Cups and accessories

All the essential accessories for preparing tea.

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Tea Box Mini by CS | Azur

Made of stainless steel, this mini sized Camellia Sinensis caddy suits all tea spaces and is perfect to throw in your bag while on the move.

Tea Box by CS | Cylindrical

This mid sized stainless steel container fits most of your tea storage needs. Looking sleek and discreet on any tea table.

Matcha Spoon | Stainless Steel

This just lovely miniature spoon is the perfect measurement tool, for a perfect match every time!

Spoon for Tea | Eilong

This spoon in solid black plastic, and ideal measure and perfect for reaching deep to the leaves at the bottom of a caddy or bag. Capacity 2 teaspoons, the perfect size to charge a 500ml teapot. Vary to your taste of course!

Tea Box by CS | Rectangular

The most generous capacity of the set. Easily stores even the loosest leaves to suit your everyday tea drinking habits perfectly.

Spoon for Tea | Stainless Steel

With a capacity of 1 teaspoon, it is your basic measuring tool for drinking a perfect cup of tea every time. Made of solid stainless steel and a minimalist design.

Thermometer | Analogue

This "dial" thermometer is used to read the temperature of the water specially used for infusing the most delicate teas. Of a practical and solid design, it comes with a case that can be used for calibration (instructions on the back of the packaging).

Boîte à thé Washi W1 | Kido

A charming piece with its flashy pink print, this small Japanese Washi box allows you to carry your tea anywhere.

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Boîte à thé Washi W1 | Nikko

A charming piece with its flashy red print, this small Japanese Washi box allows you to carry your tea anywhere.

Kido (copie)

A charming piece with its flashy pink print, this small Japanese Washi box allows you to carry your tea anywhere.

Washi Tea Box W1 | Midori

With its fresh designs, these tiny Japanese Washi boxes are so pleasing to the eye. Fill your tea cabinet with colours, decorate your tea table or carry it around in your bag, elegant versatility.

Le Livre du thé

This modern classic invites the reader to discover a uniques tradition that has come to symbolize the wisdom, beauty, and the elegant simplicity of Asian culture. The author celebrates the Way of Tea from its ancient origins in Chinese Taoism to its culminationin the Zen discipline known as the Japanese tea ceremony-an enchanting practice bringing together such arts as architecture, pottery, and flower arranging to create an experience that delights the senses, calms the mind, and refreshes the spirit. The Book of Tea describes the rich aethetic of Asian culture through the history , …

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