Kati Cup Brew Mug

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Everything is in one spot with a Kati Cup, including double-walled 12 oz. cup, stainless steel infuser, and matching ceramic lid to conserve heat. After brewing a cup of your favorite loose-leaf tea, place the infuser on the lid for a convenient drip catcher. Dishwasher and microwave safe, the only remaining question is which fabulous design of the Kati Cup Brew System is perfect for you!

Multiple styles available. Item picture may not reflect current stock. Please call the store for more information

Instructions for use:
1. Place infuser in the cup, and fill infuser with Happy Lucky’s tea.
2. Fill cup with water and infuse tea. (refer to Happy Lucky’s brewing instructions).
3. Remove infuser, place on underside of lid, and enjoy! Spec’s: Material: Ceramic, stainless steel infuser
Size: (of box) 5.8”H, 3.6”L, 3.6”W
Volume: 12 oz.
Design: Noir, Cherry Blossom, Spring Grass, Birdsong, Birch Forest, Green Leaves, Lotus, Poppy Fields
Dishwasher safe: Yes
Microwave safe: Yes

Leafster Recommendations: China Jasmine Silver Needle, India Malty Assam, Rooibos Vanilla

NOTE: Please call or email for up-to-date design availability. If you order we will call you with design choices.

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