Accessories Tea 

In the house of all good lover of the tea, in addition to a varied sampler of teas and infusions, you should never miss the accessories without which it would not be possible to draw all the flavour, aroma and properties that all tea and infusion of quality contain. This does not mean that you can enjoy this delicious drink in any place, with j...

In the house of all good lover of the tea, in addition to a varied sampler of teas and infusions, you should never miss the accessories without which it would not be possible to draw all the flavour, aroma and properties that all tea and infusion of quality contain. This does not mean that you can enjoy this delicious drink in any place, with just heat a glass of water and introduce into it a small bag or a pyramid tea, but it is not the same.

For this reason, and because we know that all our customers are great lovers of tea, we have prepared a special section with a wide variety of accessories, from tea sales by which you'll be able to prepare a good cup of tea in your house, in a tisanera indicated to do this, or serve it in a teapot thanks to which you will be able to share great moments with whoever you want or serve you more than once, and prolong the pleasure so delicious that we are always offered a good cup of tea.

We are suppliers of accessories for you and we have an extensive catalog with everything you need to prepare the best you.

But in addition, we also have foam cups so you can take your tea wherever you want, leave a small box of tea in the office or at home from your parents, as well as retain a greater amount in large boxes. And if you want to have always the same measure of tea, we also have bags of pyramids, for you to add the desired amount, to your taste, or make tea blends...

Of course, we didn't forget the foodies who like their tea to have a temperature of concrete, for which we have thermometers or for those who have lost their infuser and need a ball infusora. Or those who like to take their preferred tea with them everywhere they go and that will be able to enjoy it with the thermos that may be found in the Aromas of Tea.

All this and much more will be what you find in this section of accessories of tea. A section that may well assist you to make a special gift to someone who likes tea and infusions, or who would you like to enter in that world.

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They are, without doubt, the most practical and convenient way to have a cup of tea or an infusion, we talk about the tisaneras, more commonly known as tea cups or mugs with filter. The same have been in use for centuries and have evolved with the passage of the years, unlike the tea, which, practically, is still taking the same as that from which it was discovered that you could make an infusion of the plant Camellia Sinensis, with all the properties that the same input depending on the type of tea you prepare with it.

Therefore, by the tradition they have, deserve a special mention that we devote more than a line to explain their origin, to speak of the varieties that exist or have some tips to choose the one that best suits your tastes.

But before proceeding to speak of all these aspects, I would like to ask two questions. The first: if we speak of a cup of tea, what image comes to your head? And the second: what is it that you like more of a tisanera?

If you think, while you think about it, I reply what I think of these questions: if I speak of a cup of tea or tisanera, I envision, not only the object, but the moment of pleasure that involves all days of the year, but especially those in which the body or the temperature does not accompany, drink the drink of gods well warm, which will warms the body and the soul.

That as to the first question, but if I wanted to reply to the second, I would tell you that the handle. Yes, because it is what allows me to securely and nice cup of tea, especially the days that it is cold and this allows my hands and therefore my body, come, little by little, into heat.

In reality, if you think about it, the two images are linked with each other. And, now, you're probably thinking: “but by what I have done to me these questions now.” Very simple, I want to tell you an anecdote, sure, surprise you as much as I did my first time and I'm still going on today.

If the second question you, like most people, you have responded to the asa, I will tell you that, interestingly, one of the things most characteristic of a cup of tea, that fit that, some call him, was the last element that is incorporated in the designs of the tisaneras and, today, however, we struggle to think of a bowl to drink tea, and without the need.

All of this is best understood if we take a few centuries back and we're going to review the origin and evolution of the tisaneras.

Origin of the tea cups

To speak of the origin of the tisaneras or cups of tea that we have traced back to the place of origin of the tea, that is to say, to China. And it was there, as it could not be otherwise, where they created the first. However, they had nothing to do with the way that they currently have, because then they were a sort of cuenquitos, very similar to those now used in China and known by the name of Zhong.

Neither had anything to do was the material with which they were developed. Today, the majority of the tisaneras are manufactured with porcelain, however, the first were made in mud. With the passage of time they began to use the clay, until finally it began to make porcelain.

The story puts the creation of the first tisaneras or clay bowls to drink tea during the Han dynasty (206 a.C. - 220 d.C.) or, at least, the first utensils for tea that have been found in China have been found in the tombs of the emperors of that dynasty.

One of the things that is known of the history of the tisaneras is that of China were used also in Korea and in Japan; later toured Persia and would not be until the late SEVENTEENTH century when they begin to be used in Europe.

One of the first things that were introduced in these early bowls or cups of tea, was the dish, so that the people who took the tea could leave to simmer, without burning, and without stain, until it was at the perfect temperature to take it. And, as I said at the beginning, the last thing that was incorporated was the handle, despite being, without doubt, the most personality given to this type of container for tea.

Today and, although as I said, in China and in Japan are still using a lot of bowls of tea, the rest of the world, the most extended of the tisaneras, is that of a vessel of porcelain, with handle, infuser and lid, which, by the way, also fulfils its function.

Yes, yes, yes. Each one of the elements of a tisanera, have their own function:

  • The glass, of course, to contain the liquid, but it is that, in addition, according to the material used, it retains it for a longer time the temperature of the beverage.
  • The handle, of course, to hold more comfortably the glass, but also to not burn yourself when you take a tea or hot infusion.
  • The infuser, provided that the holes are not especially large, for straining the tea leaves, and that, once removed, you can make your favorite drink without herbs.
  • The cap, to retain it for a longer time the heat, but also the aroma, the taste and properties of tea. In addition, of course, serve as a saucer to let your infuser, a turn pick.

Types of tisaneras

As I have already mentioned, today there are a lot of types of tisaneras, which can be grouped into the following groups:

  •  Tisaneras of porcelain: they are the most used along with the ceramic. This type of tisaneras support much better the change of temperature and are more resistant, although it all depends on the quality of the porcelain. The best are those that have thinner walls, but are also more expensive.
  • Tisaneras ceramic: this material also gives very good results and is more economical than porcelain, but they are also much more thick, that is to say, that it takes more material to make them resistant, especially in the handle, and this does not always like to all over the world.
  • Tisaneras glass: or, more, of a borosilicate, a type of glass resistant to temperature changes, which supports very well the heat and, therefore, has no risk of bursting if the water is too hot.

These are the types of tisaneras most used, but in Aromas of Tea, you'll also find:

  • Tisaneras of mud: these are known as singing bowls and chinese that are specially designed for those true lovers and connoisseurs of tea, for personal use or to take out on special occasions and to prepare matcha tea, emulating a tea ceremony.
  • Mug: this is one of our latest additions. Unlike the rest of tisaneras, these do not have a handle, but yes a zone of rubber thanks to which you will not be burned when your tea or infusion they are hot. This type of tisaneras can also be used for coffee.


Tips for choosing a tisanera

It is clear that for decantarte a cup of tea or another, the first thing you have to do is like: either on the drawings has, by design or, simply, because you have been called to our attention. But there are also other aspects that is important to keep in mind:

  • Your weight: the best thing is that it be lightweight, because the own content, that is to say, the tea because going to be given weight when the lame and if it weighs too much empty, will not be comfortable when drinking
  • The width of the handle: there are people who do not give importance, but the majority take the cup by the handle and, for this reason, it is more comfortable than it is wide, so that you can take the tisanera from the same, without problems.
  • The infuser: this is one of the most important points. Although you can substitute the one you like best, if a priori you are wearing one that fits the type of tea you drink, the better. So, there are the following types of infusores of tisaneras:
  • The ceramic: they usually have the holes fairly large, so it is ideal for teas, large leaf, such as green tea, white tea or black tea, but that is very cumbersome, for example, for tea type rooibos or for those who have very little children, as it is colarán by their holes and will be in the drink.
  • The porcelain is quite similar to that just described, although they tend to be somewhat more narrow holes
  • The steel: this type of infuser serves for all kinds of teas and infusions, and for this reason it is the most used. Always good to have one on hand so we can replace it for one that we don't like.
  • The crystal: that often accompany the tisaneras made with this material and that it also supports, quite well, all kinds of teas. The best of this type of tisaneras and infusores

So, yes, now you have all elements to choose the cup that best suits you or the person to whom it is you are offering.

Use and cleaning of the tisaneras

On this last point, I would not want to dwell too much, because I think that is pretty obvious, but it is true that never comes out of further mention certain tips or tricks when using a tisanera.

The usage is simple: insert the infuser in the tisanera and we take one or two tablespoons of coffee, to taste. Pour the hot water with the quantity that is desired (the ideal is that they are free to the extent corresponding to one or two fingers, and the rest is water), put the lid on and let stand the time that we ask for the type of tea that we have chosen.

Once hot, remove the lid and pulled out, without dumping the contents, the infuser at the plate, trying to drip as little as possible (we will try to drain all the water possible by lifting the infuser over the cup and letting go of the largest amount of infusion possible about it). In this way not mancharemos nothing and the remaining water left in the saucer.

At the time of cleaning, the majority of the tisaneras can be introduced into the dishwasher, both the cup, as the infuser and the cover itself. However, it is always more advisable to wash them by hand. To do this you can simply use soap and water or if you want a deeper cleaning, prepare a mixture with the following ingredients: a squirt of vinegar and a pinch of salt.

Then, take a clean cloth and drench it with that paste that you have prepared and wipe all the tisanera. Finally, wipe it off with water and soap and rinse.

Thermos Airtight

We know how much you like both the tea as infusions and rabies that gives you not being able to eat whenever you want and wherever you want. Because, acknowledge him: it is not the same tea that you can drink in a bar or on a machine, that you prepare at home with the varieties of Flavours of Tea! For this reason and because we love again managed to please you and be by your side whenever we need, we have incorporated on our on line store this new range of vacuum flasks, 100% antigoteos and of an excellent quality, with technology patented Autoseal.

You can buy the best vacuum bottles air tight in our site with very competitive prices.

You will not have to suffer by carrying the thermos in the bag or backpack and be aware of if you drop something or not. With these terms you warrant that, unless you are badly closed, it does not fall off anything! In addition, you'll be able to enjoy your favorite beverage warm throughout the morning (preserved perfectly the temperature between 4 and 5 hours), or, of course, if you like more, cold.

In addition, they don't weigh anything, so that you will not notice or realize that what you take with you and are very convenient to use and clean, since the technology with which it has been drawn up, the lid has also taken this factor into account. In fact, if you'd like, and for convenience, you can also wash in the dishwasher.

Enjoy your tea and by the day!

Utensils for the tea

In addition to cups and tisaneras in the house of a lover of tea and herbal tea there are certain utensils that you should never miss, if we want to have our drink always ready and to our liking. Therefore, in this section you will find all you need to do so.

Temperature gauges, ball infusion bag for tea or the pumpkin to take the mate, form part of the articles in this section.

Cans of tea, 100 grams

The cans of tea, in addition to being a beautiful motif of decoration, are the best places in a house to store the tea in the best conditions possible, whether we like to buy it in bulk or if we have it in sachets pyramid.

The cans of tea to protect from the humidity, as well as the variation of temperatures, or that they may fall another product on top, something very prevalent if the tea is in the kitchen, where it could be mixed with other products.

Aromas of Tea, we have undertaken a wide section with cans decorated with different motifs and sizes ranging from the smaller can, 25 grams, to the largest, of 130 grams.

Tins of tea 50 grams

The cans of tea, in addition to being a beautiful motif of decoration, are the best places in a house to store the tea in the best conditions possible, whether we like to buy it in bulk or if we have it in sachets pyramid.

The cans of tea to protect from the humidity, as well as the variation of temperatures, or that they may fall another product on top, something very prevalent if the tea is in the kitchen, where it could be mixed with other products.

Aromas of Tea, we have undertaken a wide section with cans decorated with different motifs and sizes ranging from the smaller can, 25 grams, to the largest, of 130 grams.

Tins of tea 25 grams

The cans of tea, in addition to being a beautiful motif of decoration, are the best places in a house to store the tea in the best conditions possible, whether we like to buy it in bulk or if we have it in sachets pyramid.

The cans of tea to protect from the humidity, as well as the variation of temperatures, or that they may fall another product on top, something very prevalent if the tea is in the kitchen, where it could be mixed with other products.

Aromas of Tea, we have undertaken a wide section with cans decorated with different motifs and sizes ranging from the smaller can, 25 grams, to the largest, of 130 grams.

Foam Cups

Put yourself in situation: 8 in the morning in a big american city; let's say that New York. A girl comes out of his house perfectly dressed and elegant, with a briefcase in one hand, while with the other calls a taxi. When you arrive in front of the drafting of the fashion magazine for which he works, stops, stops at a coffee shop of fashion and comes out at 2 minutes, with a coffee in the hand that you have served in a vessel of cardboard (not foam cups).

This scene, so typical of the comedies american is a lot more than usual today in any city in the world. Every day there are more establishments that serve coffee to go, especially first thing in the morning, mid-morning and early afternoon.

But there is another reality that is increasingly present: the companies that have coffee machines for their employees to be able to enjoy this delicious drink at the end of the day. Some of them are in the office, others in the own tables of the shipments.

Have these coffee machines at the disposal of the workers is a good idea: the person rises from their site, it clears and take a coffee or even a tea or chocolate (the coffee single-serve allow that variety it today) which is comforting during a time. However, what these machines can do is preserve for a long time the temperature of the beverage that the person wants to take.

However, that is something that yes you get the cups for tea or coffee foam; some products that arise from the idea of taking your coffee, tea or infusion down the street or in the office, as we quoted at the beginning of this text, but with the addition that they retain the heat or cold of the beverage inside of them.

As things are, matter little the calls unwelcome each time you put on a coffee at work, or emergency work when you just serve a cup of tea, or visits inappropriate when you decide to take an infusion or a hot chocolate, because the drink that you have chosen will retain its temperature for a long time. Welcome to well-being when you need it.

What is a glass thermal?

I am more than sure that you perfectly know what is a glass thermal, but in the event that there was someone that did not have clear or confound this term, for example, with vacuum flasks airtight, I would like to give a brief definition of what is a glass thermal.

As the terms hermetic, the glass also helps to keep the heat or cold of the beverage that get inside and do so for a long time, whether or not it has a lid. There are different materials and features, and the main difference with the thermos is that the former, as their name indicates, are designed to drink comfortably, usually in a fixed place (as it may be at home or in the office),while the terms are intended to maintain for hours the temperature of the beverage, while we, for example,to walk or travel.

In the case of the glass heat, which has a double layer, it will not matter what destapemos while we drink, because that will keep the temperature and not let the cold or hot outside influence in the drink (not, at least, if the glass is of quality).

What, then, to whom they are addressed to this type of product? What is certain is that for all the world, but it will come to great:

  • People who hate taking the coffee or tea, cold or temperate
  • For people who take these drinks while working
  • For those who like to keep your drink cold and not temple while the van is taking.
  • For the tardones that in the morning they rush out of the house without having a cup of coffee and have time to take it during your commute to work or school.
  • For students at exam time: while studying can go giving sips to the tea, coffee or infusion, and I sit in wonder, in addition to help them to unwind and even go into heat. There is nothing more unpleasant than to stay cold in front of a computer or some books.
  • For mothers and fathers who are always left with the coffee, the tea or the tea cold while giving you breakfast, lunch or dinner to their children, or while trying to dormirlos. If you laughed...and you will be sure that you know what I'm talking about!

Aren't you among the description of people who've just given, but you want one? Of course! At the end of the day, a glass of heat does not cease to be a glass of normal, but that has the characteristic of maintaining the temperature of the beverage for a longer time and don't let the outside temperature influence on the drink. If, in addition, this vase has a lid, nor will they enter the dust or other external agents that can be cast in our drink and that is so unpleasant.

In addition, if the cap just mentioned is airtight, it is ideal for those people who are somewhat clumsy, and that, on more than one occasion and without realizing it, pour the coffee or tea that they are taking, with what that implies for papers or office supplies that have then on the table.

History of foam cups

You already know that Aromas of Tea always feel curious about the origin of our products, so in this case we have also investigated to know at what point in time did the idea of creating a glass heat you know what has surprised us? The idea was born more than a century ago, namely, in 1891. Do you have an idea? We would have said that was a product of the 70's or 80's and...oh, what was our surprise!

But, eye! There is a trick on that date. Yes that is associated with the creation of the foam cups, but when created did not have a residential or commercial use, but is made for the storage of liquid gases in containers.

Well, the responsible of that today we have foam cups is the scottish physicist and chemist James Dewar, who worked at the Royal Institution of London. It was he who on the aforementioned date designed a device that could isolate the liquid oxygen in industrial quantities. A year later, in 1982, used covered containers vacuum in order to store liquid gases, in this way was born the glass thermal or “Dewar vessel, as explained in the web some culture. The current use, you know him as well as we do.

How and where to wash them

One of the questions that we often make is that of how to wash these vessels. In reality, it's like any cup or glass: it is ideal to wash them by hand, because that way it hurt less, but, in reality, all or almost all of the foam cups today can be washed in the dishwasher if you so desire.

Depending on the depth, there are also many people who use scouring pads elongated which are used to clean feeding bottles of children. In this case, what we recommend is that you do it with care, in the event that the material the vessel is made of glass. If they are made of ceramic or other material, do not have to give any problems.

Benefits of using foam cups

It is clear that the greatest benefit is that it has preserved for a long time the temperature of the beverage that we have tucked inside, but it is that, in addition, it also has psychological benefits for people who use it: if the coffee, tea, or the infusion are warm at all times....what a great pleasure! And if you keep the water cold...what a refreshment more enjoyable and healthy!

And now that you know all this, why not you dare to try them? Take a look at all you'll find in this section and if you take something of less or have any questions, just write us or leave us a message and we will respond shortly. I here the foam cups!


A good tea is the icing on the cake to a raw material of first quality - in this case, the tea or infusions prepared in the traditional way and with natural and organic products, no additives – and water without gas, from a good source and in the amount and temperature just, say sommeliers of tea, are the keys to prepare a good tea.

According to match in to explain all of them, or, at least, the vast majority, it's not worth any tea to develop a tea - being the porcelain preferred by them - but, for example, teapots made of porcelain are the best for extracting all the flavor of chinese teas and the less porous, for their part, are the most appropriate to produce teas of Indian background.

One of the things that coincide in pointing out the sommeliers of tea is that, in order not to mix the flavors and remove all of the essence of each of them when taken, shall not be used the same tea, at least not, if it has not been washed before (later we will explain how to do this).

So, you see, behind a teapot, there are many stories and secrets. Precisely, with the origin or the history of teapots we want to begin the next point. Do you accompany us?

History of teapots

Such is the importance and tradition of the tea in the tea processing, there are even historical, and that have great economic value, as is the case of tea of mud Yixing, one of the most famous in China, which was produced during the years of the Sung Dynasty (960 and 1279 our era).

Centuries later, specifically in the NINETEENTH century, would come to Europe, where he would make famous, but the quality of these last would not be the same as the original, because of the Sung Dynasty were made with the famous purple clay from the region of china Yixing.

You're probably thinking, “but there were no teapots in Europe up until that time?”. Yes, yes they existed, but they were not of that we speak, but in the SEVENTEENTH century, and from the hand of the Emperor Kang Xi, it would arrive to the old continent, known as the teapots of Yixing and that became especially famous in Portugal, Holland and Germany.

Such was the success of these kettles, that the evolution of the same in Europe was really fast. If at the beginning they were small, round, and from China, were the artisans English which, in view of the success of the same, they started to manufacture their own models, in a land where tea is also sacred: the business was insured.

And so it was: they left aside the mud, to make them in porcelain. A material that, as has been shown, it is best to prepare a good tea, according to the standards of experts in the field. In addition, although in the beginning represented in the same had the symbols mythological creatures chinese, little by little they were imposing the drawings, neoclassical and rococo.

Today, there are almost as many types and styles of teapots, such as tastes. However, preparing the tea in each one of them has nothing to see and, as we said at the beginning, the experts advise you to use one or the other, depending on the type of tea being prepared.

Types of tea

The list is broad but can be broken down into three large blocks: teapots according to your material and teapots according to their origin.

  • Material: although there are probably many more, the most demanded are those of porcelain, ceramic, iron and glass. Each of them has different characteristics, but all are perfect to prepare a good tea, always and when you take into account the elements that we mentioned at the beginning of this text: quality, quantity and temperature of the water; quality of the raw materials and the time to stop preparing and resting the infusion.
  • By its mode of use: in this section, the options are even greater, but the most sold are the powerfor their comfort; the induction by being the plates of cuisine that are more used in recent years and, finally, the plunger and the filter, for those who wish to prepare in a sophisticated way, but this shall not prevent also be easy to use.
  • Origin: as we have said so far, the tea pots began in China and are often of earthenware or porcelain, but it is not the only country where the tea part of the tradition, so that they are also very famous teapots japanese, which are of iron, bajitas, and oval; the arabs, which tend to be produced in steel and silver , and the of the India, which are usually of bronze.

How to choose tea

Just as each type of tea has specific characteristics, the same thing happens with the teapots. Why and also although you can do with them, simply due to the fact that you like a or a type of them in particular, what is true is that yes, there are certain aspects that you should take into account if you really want to make a good tea.

In the case that you are the people who, usually, take black tea or infusions, the most recommended option are the teapots of ceramic or porcelain. Why? Because it is the best preserved of the heat. Yes, when you go to take a tea or a hot infusion, I recommend first, that hot a little more water than you're going to need and, secondly, for you to pour a little of that excess water and already hot in the kettle, so it heats up and again to throw. The second time you throw the water, then, yes, that is the go to tea with the black tea or the infusion that you have chosen.

If you are more green tea or white tea, in this case, the teapots of glass are a good option, as it is teas that do not require that the water is kept at high temperatures. To do so, the tea could be damaged. Hot yes (70 degrees), but not to the temperature that you need to black tea (100 degrees).

And we got the teapots clay. These, unlike the two mentioned so far, could be for any type of tea, especially if we talk about those from the chinese region of Yixing, developed, as we have already said, in clay dwelling-place. That is why this type of teapots have been around the world, by the porosity of the same. Precisely, from this country, are the black teas and oolong that are prepared in this kind of teapots.

Teapots of cast iron, traditional in Japan, are ideal for green teas japanese, as the Sencha green tea or the teas of Three Years, Bancha and Kukicha. Are teapots that retain perfectly the heat, so that, as in the case of the teapots out of clay, they may also be used for infusions or black teas.

Cleaning of the kettle

What do you talk about how you should clean a teapot? Because what many people don't know is that, despite the strength of many of these teapots in which the material with which they are made is concerned, the conservation of their characteristics, are not so. But, oh, quiet! I'm not going to say anything complicated.

In fact, once more and as it happens in many aspects of the tea, the subject matter experts do not always agree, but what is certain is that many agree that the best thing to wash a teapot and keep it, it is rinsed off with just water. Why? The soap may leave residues and this is reflected in the taste of the tea.

One of the problems of the teapots is that, in general, the majority of people use hard water to make your tea (the water from the faucet, to understand each other) and they usually have traces of lime and other substances that make it necessary to use other products, but always natural.

For example, you can put some water on to boil, fill your teapot halfway and the other half filled with white vinegar and let it boil for 20 minutes, enough time for the tartar accumulated to evaporate.

You can do the same thing, but using lemon juice, which has very similar properties to the vinegar to clean the kettles or bicarbonate of sodium, with which you will make a paste along with the water. After this time, re-clean it only with water so that no traces of the baking soda.

Whatever your mode of cleaning, take care always of your tea and, of course, from time to incorporates some of the new teapots that we're proposing ;) !

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