What is a tea sachet?
ea sachets are pyramid-shaped silky nylon teabags that are filled with whole-leaf loose tea.The benefit of the pyramid shape is that it allows the tea leaves to expand fully, thus allowingthe full tea taste to develop. The nylon is food safe and stable in boiling water.
Where does tea come from?
ea consists of the processed leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. Camellia sinensis is an evergreen shrub indigenous to Southeast Asia that thrives in subtropic and highland tropic regions. The leaves and buds (and sometimes even the stems) of Camellia sinensis are harvested and processed in various fashions to produce the range of tea varieties available today (such as black, oolong, green, white, and pu-erh).
How many servings of tea can I make per ounce?
Generally speaking, one ounce of tea should make about 12 servings of tea.
How should I store my tea?
Tea easily absorbs moisture and scents, so it's imperative that tea is stored in an airtight container, away from strong-smelling items.
How much caffeine is in tea?
The "tea plant", camellia sinensis, naturally has caffeine in its leaves. The amount of caffeine that is transferred from that leaf into your cup depends on many things: age of leaf, method of manufacture, production techniques, steeping time, and water temperature used during steeping. Because of these numerous variables, no one can tell you the exact amount of caffeine in your cup unless a caffeine counter is used immediately before you drink.