If you’ve never heard of the The TeaBook before, prepare to be dazzled!
First off, where do you store your tea? In a cabinet? Maybe in miscellaneous tins?
If you’re tea cupboard looks anything like ours, it can be a bit, well, disorganized at times…
We really enjoy tea & drink it daily. Thus, we have a ton of tea – many different varieties of loose leaf tea, and tea bags from all over the world of all shapes, sizes & types.
Check out The TeaBook:
The way you store tea will change from here on out…
Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food:
The TeaBook looks like a high quality binder or CD case, but instead, has 144 compartments to hold your different teas.
Random tea bags floating around? That’s no longer a problem. Not only will you organize your teas & clean up your cupboards, you will be able to peruse your teas at a glance.
If your household is anything like mine, we have our regular, daily, go-to tea we drink, and then all of the other teas we enjoy less frequently. When we want to enjoy one of those other teas, we look through the first few places in the cupboard & choose something that’s easy, instead of something we might desire even more.
The TeaBook also holds our tea balls – the ones that are put into a glass tea pot, and bloom. They are beautiful to look at, but often, not the easiest packages to store. It seems they find a way to float around the tea cupboard & are found everywhere, loosely. The tea holders in this book can accommodate these awkward & bulgy packages too.
Even when it’s filled to capacity, The TeaBook is remarkably lightweight – weighing in under 2 lbs. This makes it easy to transport, if you’re traveling, or if you’re mailing it as a thoughtful gift to a foodie friend somewhere across the globe – maybe even your child at university, as a care package. I would have LOVED this!
The TeaBook can easily be stored in a cupboard, or on a bookshelf with cookbooks. It’s even attractive enough to sit on a shelf in your library, inconspicuously, as it’s bound in recycled & partially recycled materials that resemble a leather finish, and leather-bound stitching.
They even have gold lettering on the spine & a buckle-style closure, making it look like a timeless classic on your shelf. This handy kitchen gadget is available in brown, natural, lime, teal & red colors.
BUT don’t just limit this book to holding teas – it could hold specialty coffees, spices, snacks, candies, or even craft or other kitchen supplies snugly.
You can find The TeaBook online:
The TeaBook is a welcome addition to my kitchen to helps us organize one of our very favorite passions – tea! #TheTeaBook
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