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Yellow Submarine tea infuser is how the Beatles drink tea

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

In the psychedelic world of late sixties Beatles, you can easily see one of them using this thing to make tea that will later be stirred by a Blue Meanie. Perfect for when you are in an Octopus’ garden having tea in the shade.

Tea infusers are usually metal though, aren’t they? Is this even safe? If I drink of this tea will I suddenly be transported to Pepperland? See Lucy in the sky with diamonds? Is the Walrus really Paul?

Harmonica Kettle plays music

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on November 7th, 2008

Harmonica Kettle plays musicYou haven’t forgotten about the classic kitchen kettle, I’m sure. You know, that thing that whistles when your water is boiled. It’s a pretty basic design that hasn’t really changed. At least, until now. This Harmonica Kettle has a built-in harmonica, as the name implies, instead of the typical whistle. It changes the high-pitched scream into a melody. There’s one problem. This little musical act will cost you $265. That’s one hell of a concert price for making tea.

Tea Stick for tea/gadget lovers

Posted in Kitchen by Reuben Drake on December 1st, 2007

Tea Stick avoids needing teabag and uses loose leaf teaNo, this is not some sort of stainless-steel cigarette or controlled substance paraphernalia. This little reusable Tea Stick constructed of stainless steal and plastic and can replace the need for messy and wasteful tea bags. It has a spring-loaded tray which pops out and doubles as a little shovel to scoop up loose-leaf tea, which many say makes a better cup of tea than most tea bags, anyway.

The tea leaves are kept inside the stick while its dunked into water and makes a modern, nice looking tea-drinker gadget for an affordable $20.