- Product Details
A gorgeous gift that’s sure to be any lucky recipient's cup of tea, this fun and funky Happy Tea Man Infuser & Personalised Mug is great for anyone who loves a good brew.
Brilliant for a birthday, cracking at Christmas or fabulous for Father's Day, this thoughtful token of affection will remind your lucky loved one how much they mean to you every time they have a cuppa.
Taking the form of a happy chap, the infuser itself has an easily removable and secure leg compartment where the tea leaves or infusions can be added.
When you then pop the happy tea man into a cup or mug of boiling water, he'll then look every inch like a holidaymaker enjoying a dip.
Speaking of mugs, you can also choose to add a superb personalised mug to turn this into a glorious gift set.
Plenty large enough for the infuser, the white mug boasts a fun tea drinking face design, which can then be followed by fully personalised text of your own choosing.
- Available as infuser only or infuser and personalised mug set
- A fun gift idea for any occasion
- Hangs neatly inside mug, cup or glass.
- Perfect for tea and Infusions
- Easily removable and secure compartment
- Hand-wash recommended only
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- Delivery & Returns
The estimated delivery date for your order depends upon the delivery method you choose.
Please allow 1 - 5 working days for production (excluding weekends and bank holidays) before it's dispatched from our warehouse.
Please note that production time frame may be little longer during peak times such as Christmas.
2nd Class Mail:
Sent via 2nd Class Royal Mail: £3.99.
The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days.
1st Class Mail:
Sent via 1st Class Royal Mail: £4.99.
The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days.
Next Working Day (currently not available)
Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday, sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
Saturday (currently not available)
Orders received by 2:00 pm, sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
The delivery timescale is approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch: £9
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Wednesday, 13 November 2019 (by Christine Mackinnon)