I’ll admit, I had no idea that Adagio had been curating such an extensive collection of fandom-inspired tea blends until they contacted us about doing a review. I’m so glad they did, because now I have a go-to source for tea that contains thousands of fun options. Seriously, if you’re a fan of something nerdy, odds are there’s a collection of tea blends inspired by it—perhaps several.
Well, you don’t see stuff like this everyday—a ceramic Japanese-style teacup adorned with images from Studio Ghibli’s Spirited Away. it’s actually quite lovely. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Harry Potter and tea are a perfect pairing, and you can brew up your own potions with this tea set. [click to continue…]
A very proper, civilized duel. The winner would be the person that could draw their cup and saucer, get a kettle on, and have the tea and their pinky up the fastest. I’m also picturing a bandolier filled with teabags.
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I’d love to have an R2 unit of my very own to help around the kitchen, but unfortunately, I don’t think that’s in the cards. The best I can do is probably make myself an R2-D2-themed steampunk teapot. It’s not as difficult as you might think.
In the latest episode of Awe Me’s Artist Series, Marissa Deal shows us how to make a brass-and-rivets-style teapot with a little Star Wars flair. See how it’s done in the video below. [click to continue…]
I just got this image of Deadpool sipping tea at a table festooned with doilies while dressed like a grandmother. Naturally, he’s using this ceramic teapot and his pinky is fully extended on every sip.
Deadpool Teapot ($19.92—20% off)
When I first saw this teapot, I thought about how it would look if it was inserted into the Star Wars films. Then I laughed and laughed—especially at the part where Alderaan is soaked in an ocean of Early Grey.