The Nordic Mug from DAVIDsTEA

The Nordic Mug

We think good design is a big part of great taste. Our favorite teas taste even better out of a good looking cup. Which is why we created this elegantly simple everyday mug. We wanted it to be clean, modern and sturdy. To hold a lot of tea without feeling clunky or oversized.

And we like to think we nailed it. With a stainless steel infused and a lid that doubles as a saucer, this one is all in good taste.

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  • “BIG MUG! 16oz / 463ml! I got the spiffy Brenton Navy Octopus design (spring 2014 design) which is very attractive and tentacled. The mug is taller than I thought it was, from pictures online....” Read full review
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    awkwardsoul 1017 tasting notes
  • “The Nordic Mug's from David's Tea are very cute. I saw the whale one and my 'must have that mug' alarm went off. However seeing it was a Nordic Mug, I did not even consider it. I'm really...” Read full review
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  • “I walked into Davids Tea. I was going to buy a perfect glass mug, until I took a closer look and realized it seemed a bit... Delicate(I don't want to say cheap). So I took a look at the other mugs....” Read full review
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BIG MUG! 16oz / 463ml! I got the spiffy Brenton Navy Octopus design (spring 2014 design) which is very attractive and tentacled.

The mug is taller than I thought it was, from pictures online. Handle is big and easy to hold, the mug isn’t thick so is easy to sip from.

What I didn’t like is now I have 3 perfect tea infusers. I don’t think I really need anymore and wish I could just buy the mug on its own. The nordic mug came with a bigger infuser than the Perfect Tea Mug’s infuser, and I’m probably going to use this new tea infuser more.

Full review on my blog, The Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.com/nordic-mug-davidstea-oolong-owl-teaware-review/

Anna

“Very attractive and tentacled”! I’m in love!

Marzipan

Did you see those awesome tentacle mugs that someone linked on Reddit? It was a guy who linked his tea set up.

Awkward Soul

This one? http://i.imgur.com/AJ7OpfB.jpg swooon! Hopefully the potter will have some up for sale soon.

Anna

Those are SO PRETTY.

Marzipan

Yes they are so neat!

Suziqzer

Oh.. I could always use more infusers, but then again, I’m still pretty much a newbie and only have a couple. Hopefully one day I’ll feel like you about it. Maybe they should offer them at a small discount w/o the infuser.

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The Nordic Mug’s from David’s Tea are very cute. I saw the whale one and my ‘must have that mug’ alarm went off. However seeing it was a Nordic Mug, I did not even consider it. I’m really disappointed in the Nordic mugs. They are really expensive first off, but when you need to have a mug, it doesn’t matter in this price point right? My real issue is the bottom. For me, it feels tippy. I don’t know why, but I feel like if someone bumps it at all it will spill. So until the bottoms are flat, I’m out, which sucks because the size is right. On the flip side to that, the ‘Perfect’ Mug isn’t perfect either – its too small. Put the base on the Perfect and leave the Nordic flat, and I’m a happy camper David’s!

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I walked into Davids Tea. I was going to buy a perfect glass mug, until I took a closer look and realized it seemed a bit… Delicate(I don’t want to say cheap). So I took a look at the other mugs. “I’ll just get a normal perfect mug”. Then, at the end of the display I see this beauty – something I haven’t seen on the Davids Tea site. White is my favorite color, so seeing this variation of the perfect mug in white was awesome. (Not to mention, I’m Nordic).

When I got home, I brewed a cup of my new Kokomo green. I over brewed it a bit, so it was a tad bitter. The strainer breaks into two pieces, as with any perfect mug, so you have to pour the water slowly over the tea leaves. Other than that however, this rare perfect mug variation really is perfect.

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