1. Misconceptions of Loose-Leaf Tea

    Misconceptions About Teas Tea is a common beverage across the globe. In the US, approximately $15 million of tea is purchased every year, and 3,000 million tons of tea is produced worldwide. The common misconceptions about tea, specifically loose-leaf, and its consumption may not be worldwide, but we've certainly heard a few – and we're here to end the confusion. Loose-leaf tea is not more expensive; in fact, you get more tea out of loose-leaf than the bagged kind, considering that with loose-leaf you only use what you consume. The misconception is that loose-leaf tea costs more than it's worth, or you'll have more than you'll use: while purchasing a pound of loose-leaf tea at $10 or more sounds less intriguing than buying a box of $6 teabags, you have to see the bigger picture of investment. Loose-leaf tea allows you to allot how much you're using so that you get the right amount of flavor. A pound of loose-leaf tea will amount to $0.10 a cup, whereas a box of teabags limits

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  2. The Best Loose Leaf Teas For Beginners.

    Tea is a drink that is liked by many people. Although there are a ton of tea drinkers, there are quite a number of people who have not tried any types of tea yet, especially loose leaf tea. There are several types of loose leaf teas to try that are especially good for beginners. They are enjoyable, relaxing, and can turn any beginning tea drinker into a tea addict in no time! These are the types of loose leaf teas that anyone, especially beginning drinkers, should try. 

    Earl Grey

    The first tea anyone should try is a simple cup of Earl Grey blend. Earl Grey is an English blend of tea, and is just as popular in the US as it is in the UK. This tea is especially tasty, and very simple to drink. It is a black type of loose leaf blend tea that can be thoroughly enjoyed alone, or with a nice spot of milk. It has a taste that draws drinkers in, and has the ability to
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