Introducing NIN Ceramics Tea & Coffee Accessories Range!
This range features six beautiful and modern accessories to heighten your morning brew ritual. Using cotton, bamboo & stainless steel materials, these eco-friendly accessories will reduce your footprint in style.
Reusable Cotton Tea Bag 5 pk
Mornings are beautiful with these eco-friendly reusable cotton tea bags. Perfectly create your own loose-leaf tea blend and secure it easily with the drawstring closure. Simply empty your tea leaves into the compost when you are finished, rinse and dry.
25 billion tea bags are sold in Australia each year. Most commercial tea bags use non-biodegradable polypropylene as sealants in their bags which means tiny plastic particles remain in the environment long after the tea leaves have turned to compost. Replacing your commercial tea bags with reusable cotton tea bags is a simple way to ensure less micro plastics are floating around in our world.
Each pack contains 5 100% cotton tea bags. Tea bag is approx 8cm x 10cm.
Glass Tea Infuser
Brewing the perfect tea doesn’t have to be a science with this gorgeous test tube shaped glass tea infuser.
This infuser is made from high quality borosilicate glass material which is heat-proof. Simply add the tea leaves to the infuser, steep in your mug of water and let the beautiful ingredients do their magic.
Infuser is approx. 15.5 x 3 cm.
Coffee Pour Over
Celebrate the slow method of pour over coffee with this stainless steel mesh coffee pour over.
And the best part is that this pour over doesn't require any single-use filters as the fine mesh acts as a filter! The mesh design allows coffee to filter smoothly through without allowing any powder to escape into your brew, creating a slow and flavorful extraction.
Simply fill with your grinds and slowly pour water evenly through them. Once your coffee has finished dripping, empty your grinds into the compost and rinse the pour over.
Strong stainless steel design. Approx 14 x 90 x 10 cm
Bamboo Tea Spoon
You’ve got the handmade mug, the best ingredients and now the perfect bamboo teaspoon! This minimalist and modern teaspoon will complete the perfect morning cuppa picture.
Bamboo is a highly renewable resource due to its rapid growth-rate and regeneration abilities. It is one of the most renewable resources on the planet. It is also robust enough to be recycled into other products once it's finished with, but is also natural enough to fully biodegrade in compost. Go bamboo!
Tea spoon is approx. 13 x 3 cm
The Coffee Dictionary
From Acidity to coffee producing Zambia and everything in between, this dictionary is a must read for all coffee lovers.
Coffee is more popular than ever before - and more complex. The Coffee Dictionary is the coffee drinker's guide to the dizzying array of terms and techniques, equipment and varieties that go into creating the perfect cup. Covering anything from country of origin, variety of bean and growing and harvesting techniques to roasting methods, brewing equipment, tasting notes, and - of course - the many different coffee-based drinks.
With hundreds of entries on everything from sourcing, growing and harvesting, to roasting, grinding and brewing, champion barista and coffee expert Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood explains the key factors that impact the taste of your drink.
Author: Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood
Good & Proper Tea
A good cup of tea can make anything better. A good book about tea is a must have!
From leaf to cup, how to choose, brew and cook with tea.
Emilie started Good & Proper Tea with the intention of changing the tea market one cup at a time. Now, in this gorgeously presented book, she shares her passion for tea with tips, techniques and recipes.
Learn how to make the perfect cup of tea, discover more about the origin behind each leaf, and try Emilie’s delicious recipes for tea-based drinks and cocktails, from Darjeeling & Elderflower Iced Tea to an Oolong Mojito. There’s also a selection of tempting ways to cook with tea, such as Yunnan, Orange & Polenta Cake and Iced Matcha & Lemon Loaf Cake.
From robust breakfast brews to floral, fragrant greens, this is a celebration of how exciting tea can be.
Author: Emilie Holmes