Out Of My Cup, Nessie!: Loch Ness Monster Tea Infuser

February 1, 2016


This is the Baby Nessie Tea Infuser from OTOTO ($14). Previously: their Nessie ladle and kitchen strainer. The tea infuser is the smallest in their Nessie family of products. Me? I don't really drink tea too much because it makes me pee a lot and I don't like peeing a lot because I want to keep my pee muscles as strong as possible because if I'm going to live to be 400 years old it's important I'm not dribbling pee on the way to the bathroom at night. The hallway is all carpet. I'm really dehydrated.

Keep going for one more shot in case you're purchase decision depends on what Nessie looks like in an opaque cup.


Thanks to Stephanie B, who agrees its only a matter of time before every kitchen product is available as a Loch Ness Monster.

  • Munihausen


  • Netyro

    They should have made the neck extend out from the bottom piece and only the back a removable piece. The way the design is right now leads me to believe that if too much upward force is applied (acceleration, ie pulling it out of the cup too fast), only the neck and top piece would come off and the bottom would remain, spreading tea leaves and ruining your beverage.

  • Munihausen

    Judging by the appearance of the bottom portion of the "top" and the inner-lid of the top portion of the "bottom," I doubt it would come apart, especially considering you're going to have, what, 25g of tea in it, as well as the tea and the plastic infuser being buoyed by the water in the container.

    You'll be fine.

  • Martin Sjøstrand

    Because the way you plan to remove the dinosaur from your cup, is by putting a rope around its neck, and the other end of the rope on the back of your motorcycle. Having the rope just long enough, so that you can reach 160 mph, before the rope is stretched out, and it pulls the dinosaur up?

    I can see how that could be an annoying problem

  • Now I want some Darjeeling.

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