Loose Leaf vs. Tea Bags: A Steep Dilemma


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There are two types of tea lovers in the world, those that use tea bags & those that use loose leaf. Yes, stocking up on boxes of tea at the supermarket is quick and convenient, but using loose-leaf tea is not only better for the environment…IT’S BETTER FOR YOU!

6 REASONS TO DRINK LOOSE-LEAF TEA:

  1. Hand-picked whole tea leaves offer optimal flavor & health benefits
  2. Premium teas are made by artisan tea makers with generations of cultivating experience
  3. Enjoy complex flavors like: jasmine, cardamom, peach blossom, or shredded coconut
  4. Tea leaves can be re-steeped…1 TSP can yield multiple cups of tea
  5. High quality tea releases flavor slowly so each cup is subtly different
  6. Allows us to be mindful of our environment & appreciate the beauty in premium tea

6 REASONS TO AVOID TEA BAGS:

  1. Tea bags are filled with machine picked tea, then mulched into a powder
  2. Bitter leaves & twigs get mixed in with the tea
  3. Mass produced in industrial plants that generate waste
  4. All the flavor is released in 1 steeping…1 CUP of TEA / 1 TEA BAG
  5. Most tea bags are not biodegradable & can be made with toxic plastics
  6. Flavors are simple & can include artificial ingredients/flavors

Those that are new to loose-leaf tea worry it’s expensive, complicated & confusing. However, it is actually very simple, cost effective & environmentally friendly.

All you need is…

LOOSE LEAF TEA + STRAINER + HOT WATER = PERFECT CUP of TEA

what you need

Still confused about how to brew your tea? FOLLOW OUR EASY STEEPING GUIDE!

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VISIT US IN-STORE OR ONLINE TO SHOP STRAINERS & LOOSE-LEAF TEA

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