Saturday, November 19, 2011

Review: Libre' Loose Leaf Tea Glass Mug

By the middle ages, tea had become a staple in Chinese Taoists’ immortality elixirs and Buddhists’ meditation practices (to enhance their ability to stay awake). It was during the Chinese T’ang dynasty (around 700 AD) that tea had its civilized beginnings and infiltration into society. T’ang poet, Lu Wu penned the first and still definitive Ch’a Ching, which is regarded in China as the ‘Holy Scripture of Tea’.
In the early days (1000-1100 AD), tea leaves were boiled with water and other ingredients such as salt and ginger. In later years the leaves were ground to a powder and then whipped with hot water. Read more about the history of Tea
Volume: 280mL
Size: approximately 6.0” tall, 3.0” diameter of drinking glass, with handle that adds another 1 in.
Materials: glass, polycarbonate, stainless steel
Shipping: Shipped from Vancouver, Canada and Los Angeles, USA. Express Delivery available

Christina's Voice:
The Libre glass n poly mug is great product they have come out with to use for that loose leaf tea stuff. If your a tea drinker then you should have this mug. its huge nice big and easy to use. The glass is BPA free.It has a removable filter. the glass is thermal so it keeps it warm or cold which ever you like. Large handle which helps you hold it. but even with the hot tea in the cup the thick glass keeps it cool to touch which is one thing i like.
Retail Value: $32.50


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