What is your brewing style?

Posted by Kathy Gentzler on

Are you a loose tea, sachet, or teabag person? Not sure what I am referring to? Here is a short explanation.

A tea connoisseur will mainly opt to brew their tea using loose leaves. This method allows for maximum flavor and ultimate tea experience. It is not as daunting as it seems. Our beloved magnet gives you all the instruction you need to brew the perfect cup of tea. The loose tea method is not only economical, but it is also sustainable, as you end up producing less trash. Our Starter Kit Bundle provides you with the basic tools of the trade. Among our favorite loose teas are Churchill's Toddy, Paris, Glenburn Autumn Crescendo, Crème Brulée, and if you are looking for a decaf alternative, I strongly recommend George and the Dragon

A tea sachet is a pyramid shaped bag that is roomy enough to allow the whole tea leaf to expand. This option gives you a good alternative to the loose tea option. Our recommendation for tea sachets would be Shakespeare Globe, Dragon Pearl Jasmine, or Soho

Tea bags are the most common and recognized way of brewing tea. It is a great option when you are short on time, on the go, or while traveling. Tea leaves need to be crushed in order to fit in a tea bag, meaning that you do not get the full flavor experience. In a hurry, they are your go to! We recommend Builders, PG Tips, or Taylors Pure Assam

So what is your preferred brewing style? Let us know in the comments below. 

 


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