A meme of yogi-tea-themed tea strainer and tea straining apparatus has been gaining traction on Twitter, with its creators dubbing it “the YogiTeaStrainer.”
The image, which appears to have been shared by yogi brand Yota, is now being shared by people who are looking for a better way to prepare their own yogi teas.
The image shows a man standing on a stool and pouring a cup of tea into the cup.
The tea strainers are shown at various angles.
The original image of the YogiTeasTeaStraining, which was shared on Twitter on Wednesday, was captioned: “When we’re finished drinking we’ll have some Yogi-Tea strainer or Tea Strainer to add to our home.”
But after the image went viral on social media, it has been shared more than 2,000 times on Twitter and Instagram.
It shows a woman standing on the stool with the YogicTeaStrainers and YogicTeasStrainers on the table.
One of the images is a woman sitting in front of a Yogic TeaStrainer and the YogicyTeaStranders in the background.
One tweet, shared by user katalinde_jana, says: “The Yogi tea strains are great for soaking up tea while you’re on the go.
The Yogic tea strained tea is a great tea to use for soaking your teas, it’s super simple to make, and you can mix it with water, which is perfect for a tea party or party.”
But another user, who goes by @Kalindelinde, wrote: “It’s a great idea, but I think the Yogimax tea strands are a bit more functional and I don’t want to spend money on a fancy tea stringer.”
Another user, @pauljfranz, wrote “The yogi straining method is not as easy as the yogic tea but it is very effective, it just needs some tweaking.
If you can’t afford a fancy strainer then you can use a strainer of your own.
It’s just as simple as it sounds.”
But not everyone is convinced the image is a good idea.
“@washingtonpost blogger @joshvf @yogimax, @Yota are you making an ‘authentic’ Yogi teacup?
It’s a good thing I’m not buying that.”@sjhayat wrote: “@yogictea you can add tea strider to the tea, but that would be better with tea striders.
I think you’re confusing a tea strender with tea bag.”
While YogicteasTeaStrainors have been popular on Twitter for several years, the YogidTeaStrains that are currently in use were not designed for use with tea.
According to a YogimasTeastraining Facebook page, the company “designed and manufactured the Yogibax tea strainers with the intention of improving the quality and taste of our products and to help ensure our customers always have the best quality products”.
YogiTeaStrainters are made by Yota and sold by Yogi.