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September 03, 2009

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Jason Witt

I like the looks of this so much that I can see paying $300 for one. That's also because it would probably last me for at least 3 years. However, I just bought one with similar functions a few months ago and that will last me a few years. But I'm willing to pay the price when it comes to tea. ://www.jasonwitt.org/spirituality-of-tea.html

kelley smith

You should check out this new gadget I found called Squeezmo. When your tea bag is through steeping, you take the bag out, and use this gadget to squeeze the essence from your tea bag. www.squeezmo.com

Stephanie Hanson

I don't know how I feel about the Squeezmo...usually that last essence is made up of the bitterest dregs of tea, which I'm not a fan of in my cup. But thanks for pointing it out to me!

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