Besides introducing new lines of products and sweets to the Tea n Stuff tea shop in Caboolture, we also love to share what we find online. This is the place to go if you would like to find out what we have to offer at Tea n Stuff, the nicest cafe in Caboolture.
Who are we?
Tea n Stuff is an online shop and a tea shop / cafe that specialises in brewing you a great cup of your choice. It can be difficult to find a cafe that does everything, but in Caboolture we are proud of our diverse selection in good tea and a great coffee bean. We also sell brewing accessories, and tea sets which you can use to feel rather fancy.
Borosilicate Teapot for one set
Range of Temperature: under 500°C safe, and can stand momentary temperature change (-20° to 150° degrees) Material: borosilicate-glass also called pyrex glass or thermos glass. Eco-friendly, non-toxic Expansion coefficient: 3.3 ,durable and heat resistant High transparency than traditional glass,will not become cloudy over time. Crafts: 100% handmade Mouth-blown, lab-quality borosilicate-glass construction Design: round shape,antique design,with warmer and glass infuser, heat […]
Holly Lasseter Small Melamine Tea Tray in Pomegranate and Red Berry Design
A classic Holly Lasseter pomegranate and red berry design on a beautiful, petite melamine tray. With deep curved edges, her designs are inspired by the natural world, flowers, fruit, vegetables and insects. Perfect for taking a cup of tea and a biscuit. Dishwasher safe Dimensions: 220mm x 145mm
Artcraft Moka Coffee/ Tea Glass Set
260ml Moka coffee/ tea glass, set of 6. Heat Resistant Glass, made in Bulgeria.
Caroline Gardner – Ditsy – Large Serving Bowl
This gorgeous melamine serving bowl featuring the popular “Ditsy” design by Caroline Gardner would look fantastic in kitchen. It would also be a handy addition to take with you when camping.
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