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Now that we know how much milk goes in our tea, thanks to this handy color-coded mug, we can move onto other advancements in tea drinking.

If you’ve ever found yourself in a situation with a cuppa, a tasty biscuit, but no place to house your treat, these mugs with a “biscuit pocket” provide a solution.

You’ll never have to ask yourself or your host where you put your snack, nor would you be stuck awkwardly holding it.

It may seem impractical at first glance. The pocket only holds an entire biscuit, but we trust the treat will only last a few bites. The added space provides safekeeping until you’re ready for a nibble.

Here are a few choices:

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A convenient label is provided on the pocket. (Urban Outfitter)
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Does this come with a seatbelt? (Rediff)
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Oy! Don’t eat my cookie, I mean biscuit. (Vonpixel)
Cookie Monster? ... this may be a lost cause. (Etsy)
Cookie Monster? … this may be a lost cause. (Etsy)
If you're not a fan of crumbs, the pocket has another use. (Amazon)
If you’re not a fan of crumbs, the pocket has another use. (Amazon)

What kind of biscuit goes best with your tea choice? 

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Filed Under: biscuit, Tea
By Brigid Brown