By Tay Home
3/12/15 - 4:05 pm
Enhance your tea drinking experience with authentic tea glasses that allow for a deeper appreciation of a tea blend's flavor and beauty.
The tulip-shaped Turkish glass with handle is transparent so one can enjoy the color of the tea.
Delicate Persian glasses (sold in pairs) are referred to as "kamar bareek" or small-waisted women.
Ornate and colorful Moroccan glasses make tea drinking a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. They are perfect for wine, too!
Visit TayTea.com for an abundant offering of tea glasses and teaware to make your tea drinking experience a feast for all of the senses.
"Conversations without tea are like the night sky without the moon." — Turkish folk saying
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