Known for giving a certain style to a number of kitchen items it seems the Danes are at it again with this designer team strainer.
Called the Tea Egg this nifty little kitchen gadget is made from silicone and the long handle makes it easy to get out of the pan once the tea is brewed.
Deigned by the Danish studio Made by Makers, the tea egg comes in a range of six colors and offers something a little different when it comes to brewing up.
The Tea Eggs cost 14 euros and are available on the Normann Copenhagen website.
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