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Full Tilt Tea.

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The following item is perfect for those who enjoy loose tea. This teacup has tilted base with an inbuilt and removable strainer; brewing your tea simply involves tilting the cup away from the leaves when it has reached the correct strength. It comes in Pure Black or Snow White.

Photo Courtesy of Better Living Through Design. (Click to Purchase.)

Photo Courtesy of Better Living Through Design. (Click to Purchase.)

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