Origami Bird Tea Bag

Last autumn I remember seeing a novel idea of packaging tea in a bag that had been folded into a graceful origami bird. Recently a friend came across the link and sent it to me (sadly no longer available), thinking I might be interested. Yes, I was! I enjoyed scrolling through the many comments from around the world that had been left in the intervening time - there are lots of tea enthusiasts out there.

Although the Russian designer, Natalia Ponomareva, hasn't posted that she's found someone to produce and market the tea bags (the box was just a prototype), with any luck origami birds will soon be winging their way into our teacups.
Ann Martin
Ann Martin

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Comments

  1. They're beautiful. Half the pleasure in drinking tea is the ritual of it, and these lovely origami birds would lift tea bags into a whole new experience.

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  2. This is fun!! I love flowering tea - and watching it bloom...and this is equally as delightful.

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  3. I love them. It looks so pretty floating in the cup.

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  4. I might even start drinking tea if these became available!

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  5. This comment has nothing to do with the blog entry but I wanted to say something to you which was this:

    Thanks Ann! You don't know how awesome I feel that you visited my blog!I visited yours and also saw the video on making Poinsettias and was and am convinced that you are amazing.It's an honour that you visited.

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  6. So glad you all share my enthusiasm for the bird bag. :-)

    Sumi, it was my pleasure! Thanks for your kind comment.

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  7. Such an elegant way to have tea! I hope she works it out so we all can enjoy them also!

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  8. What an excellent idea! They would make such a beautiful gift!

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