Drinking tea is incredibly popular around the world, but it’s not really as glorified as drinking coffee, at least not until now. The first tea humidor in the world was created by Åsa Eriksson-Ahuja and her Lotusier company, and it is currently available for pre-order for about $8,750. The product was created entirely by hand using sycamore wood, and it impresses with chrome fittings. It protects precious tea from heat, air, moisture, and light in order to allow it to preserve its flavor.
The humidor was endorsed by Madame Yu Hui Tseng, who is one of just 10 masters of the Chinese Gungfu tea ceremony. There are five different designs in total, each inspired by tea-drinking countries. There’s enough space inside for about 70 grams (2.4 ounces) of loose-leaf tea in four to six crystal containers, which prevent the flavors from blending.