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I've never been much of a coffee drinker, because as some would say, "it's an acquired taste." And let's face it. I'm not going to drink something that stimulates my gag reflex so violently enough times that I actually start to enjoy it. So yes. I would like a cup of tea. And also a scone, thank you very much.
Flowering tea is a rare, beautiful little indulgence for me. Have you tried any of these teas? What do you think of them?
Um, so the 10 tea holder... yes, 10 slots, but certainly it's capacity is greater than a single tea bag per slot?
joelsisk wrote:Um, so the Woodard & Charles Acacia Wood WTT290-10 10-Slot Tea Bag Holder ... yes, 10 slots, but certainly it's capacity is greater than a single tea bag per slot?
damn holding a 3 week old and hitting reply instead of edit...
BAH! I wanted the teapot and I keep missing it.
joelsisk wrote:Um, so the 10 tea holder... yes, 10 slots, but certainly it's capacity is greater than a single tea bag per slot?
lol see, EXACTLY what I was thinking
I'd buy this for my father, but really only that few bags? Must be able to smush 2 maybe 3 bags per slot i'd hope (kind of given math and dimensions).
2 bags/serving - per slot even maybe ya know? ;)
ALSO, ive had other flowering teas before - most having a timid or mild to bland flavor. So I'm hoping these here may change my mind.
Taste > Pretty Tea Flower Display
Last time we sold these, I think the buyer said he fit 8 "Lipton style" tea bags in one slot.
With Tea Holders I think the idea is that you'd have 1 variety of tea in each slot. Thus it is a 10 Tea holder.
Or I could be making crap up.
I dunno, I'm so much of a snob I won't even drink bagged tea.
Now, a water kettle, on the other hand, is a purchase you will never regret.