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Tea Bags Large "Press and Brew" (50 pack)
tea bags  Large "press ‘n’ brew" empty tea bags


 
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Product Code: 764L-50
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These Large classic "press ‘n’ brew" empty tea bags are indispensable for all your custom tea blends.
A fun and economical way to share any herbal formulas you create.
Features
  • These large "press ‘n’ brew" empty tea bags are indispensable
  • for all your custom tea blends.
  • A fun and economical way to share any herbal formulas you create.
  • One tea bag holds approximately 2-4 grams of herbs.
  • Size of each tea bag: 3.7/8 inches x 5 inches



  • Using a spoon or scoop, simply fill each tea bag with herbs.
  • Do not overfill. Making certain that no herbs are between the
  • heat-sensitive seam, simply press with an appropriate heating
  • device
  • (clothing irons on cotton setting are recommended. A curling iron
  • will also work.)
  • Press firmly to seal.
  • These are not bleached with chemicals.

  • About the tea paper:
  • Our tea filter paper is the same tea paper that is used by the
  • largest tea companies in the United States. In fact there are
  • really only two major suppliers of tea filter paper in the world.
  • The tea paper is made of a special blend of thermoplastic fibers,
  • abaca, and cellulosic fibers. This tissue has a high wet strength
  • with neutral odor and flavor characteristics making it a highly
  • acceptable media for bagging tea. The tea paper is compost-able
  • but not biodegradable.

  • About Abaca:
  • Abaca, another member of the "hard" fibre group is the Spanish
  • name for what is more widely called Manila hemp, and is indigenous
  • to the Philippines. It is a member of the banana family of plants
  • with the botanical name of MUSA TEXTILES.
  • When mature the abaca plant consists of about 12 to 30 stalks
  • radiating from a central root system. Each of these stalks is
  • about 12 to 20 feet high and the fibre is stripped from the stem
  • rather than the leaf, with each stalk being cut into sheaths and
  • then strips or "tuxies".
  • The strips are then scraped (i.e. either hand or machine
  • "decorticated") to remove the pulp, then sometimes washed and
  • dried. The outer leaves of the plant are wider and contain more
  • but coarser fibre than the inner leaves.




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