One of real joys of gardening is growing plants that can be used to make herbal teas. I find that these bags make it super easy to have a quick cup of tea whenever I want one without a lot of hassle. This 300 Piece Empty Drawstring Tea Bag Package can be a useful addition to your homestead.
The Ball Infusers are great as well but I prefer the ease of use and clean up of using these bags. I just toss these biodegradable bags right into the compost pile without any worries when I’m done and without the trouble of having to wash the infuser for the next use.
- Biodegradable Material: The Non-woven Disposable Tea Filter Bags are Made of 100% Non-woven Fabric, which is Non-toxic and Biodegradable. Tea Filter Bags is Odorless and Tasteless with Strong Penetration and High Temperature Resistant. It will not be tear up easily because of this sturdy fabric.
- Safe and Harmless: By means of conventional hot-pressing without any glue or adhesive, which effectively ensures the human body health. Drawstring design helps to seal the bags preventing the leakage of contents.
- Professional Tea Filter: The Micro Mesh of the Non-woven Fabric, which is strong penetration and also filter the dreg properly. No worrying about leaf separation, density control, and leaves into mouth. Ensure the original flavor.
- Portable & Multi-Funtional: Widely used for Loose leaf Tea, Herb Tea, Spices, Bath Salts, Potpourri, Scented Tea, Coffee, making scented sachets and clean air bamboo charcoal bags. It will leave no dreg in your cup and does not affect the taste of the tea.
- Perfect Size: 100 Pcs 2” x 2.8” Empty Tea Bags + 100 Pcs 2.3” x 3.1” Empty Tea Bags + 100 Pcs 2.8” x 3.5” Empty Tea Bags. (Total 300 Pcs)
Dried blackberry leaves mixed with spearmint, all straight from my garden have become one of my favorite teas with a lot of health benefits. I just pack up a few bags and store for a quick cup of tea whenever I’m ready for one. Do you have a favorite herbal tea that would be perfect for putting in these bags?
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