If you're well-heeled Star Wars fan who prefers to sip fancy tea rather than soft drinks or alcohol, ThinkGeek has the product for you. The company has announced an officially licensed Death Star tea infuser. If you are the tea drinking sort, you know what an infuser is. If you're like me you figured it out from the pictures of the device in use.
Basically, this is a round metal ball that looks like the Death Star. You place the tea leaves inside the mall, grab a hold of the Tie Fighter attached to the chain and dip it in your cup of hot water. The tea infuser will be available soon for $19.99.
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