A new type of tea light has been developed by researchers in Japan that offers a brighter, more natural-looking and more eco-friendly alternative to traditional teapots.
The new teapot uses a new kind of light that is more efficient and less expensive than traditional LED light.
According to the researchers, it is the first tea light that uses the same technology as a traditional LED teapott, but instead uses a more efficient, green LED.
The light is created by a process known as laser deposition.
This is a type of laser that can be used to melt or heat water to make the liquid.
It is a relatively new technology, but one that is being used by manufacturers around the world to produce tea lights.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) used this technique to create a new type, known as LED-2, for use in tea lights that are more efficient than traditional LEDs.
They found that the new light is capable of producing a significantly brighter light than the traditional LED and can also be produced with a smaller energy footprint.
According a press release from the NIST, the technology is currently being tested in an advanced laboratory.
It is expected to be available in the next few years.
According the press release, LED-1 is a much cheaper alternative, but only provides a dimmer light that emits less light than LED-3.
This light emits the same amount of light as the traditional LEDs, but the researchers say that this new LED-like light is more energy efficient and green, so it could be used in other products that rely on high-efficiency LEDs.