The Perfect Gifts You Can Offer To The Tea-Lovers

Have a friend that’s into tea and all things related? We know just the thing that you choose as a gift for such a person. Any of these gifts for tea lovers would be a really wonderful gesture for someone in your life. Actually, looking at all these great products we’re kind of getting in the mood for a hot and delicious tea ourselves. How about you?

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You’re not really a tea lover until you give the tea bags for something a bit more sophisticated. That something can be this quirky tea brewing kit designed by Andrea Ponti. It looks simple and it’s also really easy to use. You can either use Torus which is a donut-shaped accessory you can attach to any cup or Koma which has a round base and a stainless steel handle.

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There are plenty of tea infusers to choose from and your tea-loving friend must definitely have some. Their collection, however, probably doesn’t include this cute little tea diver. It’s made of silicone and it has a three-part structure that include the diver cap that holds the tea, a cord section and the oxygen tank which always remains outside the cup.

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This robot tea infuser is pretty cute too. It has long arms that can be adjusted to perfectly fit the mug you’re using and it comes with a tray on which to place the little robot after the tea is done. This cute little robot is made of stainless steel.

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How fun and nostalgic would it be to brew tea in a yellow submarine? This one is made of food-grade silicone and it has a stainless steel chain that can be kept outside the cup for easy removal. To put the tea leaves in, just open the hatch. {found on fancy}.

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For those of your friends that enjoy tea but aren’t really into cute and quirky designs, we found something just as interesting and suitable: the AdHoc tea Stick. It comes with a measuring scoop and it’s really easy to use. Just dip it into the cup and remove it when the tea is done.

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It might be a little creepy to gift someone a skull-shaped tea infuser unless it’s Halloween or if they’re actually into this sort of designs. The Tea Bones infuser is as cute as it is spooky. Put the leaves inside the skull and keep the chain and bones outside the cup. This infuser was designed by Jason Pang.

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If, by any chance, you know someone who loves tea as much as they love Star Wars, then waste no time and gift them this Death Star infuser. It’s an officially licensed collectible and it’s made of stainless steel. It has a chain and a pretty accurate design.

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The best way to use the Sharky tea infuser is in combination with red-colored tea. That way your cup will look like a bloody pool even if you can clearly tell that it’s just a fin and not the entire shark in there. This could work as a fun gift for a tea-lover.

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For the Rolling Stones fans out there, we found this interesting tea infuser shaped like a pair of lips and a tongue. It’s actually the tongue that touches the tea and gives it its flavor which may sound wrong but isn’t in this case. {found on amazon}.

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With the Chef’n TeaLeaf infuser you can turn a simple cup of tea into a cute little plant pot. You wouldn’t actually have to dip a plant in there. It’s just the infuser that’s shaped like a tiny sprout inside a perforated pot.

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Ever let a squirrel dip its tail into your tea? The tea you get is really delicious. That’s if the squirrel is made of silicone and meant to be a tea infuser that is… But don’t keep this information all to yourself. Let all your friends discover the amazing taste of squirrel tea by gifting them this infuser. {found on amazon}.

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Having to first prepare the tea and then pour it into a mug isn’t exactly a time-efficient thing to do for those tea-lovers that are always on the go. So how about this all-in-one infuser and portable mug called Imbue Tea. It looks pretty stylish and it has a strainer attached to the underside of the lid. Just fill it with your favorite leaf blend and flip the mug over or, you know, give it to someone who loves tea.

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For the tech-savvy tea-lovers in your life you should look at a thing called Teplo. It’s a smart bottle that lets you brew the tea and then keep it at the perfect temperature which is really useful since different types of tea require different temperatures in order to get the perfect taste. This is a design that satisfies those needs.

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The Tipping Teacup is another cool product. It’s basically a teacup with an angled bottom that lets you place it in two different positions. It has a compartment on one side where the tea leaves go. Pour hot water through the screen and let it steep. When it’s done you can just tip the cup to lift the leaves out of the water.

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Another interesting gift idea could be the Brew-In-A-Mug infuser. It’s a kit which includes a stainless steel infuser and a 12 ounce glass mug that’s both microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Just fill the mug with hot water, cover the infuser with the plastic lid and enjoy.

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The Plump strainer mug definitely looks really cute and in addition to that it’s also a great accessory for anyone who loves tea. Plump is basically a mug made of ceramic and with a food-grade stainless steel strainer that’s attached to its lid. It comes in orange and green.

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Speaking of strainers, someone who enjoys brewing their own tea might also enjoy having one of these Loop Tea Strainers/ infusers. They’re mostly just like any other tea infuser except for the design which is basically just an elongated oval container with a handle.

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Know someone who enjoys the practicality of tea bags? Gift them one of these mugs. The mug is designed by George Lee and has two little indentations on one side which let you anchor the tea bag so it doesn’t float away.

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A Tea Drop Sampler would be a perfect gift for a tea-lover that enjoys trying new things and new aromas. This box includes five drops which are basically dissolvable tea morsels. Just add hot water to reveal their unique aroma and enjoy discovering the ingredients.

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The Green Herbal Tea Kit in quite similar in the sense that it offers an array of nine herbs and three varieties of organic green tea from different regions of the globe which can be simply dropper in a cup of hot water using the reusable tea bags included in the kit.