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Degrenne Salam Insulated Teapot
Designed in 1953 by French tableware maker Guy Degrenne, this iconic teapot has a removable strainer and a felt-lined stainless-steel cover that insulates the ceramic pot beneath. Available in five finishes.
Source: Wall Street Journal
Finum Mesh Brewing Basket
Finum’s “super-efficient” stainless-steel steeper “may not look like much,” but its micro-mesh filter catches even the tiniest loose-leaf tea debris. A plastic lid helps retain heat and aromas, and it doubles as a drip tray.
BambooMN Matcha Bowl Set
New to the matcha craze? This traditional set includes all of the tools you’ll need to brew the finely ground Japanese green tea: a bamboo whisk, scoop, teaspoon, tray, and a ceramic bowl and spoon rest.
The best electric kettle around, this cordless, 1.7-liter Cuisinart heats water “quickly and accurately” to any of six preset temperatures: one for coffee and five optimized for various types of tea. It also has a handy “keep warm” button.
Steepware Everest Tea Tumbler
This vacuum-insulated tumbler keeps tea warm for hours and has a clever screw-top that stays attached when you open it to drink or to remove the steeper basket. Whatever color you choose, you’ll love the “rugged adventure meets urban chic” look.
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