10 Best Tumbler of 2020

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Tea cup guide

Tea is available in all countries earthdrunk in one form or another. As different as the teas are, so are the different ways in which they are drunk. In Asia, the tea ceremonies are very different and much more elaborate than in the rest of the world. In our latitudes tea ceremonies are rather the exception. Tea is simply offered and drunk on various occasions such as coffee. Teacups and Tumbler Here are the most common drinking vessels for tea. Tea bowls, as in the Far East, are rarely found. Teacups are used for something more formal on a set table. Tumbler are popular for enjoying tea in between.

Occasionally, in the context of tea or coffee, the question is what is the difference between a cup and a cup. A cup always has a handle and the cup always has a saucer. A mug can also have a handle, but does not have to. A cup does not have a saucer and the volume of a cup is larger than that of a cup. In addition, a cup is always higher than wide and the wall is not or only slightly curved.

Tea cups for home or office use are usually made of porcelain, ceramic or glass. The volume of a tea mug is about 300 ml on average. Tumbler are usually large enough to pour the tea directly in the cup and let it go.

The Japanese Tumbler Gift set of MAOCI contains 5 handmade Tumbler made of porcelain. The cups have a capacity of about 300 ml and can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

Many tea lovers like to take their own tea to work or drink tea during leisure activities or a car ride. Was one in the past thermosthe only way to take a hot drink is smaller today Thermometerssto keep warm coffee or tea in different sizes. The small version of the thermos has an advantage over a large thermos. To keep a drink in a thermos as hot as possible for a long time, a thermos flask must always be completely filled. Often, however, a liter or even more tea is simply too much. With a volume of up to 500 ml, the thermo cups provide enough content for two cups of tea. The smaller volume has the advantage that the tea is not too long in the thermo cup and is usually drunk before it cools down too much. In addition, take the small thermo mug in a purse or a backpacknot as much space as a big thermos. The shape and size of the thermo mug is so handy that you can easily hold it while driving on the bus or the subway in your hand.

The Contigo Thermo Cup West Loop keeps tea hot for up to 4 hours thanks to double-wall vacuum insulation. The thermo cup is unbreakable and made entirely of stainless steel.

An important point in both teacups for home use, as well as in thermal cups is the question of how easily the vessels can be cleaned. Like coffee, tea contains many very fine suspended solids that give the tea not only its taste but also its color. The fine particles settle on the bottom and walls of the cups and remain in the cup even after the last sip. If they are left to dry, they are sometimes difficult to remove, depending on the surface of the cup, and can quickly lead to unsightly spots in the cups. The smoother the inner wall of a mug, the less chance the suspended particles have to settle. For plain porcelain, this is rarely a big problem. In particular, if the cups can be cleaned in the dishwasher, stains usually have no chance. Things look a bit different with the thermal mugs. These usually have to be rinsed by hand and the interior is difficult to reach. Therefore, you should rinse a thermo mug immediately after use or fill with water, so that the residues dissolve again. When buying, you should make sure that the inner walls of the cup are made of high-gloss polished stainless steel. If the inside is matte, suspended particles may adhere more easily and be difficult to remove.

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