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Cool Wares for Coffee and Tea

CAFÉ SOCIETY: Give your guests a jolt with these stylish glasses, mugs, teaspoon sets, and more

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Hip to a T

“I drink iced tea with breakfast, especially during the summer months. Good blends don’t require any sweeteners or lemons to make them palatable.”
—Tim Mazurek, Oak Park–based food blogger (lottieanddoof.com)


Intelligentsia Organic Coffee & Tea King Crimson tea

A berry-infused blend for brunch: Intelligentsia Organic Coffee & Tea King Crimson tea, $11 for 6 oz., at intelligentsiacoffee.com



Takeya iced-tea maker

Takeya iced-tea maker, $40, at Argo Tea Café, 550 N. St. Clair St.; 312-546-4790, argotea.com.



Iittala wooden tray

Iittala wooden tray, $155, by request at I.D. Chicago, 3337 N. Halsted St.; 773-755-4343, idchicago.com.



Michael Aram for Waterford ice bucket with tongs (not pictured)

Michael Aram for Waterford ice bucket with tongs (not pictured), $225, at Bloomingdale’s Home and Furniture, 4 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook; 630-974-4300, bloomingdales.com.



Anthropologie iced-tea spoon set

Anthropologie iced-tea spoon set, $14, at Anthropologie, 1780 Green Bay Rd., Highland Park; 847-681-0200, anthropologie.com.



Kuhn Rikon paring knife

Kuhn Rikon paring knife, $10, at Sur La Table, 55 S. Main St., Naperville; 630-428-1110, surlatable.com.



Norway Says for Muuto glasses

Norway Says for Muuto glasses, $49 for set of three, at Design Within Reach, 1574 N. Kingsbury St.; 312-482-8661, dwr.com.


Photography: (tea) Anna Knott; (all others) Courtesy of vendors


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