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Loose Leaf Staff Weighs In On Their Favorite Tea Accessories

January 20, 2018

Loose Leaf Staff Weighs In On Their Favorite Tea Accessories

 

The one thing that all of the Loose Leaf Team members have in common – everyone loves tea. But the way we like to make our brews is as individual as we are. I was curious to know what their favorite tea accessories are. Here is what they had to say!

 

 

I like the large capacity; it holds 16 ounces of tea. I like to drink tea and 8 ounces isn’t enough for me. I like the double wall glass because it won’t burn my hand and it also keeps my tea hot. The strainer is thoughtfully designed, made of very fine stainless steel mesh, with a handle on the strainer for easy removal.

 

 

 

I just love this gorgeous copper and glass teapot! It was love at first sight. I think it's so beautiful, it holds just the right amount of liquid, and the diffuser is sturdy and has lots of precisely machined holes so that your teas steep perfectly. I like my teas really strong, so it lets me add lots of tea leaves to my brews. I'm so happy with it!
Current favorite tea: Sleek & Slender

 

 

 

Cary – Pinky Up Cold Brew Iced Tea Carafe
The cold brew carafe is elegant and simple. I love the clear glass so it can showcase the pretty teas like Joyful Garden. I also like that you don’t need any other accessories to brew your tea.

 

 

 

Sasha – Celestial Mesh Infuser
It’s so easy to use. You put it on your cup, add your tea leaves, and add the hot water. When you do that, you get to experience the tea leaf, and see how beautifully the tea leaves open up. I love to watch the tea transform from a dry leaf to a beautiful open leaf.
Current favorite tea: Sleek & Slender

 

 

 

I love these for a few reasons. One, because they’re so simple to use, and there is no messy cleanup afterward. You fill the tea filter with your favorite Loose Leaf Tea, pull the drawstring, and drop it into your cup.
Two, because I am passionate about using only eco-friendly products, and these tea filters are natural, chlorine-free, and completely compostable.
Current favorite tea: Inflammation Relief
 
What’s YOUR favorite?
Happy steeping,
Kita



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