Introducing the Tea Book: A fun new way to organize your hot drinks!

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Do you have a mess of teas in your house? We did for the longest time! My husband is a big fan of tea – especially to serve our guests on Shabbat afternoon. He likes to have lots of different flavors and brands.

Which means that our “tea cupboard” is overflowing with tea goodness.

Enter the Tea Book, co-designed and created by the son of a dear friend of mine. It is a fun, innovative solution to tea storage – which any tea-loving family will appreciate.

Entrepreneurs Noah Bleich and Jeffrey Berman designed and developed The TeaBook earlier this year and are currently launching it on Kick Starter.

Its innovative design allows users to store, share, and serve tea – all from one neat book. Even better, it takes up almost no room – so we suddenly gained almost an entire cabinet. And of course, it’s a fun conversation piece, which all of our Shabbat guests have enjoyed as well.

Screen Shot 2016-05-26 at 5.28.33 PM Noah credits his late mom for helping him to develop a prototype, but says that the team improved on the original TeaBook concept by creating a product that’s green. It’s made of recycled and recyclable materials.

The team’s next goal is to manufacture the product in the United States.

According to Jeffrey, “We’ve secured a commitment from our manufacturer that if we meet our Kickstarter stretch goal, they will move the manufacturing process from China to the United States. That means better control over the labor and environmental implications of the manufacturing process.”

Also unique to the Kickstarter campaign — which ends in just six days — is that it includes access to the company’s exclusive line of fine teas “Collect-Teables”. These literary-inspired varieties, such as ShakeSpearmint and AgathaChrisTea, come packaged in an artistically drawn foil that, of course, fit perfectly into The TeaBook.

The TeaBook and Collect Teables are available for purchase on Kickstarter through the end of the month. (A $30 pledge will get you your own TeaBook!)

Check it out and let me know what you think!

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  1. michal sherman says:

    How about a nice tea box ? Seems to me the book is way more time to fill. Every few weeks or as needed just fill the box. I have a box and it works for me.

  2. A box is a better option than stacking boxes, that’s for sure. But a box won’t hold as many teas, is generally heavier, takes up a lot of counter space, and only lets you see a handful of varieties. I keep my go-to every day tea in the original container but have all my specialty teas and varieties that I share organized in my TeaBook. But then again, as a co-creator of the product I am biased. 🙂

    I agree with you generally that no one NEEDS The TeaBook. But I also think it is pretty awesome for sharing and organizing tea — and makes a great gift.

  3. Shulammis says:

    I like this idea! I think I’ll order one for my son and his future wife as a wedding present! I hope I can get it personalized for them, too 🙂

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