Are you still using tea bags?

The tea bag was accidentally invented in 1904 when tea leaf samples were sent in small silk packets to customers, from New York tea merchant Thomas Sullivan. And his customers assumed they could just drop the tea bag directly in hot water and enjoyed the ease and simplicity of brewing and of cleaning up afterward. Then they started to produce more tea bags. Over time this invention began the  spread around the world and resulted in their enormous popularity today. However, compare to loose leaf tea, you might know that tea bag isn't the best choice when it comes to brew tea, but do you also know that they are bad for the environment. Have you thought about what a tea bag is actually made of? And what impact it would have on your health? tea bag impact
At Teassance, we are dedicated to enriching lives through the experience of premium loose leaf teas specially made from organic ingredients sourced from the best tea gardens across the world.

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“There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life.” – Lin Yutang

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