producer of tea, due in part to the fact that tea can be harvested year-round here. The island is blessed with perfect trade winds and striking geography, creating unique micro-climates favourable to tea production. Tea flavour is very much tied to the altitude where it grows here: low, medium or high, each with its own sought-after character. Low-grown teas are hearty, tangy and very rich in taste. High-grown teas are much lighter bodied, but are more aromatic and sweet. Mid-grown are a combination of the two, depending on exact conditions. Medium to full body with noticeable unique aromatics.

A twist on the classic Earl Grey. Find delight in the additional vanilla and crème notes and blue cornflowers. Serve with milk.
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The story goes that in 1830, Charles Earl Grey, an English diplomat  travelled  to China, and as a reward for his act of kindness, a local man presented him with the recipe for making this distinctive tea. As inspiring as it may sound, the story is factually incorrect. Chinese have never been black tea drinkers, and so it was very unlikely that they had  a tea recipe for Earl Grey to bestow on visitors. Also, Charles Earl Grey never set foot in China.

A beautiful white tip leaf that yields luxurious floral and peach-pit fragrance. Incredibly sweet, fruity and lush with a delicate warm spicy undertone. Smooth and soothing. Perfect for multiple infusions.
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Formosa, meaning ‘beautiful island’, is what Dutch traders called Taiwan. The teas grown here, mainly north of Taipei, continue to be called as such. Tea can be harvested up to six times a year here, although the high mountain teas may be only twice a year. Oolong tea had been a very important export for the island until the 1980’s, when tea growers turned their focus to native oolong enthusiasts. Today, oolong tea is mainly produced for tea lovers in Taiwan, and the rarest, most prized lots are extremely difficult to find in the West. Tea culture is so alive and well in Taiwan, annual competitions are held amongst tea growing districts to reward the most outstanding oolongs each year. Gold medal winning oolongs are some of the most expensive in the world.

A golden-coppery cup famous for its refreshingly sweet pine smokey flavour ending with a crisp edge. Serve with milk or brew lighter and serve without.
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Famous for its smokey aroma and tar flavour, our Lapsang Souchong is a black tea from the Fujian province of China. The finished tea is given some extra drying over smoking pine fire, imparting a sweet, clean smoky flavour to the tea. Our Lapsang Souchong is clean and slightly cool smokiness in the aroma, like menthol. Sweet, refreshing smoky flavour, crisp and edgy. Golden-coppery colour in the cup; the mark of a Lapsang that hasn’t been smoked to a jerky. Sweet pine flavour, lightly evaporating finish. It’s amazing all the dimensions of ‘smoky’ you can experience in one, very well made cup of fine Lapsang Souchong.

Pure pleasure in a drink! Taste the natural sweetness of summer berries and hibiscus flowers in this summery natural treat!
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Brewed using only real tea and fruit with no added sugar or artificial flavours.

Pure pleasure in a drink! Taste the natural sweetness of summer berries and hibiscus flowers in this summery natural treat!
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Brewed using only real tea and fruit with no added sugar or artificial flavours.

A herbal infusion created specifically to sooth you.
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Let the lemongrass uplift you and the ginger refresh you. The added peppermint and licorice root provide the perfect therapeutic cup. Pairs perfectly with a spoonful of Maltese honey.

 

 

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These individually packed unbleached tea sacks are hand packed with artisan full leaf tea. Explore the different blends at the comfort of your home. Try something new and give out a tea sack to a friend who needs a good cup of tea to get through the day!

Brew your tea leaves in this lovely elephant glass tea pot that comes with an inner glass infuser.
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710ml Elephant Glass Tea Pot with an inner glass infuser and a bamboo lid

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These individually packed unbleached tea sacks are hand packed with artisan full leaf tea. Explore the different blends at the comfort of your home. Try something new and give out a tea sack to a friend who needs a good cup of tea to get through the day!

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These individually packed unbleached tea sacks are hand packed with artisan full leaf tea. Explore the different blends at the comfort of your home. Try something new and give out a tea sack to a friend who needs a good cup of tea to get through the day!

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These individually packed unbleached tea sacks are hand packed with artisan full leaf tea. Explore the different blends at the comfort of your home. Try something new and give out a tea sack to a friend who needs a good cup of tea to get through the day!

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These individually packed unbleached tea sacks are hand packed with artisan full leaf tea. Explore the different blends at the comfort of your home. Try something new and give out a tea sack to a friend who needs a good cup of tea to get through the day!

A trio of artisan chocolate torrone made with love and dedication to perfect your tea ritual!
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Tea & Chocolate – the perfect pair! Enjoy this artisan trio torrone collection that has been specifically created to compliment your cup of tea. The collection comes with a tea pairing guide card that recommends the tea blends that go down perfectly with this unique torrone. Hand-made in Malta by the Maltese Chocolatier at Oil & More, an artisan foods company.

 

The Torrone Trio Collection:

 

Carob & Cocoa Nibs – Milk Chocolate 44% Torrone

Apple & Mango – Dark Chocolate 54% Torrone

Coconut & Pistacchio – White Chocolate Torrone

Enjoy your cup of tea paired with this unique artisan mouth-watering torrone collection.

A little discovery treasure box with the perfect combination for any tea lover! This little elegant gift box consists of 13 tea blends and a classical little book together with our latest concept, the Torrone Trio Artisan Chocolate Collection. Discover the flavours and aromas of 13 different blends each hand packed in unbleached tea bags complimented with our torrone trio chocolate collection created purposely for tea pairing. The classic little book title is a surprise! Delight yourself and rediscover the tea ritual whilst reading your book over a cup of tea and heavenly chocolate!
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The 13 blends found in the gift box are: Morning Tune, Tgħanniqa, Darjeeling Sungma Muscatel, Ceylon Chocolate Charm, Earl Grey Radiance, Rooibos Vanilla Masala, Thai Chai, Mango Twist, Tempting Raspberry, Gunpowder, Fujian Pekoe, Rooibos Vanilla, Joyful Serenade.

The Torrone Trio Artisan Chocolate consists of:

Milk Chocolate – Carob & Cocoa Nibs (45g bar)

Dark Chocolate – Apple & Mango (45g bar)

White Chocolate – Coconut & Pistacchio (45g bar)

The Torrone box and the book will be packed inside the Tettiera Mint Gift Box.

A little discovery treasure box with the perfect combination for any tea lover! This little elegant gift box consists of 13 tea blends and a classical little book. Discover the flavours and aromas of 13 different blends each hand packed in unbleached tea bags. The classic little book title is a surprise! Delight yourself and rediscover the tea ritual whilst reading your book over a cup of tea!
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The 13 blends found in the gift box are: Morning Tune, Tgħanniqa, Darjeeling Sungma Muscatel, Ceylon Chocolate Charm, Earl Grey Radiance, Rooibos Vanilla Masala, Thai Chai, Mango Twist, Tempting Raspberry, Gunpowder, Fujian Pekoe, Rooibos Vanilla, Joyful Serenade.

Price includes 1 Box with the above mentioned collection.

Enjoy your cup of tea in a Tettiera pattern mug designed by Stephanie Borg.
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350ml Ceramic Mug packed in a gift box. Dishwasher proof and microwave safe. To preserve colours, hand wash is recommended.

A Stainless steal tong infuser that will help you make a good cup of tea in no time!
5.95
A bamboo tea spoon to measure the right amount of loose leaf tea per cup.
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The perfect basket infuser to maximise the flavours of your tea leaves in the easiest of ways.
12.95

This stainless steel basket infuser comes with it’s own lid. The basket is the perfect way to infuse your tea leaves as it gives them the proper space to brew efficiently. The lid also acts as a coaster for the basket infuser to drip onto or as a lid to keep your cuppa warm.  The top of the basket and it’s lid are covered with silicone for ease of use and safety. Preparing your cup of tea has never been easier! Ceramic Mug can be bought separately.

The perfect basket infuser to maximise the flavours of your tea leaves in the easiest of ways.
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This stainless steel basket infuser comes with it’s own lid. The basket is the perfect way to infuse your tea leaves as it gives them the proper space to brew efficiently. The lid also acts as a coaster for the basket infuser to drip onto or as a lid to keep your cuppa warm.  The top of the basket and it’s lid are covered with silicone for ease of use and safety. Preparing your cup of tea has never been easier! Ceramic Mug can be bought separately.

The perfect basket infuser to maximise the flavours of your tea leaves in the easiest of ways.
12.95

This stainless steel basket infuser comes with it’s own lid. The basket is the perfect way to infuse your tea leaves as it gives them the proper space to brew efficiently. The lid also acts as a coaster for the basket infuser to drip onto or as a lid to keep your cuppa warm.  The top of the basket and it’s lid are covered with silicone for ease of use and safety. Preparing your cup of tea has never been easier! Ceramic Mug can be bought separately.

A Stainless steal ball infuser with chain is simple to use. Just open the ball, add your tea leaves and hang it in your mug.
3.75
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Keep this mint teapot cosy with these lovely hand-made woolen tea cosies.
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Choose from the collection of colourful tea cosies with a mint tea pot and indicate at check-out which one you would like. Please allow 15 days for dispatch. The tea pot has a circumference of approximately 46cm and a capacity of 700ml.

A – Rainbow with Blue Floral Top

B – Blue with Rainbow Floral Top

C – Pink with Rainbow Floral Top

D – Cream with blue side stitching and Rainbow Floral Top

Keep your teapot cosy with these lovely hand-made woolen tea cosies. Fits a teapot with a circumference of 46cm.
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Choose from the collection of colourful tea cosies and indicate at check-out which one you would like. Please allow 15 days for dispatch. To fit a tea pot with a circumference of approximately 46cm. Tea pot not included.

A – Rainbow with Blue Floral Top

B – Blue with Rainbow Floral Top

C – Pink with Rainbow Floral Top

D – Cream with blue side stitching and Rainbow Floral Top