Teabags Designed To Look Like A Goldfish Is Swimming In Your Mug – Design You Trust

Teabags Designed To Look Like A Goldfish Is Swimming In Your Mug


Taiwan-based creative agency Charm Villa, have designed some limited edition tea bags in the shape of a goldfish.


Created using Japanese fabric and filled with Taiwanese tea leaves, the goldfish come to life, and show their real colors, when added to a cup of hot water.


Due to popular demand, the tea is often sold out, however there are some third-party sellers on Amazon.

h/t: contemporist

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