Enjoy your favorite cup of tea when you’re on the move. With the Zens Pi Glass tea brewing set, you brew your tea in a smart and ecological way. The Pi Glass set is a travel cup, infuser and strainer in one. Made of Borosilicate glass that is suitable for high temperatures. This modern travel set allows you to brew your cup of tea to desirable strength in the upper compartment. Press the middle button once the infusion is finished and the water will be released to the drinking cup, filtering the tealeaves out.
– Dishwasher safe
– Stainless steel filter and ball in the strainer
– Double wall glass teacup
– Portable case 19 x 9cm
– Tea cup 200ml
The revolutionary Emma vacuum tea jug, in lacquered stainless steel with steel insert and inbuilt tea filter, sets new standards for brewing tea. Keep your beverages warm and your tea at your desired strength. The Emma jug is ideal for spending long afternoons on the couch with a good book, or to have a lovely picnic with your favorite cup of tea.
A single twist closes the inbuilt smart filter, which stops the brewing process when the tea has reached the desirable strength. The modern jug which holds 1 l. is a classis Scandinavian design by Holmbäck Nordenoft that has combined a lacquered steel jug in combination with a timeless beech wood handle.
Length: 17.5 cm
Height: 18.5 cm
Width: 14 cm
Wabi-Sabi Welcome celebrates coming together, in our homes and in our lives, perfectly imperfect as we are. The vision for this book was to convey just a few of the many warm expressions of hospitality that live all over the world, and to create a visual reminder that beauty can be found in many unexpected and unsuspecting places.
For those unfamiliar with the term wabi-sabi, it is a Japanese concept that honors the beauty of natural imperfection and a life of chosen simplicity. Throughout the book you find its principles to show how welcoming people into our homes and lives can be more unfussy, more relaxed, and altogether more fulfilling when we step away from conventional ideas of how to entertain, and instead, focus on how to make our guests feel a genuine sense of warmth, comfort, and ease in our spaces.
Each chapter marks a different place where the writer has encountered the wabi-sabi spirit: Japan, Denmark, California, France and Italy. The photos you’ll discover here are almost exclusively outtakes–images with the same heart and soul that you’ll find within the book, but that simply extend beyond its pages.