Satchel Tea Filters
It’s in the bag.
Did you know tea bags are actually a mistake-turned-invention? Originally, they were meant only to tote tea in until someone (brilliantly?) dunked it right into the hot water and—the teabag was born. These unbleached satchels take this concept to new heights with completely compostable materials and make loose-leaf types easy to take on the go.
Photography by Julia Gartland
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Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
From cleansing teas to boozy toddies.
A&M learn how to brew a perfect pot of tea.
This week Margo True, editor of Sunset magazine and The Sunset Cookbook, shares with us the simplicity of fresh herbal tea.
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