Colour me happy colour me lilac #Nooria ✨ Bell sleeves lend their romantic charm to Muslin silk panels and a subtly highlighted yolk. Breathable fabrics that add the perfect amount of style to dressing this rakhi••• To place an order or make an enquiry please send us a message via the DM or email us on email@example.com. Shipping worldwide.
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Who doesn't love dunking a fresh tea bag in piping hot water and seeing the colour unfurl. But have you ever truly looked closely at what exactly it is you are dunking. We did some digging and here's what we found-
1. Most tea bags are made with paper fiber which often have a heat-sealable thermoplastic such as PVC or polypropylene as a component fiber on the inner tea bag surface. Putting plastic tea bags in hot water will begin to break down and release toxins. Not good.
2. Even the now popular 'silken' pyramid tea bags are made of nylon or PET. More plastic.
3. Tea bags often appear white because they are chlorine bleached. Not at all good.
4. Most commercial tea bags do not contain full loose leaf and herbs but rather low quality dust and fannings. These just give a colour but less flavour, depth and other good stuff such as essential oils and antioxidants
5. Finally, in the off case you are concerned about the environment, most tea bags are not fully compostable because of the plastic and contribute to the ever increasing plastic waste. Makes them as bad as straws.
We at Nomad produce muslin bags made of fully organic, unbleached cotton fiber. These are handfileld and tied to make every cup truly sustainable.😇 Want to know more. DM us and we will be happy to share our research.