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That’s No Moon, It’s a Death Star Tea Infuser

by Conner Flynn
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If you want to make the best cup of Imperial tea ever, forget tea bags. You need to soak a Death Star in your cup. A Death Star filled with sweet fragrant tea leaves. This silver space station may not shoot lasers at Alderaan, but it will infuse hot water with tasty (and evil) tea.

Death Star Tea Infuser is the ultimate power in your tea cup
I love the TIE Fighter at the end of the chain. I can easily see Grand Moff Tarkin making his tea with this and relaxing in his quarters. Until Vader disturbs him with the latest problems of course. Of course, depending on how long you let it steep your tea can be either on the Light Side or the Dark Side.

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It’s the best tea infuser ever, and is available for $19.99(USD) from Thinkgeek. It will make tea time a very special geek time.

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