Why We Sell Whole Leaf Tea, Rather Than Bagged Tea

Whole leaf tea is beautiful. 
Just look at that gorgeous blend above. Who wouldn’t want to drink in the goodness steeped from whole leaves and petals? And once it hits the water, whole leaf tea swims and twirls while it steeps. It’s a sight to swoon over, for sure. 

Whole leaf tea has room to stretch.
Being confined to a bag doesn’t allow the tea to expand while it soaks. The more space the tea has to stretch and open its leaves, the more rich the flavor.

Whole leaf tea is a better value.
Because whole leaf tea is generally a higher quality and processed more purely, it can be steeped multiple times without losing depth of flavor. You can get 2 to 3 steeps from a single portion, depending on your strength preference. 

Whole leaf tea gives you the control.
Everyone prefers their tea at different strengths. With whole leaf tea, you can use as much or as little as you like. You can also mix blends, add additional herbs from your garden—play mixologist to create a taste truly your own.

Whole leaf tea is kind of enchanting.
While making whole leaf tea certainly doesn’t need to be fussy, there is something alluring about the ritual of making tea the “old fashioned way.” Your favorite tea cup cradled between your hands, mesmerized by the leaves dancing while they steep, taking in the aroma and watching the color darken to a golden hue.

It’s a gift you give yourself every time.

Hugs and bućas!

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