It's been a long few days for all of us, the seasons are changing and so is the world around us. In times like these, it's always a good idea to sit back for a while and gather your thoughts. It's in the quiet moments and times of relaxation that we have some of our best ideas. In Britain, and in several places around the world, a cup of tea is the universal symbol for this activity. Brewing tea has been a popular pastime for millennia, with origins in China and India, now tea leaves are grown all over the warm enough world. Rather that using the dusty teabag, many tea connoisseurs prefer to make their favourite drink with loose leaves. Even then, a couple of teabags go into a pot just as well. When you make tea in the cup the teabag often drips over the counter as it makes its way to the bin and there's always a chance of it tearing when you stir it. A pot is the cleaner, more refined option and we should all get one. Have a look at some of these fancy teapots that people are using.
The classic and original. Cast iron and made to last, you can boil it on a hob to make hot water and you can infuse anything you want to. If you want to drink tea like the upper crust of times gone by then this is just perfect.
Love for the bees. If you like your tea sweet or if you simply love honey, then a bee design teapot exists for your enjoyment. The bright yellow colours of this Price and Kensington teapot light up the golden tea with extra nectar for that anticipated cup and setting.
Sometimes simplicity is the best way forward. A uniform and modest design brings this unassuming two-cup teapot to your kitchen. If it's just you and a friend or you happen to be in the mood for a double serving, you can save yourself some trouble and make it all in one pot.
Is it more than just tea you're drinking there? If you prefer not to say then you can give subtle hints with this every day is Halloween witches' brew teapot. Who knows what mysterious powers it will invoke when you stir up a storm?
If the Daleks have been trying to exterminate you or the Cybermen have been trying to delete you, or if the Master has been playing tricks with your head, then maybe it's time to make tea in a Tardis. The thing is, how much tea can you put in it? If it's anything like a real Tardis then you'll have a swimming pool in there.
You know what rhymes with tea? Geometry. That's why this geometric design looks great and is very fitting for the purpose. The fresh minty colours with a hint of sunshine gives an uplifting effect. A high-class design is seen in the shape in which early 20th century vibes mingle with modern sentimentality.
Now this time we really do back in time. It feels like an episode of Poirot with this sleek and enchanting black teapot. The intricate design can be admired while you wait for the infusion to work its magic.
Stylish and sturdy, this London Pottery polka-dot teapot is a classic design and shape. You can fit several cups in this generous ceramic and give your home a slightly rustic and down-to-earth feeling.
Hop to it, put the kettle on! This frog and tadpoles pot and cup set is perfect for pond lovers and nature fans. If you like getting out in the wild from time to time and enjoy the sights and sounds of the great outdoors then perhaps this is right up your street?
Just enough for one, this mug and pot set makes the perfect amount for a ten minute break and keeps everything neat and tidy too. This Sass and Belle Folk Floral teapot is an ideal gift to show someone that they really do matter.
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