I thought I would mention that Contenttea is available gift-wrapped for that special occasion. You can choose a theme, for example a birthday, Christmas, Songkran, New Year, etc. We can add beautiful, pre-written cards, bows, etc. to order; and then box it for posting! Prices on application.
What do you eat with your cups of tea, or do you prefer to drink it on its own? In the morning, I like to drink it with bread and honey, but in the evening I like it with a cheese sandwich, an apple, and maybe sweet biscuits.
I don't take it with sugar, so I find it tastes good with sweet or savoury foods.
Just in case you were wondering, the leaves of Contenttea are pretty big - maybe 5+ cm long. So, those of you who are used to tea-bags may be surprised! Don't worry, though, because Contenttea has bags of flavour, and brews adequately fast. Cheers!
I have finished the new banner to represent Contenttea out there on the www. I thought I would pick up on the idea that Contenttea is produced without any mechanical processes. I decided to contrast this with the idea of a robot serving cups of tea for its master/mistress in homes across the globe. I am also interested in robotics because I dislike housework and drudgery like most people, and I think the sooner robots become freely available in households the better! So, I hope you like the new design and you can use it anywhere you like, but please don't alter it without permission. Thanks. Contenttea banner
I would like to open a discussion on the topic of cleaning, and keeping clean, teapots made of different materials. What experience do you have in this area? Should different materials be cleaned in the same way, or not?
I think there are special cleaners on the market, but are they worth the money, and do items like bleach work just as well?