Within the double walls of these lightweight glass cups, tea appears to float. More than merely an artful touch, the design insulates and eliminates condensation (and the need for coasters), making these glasses among the most pleasant and practical to use for hot or iced tea.
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
The best ever tea and sipping cup
March 23, 2013
lee summit, MO
If you love great tea, try the blueberry hibiscus loose leaf, and to make your experience perfect, try relaxing and sipping from this wonderful parvina double-wall glass cups.
February 03, 2013
These glasses are perfect for serving hot tea without burning your fingers on the glass. The double-wall construction keeps the tea warm while enjoying it sip by sip. They do seem delicate, but so far I haven't broken them!
January 08, 2013
I love these! Microwave & dishwasher safe, no water rings - what's not to love?
January 04, 2013
OK. I just went to the kitchen for more "research". I noticed that the RepOfTea teas instruct one to use 6 oz of water per tea bag. That is perfect for the smallest cup (advertised as 9oz). In fact, 6 oz is what I came up with as the amount that an adult without balance problems would consider quite comfortable to carry in the "9 oz" cup while walking across the room. 6.5 oz in a stretch!
Less than 8 oz comfortably
January 04, 2013
I just recv'd these today along with some other sizes from RepOfTea. I poured 8 oz of water from a measuring cup into the cup. In some faraway world, this cup holds 9 oz. It does not even hold 8 oz comfortably for a walk across the room. However, I love it so far. I am currently drinking a cold glass of water from it. Slightly unfortunately, I bought it because I was hoping with the "9 oz" msrmnt advertised that it would easily hold the 8 oz required for the perfect amount of water required for a single bag of tea. Hmmph.
They come two-by-two and I bought 3 different sizes. I plan to review those after I have had a chance to use all of the cups/glasses for a few months.