The tea plant, as a drink providing cure, pleasure, energy and eliminating fatigue, has settled in our culture at once. Whether you drink it "dark" or "kıtlama", it was always brewed over boiling kettles, and always served in thin bellied tea cups on porcelain saucers. This tea cup and this saucer always identified with our tea culture has never been abandoned. Just as the brewed tea did not give in to the trendy tea bags, our thin bellied tea glasses did not give in to porcelain teacups: the best tea was always served in glass teacups, and still is. Tea has been living in Anatolia and the countries of the Middle East and North Africa as the warmest treat of people for 300 years as a common shareholder of both their cultures and their private lives, at breakfasts, for the guest receptions or as an after-meal digestive. With its thin bellied structure, Istanbul tea glasses add legacy of beauty and enchantment to the ritual of tea, which is established in our culture; changes the taste of tea. The Istanbul tea glasses let a common characteristic to be unique and different. The design that interweaves the glass base and the saucer is the heritage of a rooted culture.