New Item: Easy Brew Kung Fu Tea Cups (15% Discount!)
We have a brand new tea cup at Shang Tea called the Easy Brew Kung Fu Tea Cup. This cup combines traditional materials and designs with a modern, easy way to brew tea.
Take a look at our webpage, www.shangtea.com/kung-fu-tea-cup to see a short video that we created about the cup and also to see the 16 different designs that we offer.
Then use the coupon code “steepster15” at checkout to receive 15% off on the cups through May 4th or use our monthly coupon code “spring10” to receive 10% off your entire purchase including all of our tea and teaware.
Thanks, and let me know if you have any questions!
Nice selection! Thank you for providing a discount!
Not a problem, and we love feedback so let us know what you think about the design, etc. Also, I hope you enjoy the tea you purchased, looks like it is arriving today :)
Oh I got it today then went right to the dentist for dental work lol
My mouth is still half numb so waiting to try it when I can FULLY enjoy!
Just not sure yet which one to begin with – they all look AMAZING! :)
Hope to get down to your location soon to visit!
Thanks for the coupon code, Shang!
I bought a cup very similar to this about a week back at a local Asian market, and am curious how they compare. So I have two questions:
1) About how much tea can you brew in one of these cups? These look a little bigger than my 12 ounce cup, which really only holds 9-10 ounces of water (guessing) once you take the infuser into consideration.
2) The ceramic infuser insert in mine has holes on both the side and bottom. However, in your video it looked to me that yours had only holes in the bottom (just from how quickly Nick pulled it out). Are there holes in the side of yours as well, and his kung-fu just happens to be better than mine?
Thanks for the questions!
1. These hold 12 oz total, but about 10 oz of displaced tea similar to the cups that you purchased at the Asian market.
2. The filter has holes on the sides and the bottom. I will take a picture and send a link later this afternoon.
Thanks and let me know if I did not answer those questions fully!
Dylan, not the best quality (we’re busy today at the shop!) but here is a quick picture I took of the holes in the filter: http://i1123.photobucket.com/albums/l558/ShangTea/PorcelainFilter.jpg
There are three sets of these holes on the side of the filter and then the holes on the bottom as well.