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1.A boba tea light because I know you're always looking for any excuse to treat yourself to bubble tea. Well, might as well get it in lamp form too. It's so realistic, the boba moves around inside!
2.An earring set of cats and teacups and cats in teacups for the tea fan but also the cat fan and everyone in between.
3.A super cute tea-themed enamel pin to decorate your favorite jacket or backpack and show off your tea love to the world. I mean, how adorable is Boba-saur?!
4.A round literary tea tin for a bookish way to enjoy your tea. The tins will have your favorite author on it, an accompanying quote by them, and are filled with a blend of loose leaf tea that reflects the author. There's 48 authors to choose from! There's a pretty Disney princess version too!
5.A bubble tea kit if you're A) missing your daily dose of boba because of quarantine, B) don't live near a boba shop, and C) have wanted to make it at home yourself. Now's your chance!
6.Or, if you want to take it a step further and flavor it — a Thai boba iced tea kit! It comes with the tea powder, tapioca pearls, and fat straws to sip it with. Being stuck at home is about to get lit.
7.A Harry Potter–inspired tea because what else is better than having a butterbeer-, dragon's blood-, or wolfsbane-flavored tea when you're stuck home? Drink it out of your Hogwarts cauldron mug while you start your Harry Potter marathon this weekend.
12.An Indian chai tea kit if you love chai and want the authentic taste of spices in your tea, just like from the famous tea stalls in India. They include star anise, cardamom, cloves, Ceylon cinnamon, and more. If you're a green tea person, the herbal tea kit has varieties from Japan, India, and Sri Lanka, with soothing herbs like rose, sencha, calendula, and blue mallow!
13.The Book of Tea by Kakuzō Okakura, a quiet and lovely book that explores Japanese tea culture in relation to Zen, Taoism, and Japanese life, and the influence and role tea has played in Japanese society, and still plays today. It's a great addition to a tea-lover's shelf!
14.A tea drop sampler of dissolvable tea drops if you're in a hurry or too tired to deal with tea bags, tea leaves, steepers, and other tea accessories. This makes tea-drinking quick and easy!
15.A tea subscription box for a perfect vintage-style teatime experience: it combines tea with a vintage-style china teacup, saucer, and plate, biscuits, a book, and an extra themed gift straight from England! You can enjoy all the charm of sipping afternoon tea in an English country garden.
16.Or, if that's not your thing, try a Sipsby tea subscription: it's personalized and tailored to your preferences so you'll always get something you'll like. It's also affordable and you can choose from loose-leaf or bagged, day-themed or night-themed!
18.A boba tea AirPods case for an adorable way to protect and carry your AirPods around and with much more personality than your regular ol' plain one.
19.A lovely-scented candle to pair with your evening tea for a peaceful experience. This soy candle smells like lilies with a touch of rose, amber, and musk.
20.An elegant heart-shaped pewter tea strainer with an accompanying rest to hold it and keep drips from getting on your table. It's hand-cast, inspired by vintage kitchenware, and both functional and graceful!
21.An Innisfree Green Tea Hydrating Sleeping Mask that'll boost hydration with Jeju Island green tea and amino acids, provide antioxidant protection and keep environmental stressors out for bright supple skin in the morning. Tea is good for your face too!
22.A sweet boba tea keychain that also lights up — this'll be your little boba buddy wherever you go.
23.A "Tea from Around the World" set that allows you to sample a variety of global flavors from Long Jing to Genmaicha so your taste buds can travel even if you can't.
24.A gorgeous book-shaped tea tin based on your favorite novel to store your teas or, if you so choose, the tins even include a tea blend of their own! They even have fun names like "Anise in Wonderland" and "The Picture of Earl Grey."
25.An online course to learn about the art and science of the Chinese tea ceremony for a new way to have and appreciate tea in your life. It even guides you to practice your own tea ceremony the proper way. This course is also International Tea Academy-certified!
You, ready with your cup, the moment you finish reading this: