Wednesday, February 10, 2021

These are a Few of my Favorite (Tea) Things

In my new Ebook, The Eclectic Tea Party, I share a wealth of information about tea. Today I would like to share my favorite tools and books. Click the highlighted link or picture to purchase. The links in this post are affiliate links.


An electric kettle is great to have and Black & Decker is my favorite. They are reasonably priced and last forever, I still have mine from 2009. In my house, we use this to heat up water for everything including pasta and Ramen noodles.

This is a perfect measure and measures the perfect cup of tea every time.

The ingenuiTEA by Adagio Teas is one of the easiest and most entertaining ways to brew tea. You steep the tea in the plastic cup-like container and when it is finished you place it over a mug and press down and tea is released from the bottom.

A metal tea infuser is a simple way to steep tea in any mug (and some pots), this one by OXO Brew is made of stainless steel and a great choice for beginners.
Another favorite infuser is a mesh infuser, this one by Finum is lightweight and easy to clean.

A French press is a great addition to your tea-making collection. This one by IKEA is the one I have used for years. 

As long as I have been making tea, I admit I still use a timer, because for the perfect cup, timing is everything. This is a great deal on a kitchen timer two pack.
I love an infuser mug and the Mora Ceramics Large Tea Mug with Loose Leaf Infuser and Ceramic Lid is one of the best in my opinion because it has an 18-ounce capacity which is three whole cups of tea. If you only bought one thing on this list, this should be it!


This book came at the perfect time for me, just months before I opened my online tea business and it gave me the confidence I needed to easily and effortlessly welcome people into my home. Karen Ehman's A Life That Says Welcome will always be a favorite.

Bri McKoy "shows us that healing begins when we say, "Come in. I may not know you, but I know your maker. And so I offer you my heart." in Come & Eat. This book embodies my passion for hospitality.

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