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Comment from: Marilyn [Visitor] · http://heartsdelights.blogspot.com
Happy Anniversary! It was fun to see what you pack to travel with. One of these days I will have to show my tea basket I carry. Orcas Island is so beautiful! It has been many years since we have been there. Next week we are going over to Victoria BC for a couple days and I will carry my tea basket.
03/11/10 @ 17:30
Comment from: Hotels Sydney [Visitor] · http://www.hotelssydney.com.au/
Hi, I bumbped into your blog when I was Googling for a tea travel kit. I'm looking to buy one for my husband. He travels a lot these days and wants a tea set he can bring along so he won't have to deal with the stale coffee in the morning in B&B's or hotels. I'm in Sydney and the search results aren't helping me, can you direct me to a US online store?
07/11/10 @ 19:10
Comment from: Cindy [Member] Email
Try taking a look at the teaware offered by Adagio -- they carry a glass mug and infuser, or the ingenuitea system, both work well on the road. Stash Tea has an interesting looking "travel press."

http://www.adagio.com
http://www.stashtea.com
07/11/10 @ 21:34
Comment from: Hotels Sydney [Visitor] · http://www.hotelssydney.com.au/
Hi Cindy, I'll check out these sites. Thank you for the help!
07/12/10 @ 17:40
Comment from: Cindy [Member] Email
Let me know if there are types or styles that he likes -- lots of stuff out there, so I wasn't quite sure where to start.
07/12/10 @ 18:28
Comment from: David [Visitor]
I, too, use the Teavana iPhone app as a tea timer. Additionally, I also use http://steep.it/ when directly behind my laptop, or other PC.
07/18/10 @ 19:37

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