These glowing tea bags light up your table in lieu of a candle. The tricky part is that they have to be in contact with the water for it to give off its radiant glow.
These glowing tea bags sure beat the battery-powered candle I get at some of the super fancy restaurants I frequent. Take a look through the above gallery to see them in action.
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