Tea Bags - 100 Natural Tea Bags for Loose Leaf Tea

$950



These disposable tea filtration bags are ideal for loose leaf tea. They are compostable and biodegradable, and are made of unbleached paper derived from natural wood pulp. They are nontoxic, processed by UV sterilization and infrared drying. Fill a bag 1/3 full with our loose leaf tea blends, tie it closed then place it in your cup. Simply pour near boiling water over the tea bag and leave to steep, typically around 10-15 minutes, then remove and squeeze the last of the good stuff out before adding sugar and honey for taste.

Size: 2.35" x 3.15" or 6x8cm.

Quantity: 100 tea bags per package.

Details: Natural wood pulp filtration paper for tea or coffee, which is unbleached, non-toxic, and biodegradable. Tea bag will not affect the taste of your tea, as these bags are all natural and unbleached.

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