As most tea lovers know, one cup is never enough. The aroma, the taste, the ritual — tea drinking is a powerful experience and it’s best enjoyed with a quality cup. But there are tons of options … handles, no handles, big, small, glass … which one is best?
First, let’s uncover the difference between teacups and tea mugs. A teacup is on the smaller side and it’s usually used in formal settings. Think tea parties or tea ceremonies. Tea mugs are just likecoffee mugs, and a little bigger thanteacups (usually at least 8oz). And they’re great for daily or casual use.
To find the perfect size cup or mug for your tea, look to your teapot for cues. Smaller teapots call for smaller teacups. Bigger brews with strainers are best for bigger tea mugs.
Tea mugs are also crafted from different materials.
Some tea lovers prefer tea mugs because of the subtle taste difference. Most tea mugs don’t hang on to tea aromas and flavors. So each tea mug is as fresh as the one before it.
Alternatively, some tea lovers prefer mugs because of how they feel in their hands. Tea mugs are heavier than teacups, and we associate heaviness with quality.
Yes! All VIVA cups and tea mugs available on the store