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Glass Half Full


Glass Half FullWhat It Is:Spring is still one of the moodier seasons here in Canada, and during those rainy (or ugh, snowy) days a good cup of tea can help lift your spirits. So can this elegant glass tea kettle from Menu. Simply put your looseleaf tea into the diffuser, add boiling water, and watch as your water is tinted to perfection. When you’re ready to serve, the leaf ‘egg’ simply pulls up – meaning no dripping filters or musses while you’re sipping away.

Who It’s For:Your mom, to impress her guests at the next book club. Your wife, to keep her warm and toasty in her overly AC’d office. Your good friend, as a lovely wedding shower option.

What It Costs:$64.95

Where It’s At: Menu online, which ships to Canada for free for orders over $100.

Last chance for a bonus entry into my Lather giveaway! Leave a comment below – would you like this teapot as a gift?

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16 Responses to “Glass Half Full”
  1. Betty S says:

    I would love to receive this teapot as a gift, it is really cool

  2. Julie G. says:

    No – I’m not a tea drinker.

  3. Joan G says:

    It’s nice but I don’t think I would use it.

  4. Susan says:

    I am a huge tea drinker and would love this teapot for my collection.

  5. cookie3 says:

    Since I love drinking tea & use mainly loose leaf tea, this pot would be perfect for me.

  6. Annie D says:

    I would love this tea pot and I think I’ll put it on my wish list 🙂

  7. Susan T. says:

    This is brilliant! I hate the mess of loose tea but it always tastes better so this would solve my problem!

  8. Kimberley says:

    I would love this teapot, and I know a couple of people who would love it as well.

  9. May says:

    I would love this teapot because tea is what I usually drink and it’s great to separate the leaves!

  10. Emilia says:

    Yes, I like all unique things

  11. I don’t drink a lot of tea, but know that I should try more. So I’d love this. I like that you can use loose leaves and not worry about having stray bits floating in your teacup.

  12. beewbedard says:

    I would love to get a teapot as a gift – we could actually use one

  13. Alison K says:

    Bonus Lather entry: I would very much like this teapot as a gift!

  14. Victoria Ess says:

    I would love this tea pot!! It’s such a conversation starter!

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