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Do you have a tea lover on your gift list? I married into a family of them so I’m always on the lookout for cute and fun gifts that relate to tea. And thus was born the gift guide for the tea lover!
If I’m being honest, I love tea so I suppose this gift guide is kind of for me. I should probably give my family a heads up that instead of making a wish list this year I’ll just be publishing a series of absurdly specific gift guides that relate to things I love.
Duet Tea for Two Set | 8 Nights of Tea | Apricot Tea Hand Lotion | Chambord Classic Tea Pot | Estrella Cup & Saucer | Tea Party Crackers | Yours & Mine Mug Gift Set | Tea Honey Tower | Night Sky Mug | Afternoon Tea at Home Cookbook
Duet Tea for Two Set – Gold accents are always a safe bet when gifting and this white and gold tea set is no exception! Invite yourself over to share some tea with your gift-receiver using this new tea set for two. Bonus points if you include your favorite tea with the gift.
8 Nights of Tea – This set of eight caffeine-free Kosher teas is perfect for celebrating the festival of lights. Your jewish friend who loves tea is sure to appreciate how thoughtful your gift is!
Apricot Tea Hand Lotion – Living in a winter climate again, I have a whole new appreciation for hand lotion. I don’t know what it is about Michigan but as soon as October hit my hands were just constantly dry. The scent of Apricot Tea wraps the richness of black tea leaves with bergamot and golden amber for an optimal hand lotion for the tea lover in your life.
Chambord Classic Teapot – This beautiful metallic teapot is the perfect addition to any modern kitchen. Or work space. Or wherever loose tea is enjoyed.
Estrella Cup & Saucer – If you don’t think this gold and white tea cup and saucer are adorable, we can’t be friends. Shortbread cookie not included.
Tea Party Crackers – As much as I love crackers, I always think it’s a waste when the ‘toy’ is something useless that will get forgotten on the table after Christmas dinner. Opt for tea party cracker for a more useful (and tasty!) celebratory table activity.
Yours & Mine Mug Gift Set – Tea is better served with company. Unless you’ve got a good book you’re working on but mostly, best with company.
Tea Honey Tower – An artisanal treat to help keep calm during the holiday season: soothing teas and fresh wildflower honey! Yes please.
Night Sky Mug – Okay so I know there are a lot of mugs in this roundup but I’m obsessed and I won’t apologize for it. Plus mugs are such a great gift bc they are usually reasonably priced and perfect to pair with something else to use in the mug.
Afternoon Tea at Home Cookbook – As someone who love enjoying afternoon tea at home, this cookbook spoke to me. It’s full of giant colorful photos and a really diverse selection of treats. Amazon keeps trying to remind me that I’ve already bought it but I’m like: “I know, I just want to give it to everyone I know!”