Ok, we've all been there, standing in the kitchen waiting for the brew to finish only to find the string from the tea bag has floated to the bottom of the cup.
There's a few methods you can apply and one of them usually involves burning the tips of your fingers while you flick for the paper on the end of the string.
Not anymore, thanks to this funky little cup design from Samir Sufi - it's a simple cup but the real genius comes in the little channel that's cut to hold the tea bag string in place.
The cup also allows the user to squeeze the bag by simply pulling on the string.
A simple solution to sinking tea bags strings.
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