How to keep te a warm for longer?

By September 13, 2019


Tea is not only an important part of food culture but also an effective way to eliminate free radicals, because tea contains many antioxidant substances and antioxidant nutrients. Normally speaking, drinking three or two cups of tea every day can help to prevent aging. In addition to that, tea contains a variety of vitamins and amino acids, which will make people full of energy as well.

Please imagine this, after long day work you sit on the couch with a nice and tasty cup of tea and ready for an evening of sipping and meditation. What a pleasant night would it be!

However, it would be an annoying thing if the cup of tea you place on the coffee table cools off quickly. Well, don’t worry. Here below are some practical solutions for keeping your tea piping hot so as to extend your perfect night.

1, Put on ‘clothes’


Certainly, there’s always some traditional tea “clothes”. In winter people often wear sweaters and down jackets to keep warm, so maybe the cup of tea in your hand also needs one. If you’re creative and good with your hands, you can even knit your own cozy with any number of beautiful patterns on the internet. Otherwise, you can just buy a piece of cloth from a store or the internet which will be more time-efficient.

2, Use a teapot


In order to keep hot tea all the time, the easiest way is to have the teapot containing water heating up all the time. In this way even if your tea cools off, you can always turn to the teapot to add more hot water and back to enjoy your beautiful night. The boiling teapot can even steam the tea flavor filling up your room.

Another classic method for keeping tea hot engages a small metal apparatus with an electric heater or other heating elements underneath. You light the candle, then you place your mug or teapot on top to keep things nice and toasty. These days, you can also get electric warmers that sit on your desktop like a coaster. Super convenient!


In this article, we mentioned three practical methods that may help you warm your hot water long enough to enjoy your tranquil night. The last two may cost a little money but the convenience it brings will definitely pay you back.

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