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Teabags which go snap, crackle & pop when you place them
in water. Simple as that, because I just want some.
||Perhaps they could make a noise when the tea is brewed? That would be handy. Many is the time I have doused a tea bag in boiling water only to forget about it, and return when it has the consistency of treacle.
||[waugsqueke] Raises an interesting point, though - you
could have a complete breakfast-in-a-sachet which
combines your cup of tea (or coffee) and your breakfast
cereal in one handy serving. Useful for those bleary
uncoordinated mornings. If only it brushed your teeth,
||[Lemon] Two suggestions: One, the snapping and crackling
just stops when the tea is brewed, or Two: with one
almighty final "Bang!" the teabag is catapulted out of the
cup in to your trash.
||Like the idea, but would resist
being told when, my tea is brewed.
I know when my tea is brewed -
||Actually, what you can do to see this is have a cup in the freezer, remove it and pour hot liquid into it. It is highly recommended that
a)the cup not be an antiquity
b)saucer be present and underneath cup
c)that this be done over a formica or tiled surface
d)linoleum or tiled floor beneath.
e)one spit out chunks of cup while sipping tea frum saucer and remnants of cup.
||Regarding the crispy, crinkly sound, I've wondered why the Boil-n-bag plastic product isn't adapted to tea brewing. I haven't drunk the water after boiling rice, but boil-n-bags do produce a fluffy steamed rice.
I'm getting truly hungry dwelling on this