Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser Was Inspired by a Korean Fairy Tale about A Woodcutter

Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser was one of Kikkerland Korea Design Challenge 2013 winners. It’s a unique axe shaped tea infuser that definitely make tea time more interesting. The design was inspired by a Korean fairy tale in which a woodcutter accidentally dropped his axe into the lake. You can use this little tool to infuse your beverage with not only tea, but also spices or fruits. It measures 1.875” x 3.875” x .625” and made of 100-percent stainless steel. We think the uniqueness of this tea infuser will grab everyone’s attention when you host an afternoon tea party.

Designer : Min Kyu, Hong [Buy It Here]

Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser by Hong Min Kyu

Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser by Hong Min Kyu

Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser by Hong Min Kyu

Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser by Hong Min Kyu

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One thought on “Kikkerland Fabled Axe Tea Infuser Was Inspired by a Korean Fairy Tale about A Woodcutter

  1. Ohh ! What a lovely idea you have shared. I just becoming a die hard fan of your site seriously. How you come to know just the best idea of each topic? I am really inspired by you. Thanks for sharing. And by the way i have also heard that story.

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