A highly practical 2-in-1 bamboo tea tray and storage box. It's the perfect size to store your tea cake and when you take out the tray, you can start prying off a piece of tea right away. The open corner allows you to conveniently shove the tea into your teapot to start brewing. Made from 100% natural bamboo. Learn More$38.95 As low as: $36.95
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If you're a very visual person, you'll love to store your tea leaves into this little clear glass tea container. A beautiful small tea container for storing your favourite loose leaf tea and dry herbs: smell-free & with airtight bamboo lid. Learn More$9.95 As low as: $7.95
An Yixing tea caddy fully manually made by female tea artist Fan Jingrong. Enjoy the features of authentic Long Xue Sha (Red Dragon clay) that doesn't only keeps your tea fresh, but its extra breathability also removes unpleasant aromas! Size: approx. 9.5x7 cm (4.5x3.5 inch). Baked at 1160 ºC (2120 ºF). Learn More$49.95
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Looking for some loose tea storage ideas? Then this page will let you gain lots of inspiration. Storage requirements for tea are strict and therefore it's important to learn about the different ways to store it. On this page you'll find many different products that you can use to store your tea including storage jars, containers, canisters and boxes.
You're a very visual person and you love to see the dry tea leaves? Then our glass storage jars are great and absolutely smell-free. However, do keep in mind that you shouldn't expose it to direct sunlight. The safest way is to put the jar in a cabinet when not in use.
Most of the products you find on this page protects your tea from moist and bad odors. The lids of most of our tea storage canisters are airtight and keeps your loose tea as fresh as when they're harvested.
Besides glass tea storage ideas, we're also offering tea storage products made from bamboo. Compared to glass, bamboo isn't smell-free, but the natural fragrance is highly compatible with some more oxidized oolong and pu erh teas. They're also not as airtight as the glass containers, but in contrast to white and green teas, the more oxidized teas can use some air circulation.