Jewel Tea 4 Two
This smart ceramic tea set stacks for easy storage in a cabinet or on a countertop. Available only in purple, it makes the “plum-perfect” gift for any hostess who exudes “effortless elegance.”
Source: Vanity Fair
Sharky Tea Infuser
This infuser turns tea into performance art. When Pablo Matteoda’s “beautiful piece of culinary design” is floating in hot water, the color billowing out resembles the aftermath of a fresh attack.
The “complex, unusual” tea blends created at Bellocq, a Brooklyn atelier, should satisfy discerning palettes. Their Earl Grey tea is a standout.
$10 and up, bellocq.com
Source: Martha Stewart Living
Tea leaves placed in the side chamber of this clever cup “spread their goodness” through a mesh divider. The cup’s base allows tea to be tipped away from the leaves after steeping.
Chantal Copper Teakettle
“Designers are turning to warm metallic accents” more and more in modern kitchens. You’ll want to leave this sleek copper kettle out when it’s not in use.