There’s no shortage of cool and bizarre stuff that you can buy on the internet. Whether it’s hatching candles that let you breed tiny raptors at home, or scarves that give you wings in the most fashionable way possible. How did people cope before Amazon?

Now, you can buy teabags that, by using some clever design, transform into a convincing goldfish after being put into your mug. Some students at St. Johns University in Taipei came up with the idea a few years back, but now they’re finally available in the US through Amazon.



Once dunked into water, the fish’s body swells and its mouth is attached to the thread so that it can be tugged around like it’s swimming.

(Which is really goshdarn cute, if you ask us.)



The bags come in one of four varieties of Taiwanese tea leaves: rose oolong, ruby black, jin yuan, and Oriental beauty. And they all look pretty damn awesome.


They don’t come cheap, though. A box of 12 costs $80, compared to their price of $35 in Taiwan.


But they seem totally worth it.

If you fancy having a fish in your morning cuppa, you can buy a box here.