And, what could be nicer than using a cute little tea bag; made of soft cotton muslin. I stitched this up this morning and thought I'd share it with you. I've been using paper pouches you can fill yourself, for at least a year or more.
With the draw string closure, all you do is pull it tight. Then wrap at top with string through, as to tie. Then pour your hot water into your favorite cup.
I was so please with it. No sediment or flakes of any kind. I simply let steep and may of dunked the bag up and down a couple times. Perfect.
I then took the bad out as usual and set aside. Depending on how much tea or the kind you maybe using, you might be able to get another cup. My second was as perfect as the first. After I was done. I simply turn it inside out and emptied the bag. Rinsed off and hung to dry (on my window crank). Ready to use next time. If your bag happens to turn a different color it will only add to its charm. Maybe I'll sell them.
And if your so inclined I do have tea through my web portal. www.marketamerica.com/wellcafe
Tea is wealth itself, because there is nothing that cannot be lost,no problem that will not disappear, no burden that will not float away, between the first sip and the last.-The Minister of Leaves
I tried to find some reference to tea use in the Bible. I know there's use of herbs mentioned. It would be interesting to know. If you know of any, let me know. Thanks