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Using Loose Leaf Tea

Posted by Lisa B Gardner on

09/04/2013 (original post date)

So first and foremost, do you currently drink loose leaf tea? If you don't is there a particular reason? For me, it was a combination of not knowing it existed and then confusion about exactly how one consumes tea this way. I had only had tea in bags and most of that was with my grandmother while growing up. I had no interest in tea balls or any of that business. It all seemed like way too much work to me! AND I had no idea there were flavored teas, herbal infusions or tisanes. Not only did I not have a clue about these but I had no idea how to drink them either. I had a long way to go!Well, I'm here to tell you that they are all absolutely worth drinking and time really isn't an issue at all. I started out by using the tea brew filters and still do. They are very easy to use and very economical. The tea brew filters are made from wood products from the US and Canada and are biodegradable. They have a gusset at the bottom so the tea is free to expand in the water, giving you fabulous flavor and leaving nothing floating in the cup. I highly recommend using these to drink tea, herbal infusions and tisanes.

I would greatly appreciate some comments here. Let me know if you drink loose leaf tea or not and why. I want to help you be successful in the loose tea world!

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