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Do you have a tea "space"?

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my tea has a whole shelf in my cabinet close to my stove and fridge altho my cadbury chocolate bars are renting space from my tea space :) my kettle lives on my warmer zone on my stove top. we only use the warmer zone when we entertain as only my mom and 1 friend drink coffee the rest are tea drinkers. (i did buy a coffee maker for when my mom comes over because i am a momma’s girl lol) we always boil right then and there for a cuppa. i also use the drip tray from the IngenuiTEA for my used tea leaves so i can do re-steeps :)

Cofftea said

I use the drip tray too, when I want to make something else then go back to my 1st leaves, otherwise I just leave them in there.

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Linda said

My kettle is at the ready too. I leave to the right of my stove.

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Cofftea said

We have a TINY kitchen and since I don’t have the height/reaching ability most do, I cram what I can into every available square inch of space:)

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Tamara Fox said

Yes, I have a tea space. It used to be one shelf in my glass cupboard. Now it’s the entire left side of the cupboard, plus part of a shelf in my pantry, and the tea is still outgrowing its space and pushing my glasses into piles ;-) I have tea tins, tea cups and tea pots – each on their own shelf. Tea accessories share the shelf with the tea tins. Extra tea cups are in the pantry, and my BREWT and Yixing cups are squeezed in.

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Janefan said

I have a three-shelf baker’s rack to the side of my cupboard to hold tea, teapots, spoons, sugar, etc. It’s not ideal thought, because it is next to a window (I keep most loose tea on the bottom, more shaded shelf). Also since it’s open-air, it attracts dust. I keep the mugs and teacups in a cupboard, and just put decorative tea cups and pots on the shelf. I really wish I had more counter/cupboard space in my kitchen!

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PeteG said

Now that I have enough space to store my loose tea…I have to make a ’special’place to store my pu-erh cakes…I am looking at creating a ‘space’ just for tea and tea appreciation “ceremonies” hey…I am not getting too esoteric…just pour me another will yah?! But, seriously, I am working on a space for my tea and possibly a book and some music…

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Keemun said

Even it might be a luxurious thing to have…but I am using my house bar to 80% for my teas. The 20% alcoholic berverages help to accomodate the teas…whisky, rum, gin…

Lynxiebrat said

LOL. I love that idea, and since I don’t really drink I would keep probably all my teas there along with the kettle.

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My bedroom is in the basement of my family’s house, so my tea space is in my room. Tea storage is a large (floor to ceiling, and about 5’ wide) bookcase, and my brewing station is currently a bar table (with stools) that I’m storing for a friend.

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Nik select said

Awesome! I’m still working on mine, hope to have it done and post a photo within the next few days.

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wow!! so far I have my kettle and a few tins on my kitchen counter Time to move the Tasimo as I drink more tea now than coffee

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