Ibrahim Guvendikler's Teacup Provides a Place to Discard Your Teabag

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 11, 2013 • References: tulpartasarim &
Without a saucer, you might be inclined to leave your teabag in your boiled water a little longer than you'd like. Ibrahim Guvendikler's Teacup is a quick and convenient solution to removing the loose leaf pouch from your beverage, ensuring that the brew does not become too strong.

His solution was to integrate a supplementary compartment into the design of the typical mug so that you can store the bag within it. This way, you don't have to leave your seat or settle for setting down the soggy sachet on your kitchen table.

Where you would usually find a looped handle, a slender box projects from one side of Ibrahim Guvendikler's Teacup. With an open top, it's the perfect size for accommodating a single infusion pouch. Stats for Clever Compartmentalized Mugs Trending: Older & Warm
Research: 16,654 clicks in 163 w
Interest: 3.8 minutes
Concept: Ibrahim Guvendikler's Teacup
Related: 86 examples / 66 photos
Segment: Neutral, 4-55+
Comparison Set: 31 similar articles, including: practical teacup pedestals, lighthearted holey teacups, and inset mug sleeves.