Where Do tea bags go to die?. Usually squashed on the side of the saucer next to the cup, or if you have a little less decorum the table will probably be just fine. Jonas Trampedach has been observing the behaviour of tea drinkers and has evidently been learning a lot. Consequently he has developed a solution to the bag dilemma that is as simple as it is ingenious. With the ‘Tea bag Coffin’, the drinker can tidily bury the bag under the cup and out of the way. RIP.
As long as the “house” for the tea bag is deep enough that the bottom of the cup won’t touch it, it’s OK. Otherwise, you’re dripping tea from the bottom of your cup from the saucer to your shirt.
Nov 25th, 2008 / 10:04 pm
I wish we had these at work. Can you believe people actually leave their tea bags on the counter or in the sink? Sheesh, people.
Nov 25th, 2008 / 10:23 pm
Use a teapot
Nov 26th, 2008 / 5:41 am
Where Do tea bags go to die? Usually in the garbage!
Nov 26th, 2008 / 8:24 am
Ha ha, the tea bag coffin! Thank god, because I am really annoyed at having to put a soggy tea bag on the table to just sit and leak throughout my entire meal. Good idea!
Nov 26th, 2008 / 10:33 am
Won’t work for fancy-schlanzy pyramidal tea bags…
Nov 26th, 2008 / 11:14 am
Soooo cute! I think the idea is clever and the design is perfect. Thanks for posting. I will be thinking of this later while drinking tea and disposing of tea bags in the non-romantic way.
Nov 26th, 2008 / 12:21 pm
Nov 28th, 2008 / 10:25 pm
Have you heard about Berne IN?
May 17th, 2009 / 4:53 pm