5 Reasons Why You Should Get This New Tea Bag!
1. Your health comes first
These tea bags are delicious.
It feels healthy to drink and the tea also gives me lots of energy to start my day. I’m beyond grateful for this company!
- Maria Valencia
2. You sip on premium loose leaf tea from the Himalayas
3. You don’t have to worry about brewing time
4. You give back to farmers
I was impressed from the very first sip.
The taste and freshness was well beyond anything else I have ever tasted”
- Tim Carlisle
5. Know where your tea comes from
They are all of outstanding quality
I have loved trying all the teas I received from Nepal, they are all of outstanding quality, I enjoy learning about the regions they come from as well
- John McKenna
Nepal Tea Collective's teabags are made of compostable materials such as unbleached filter paper.
Unlike many teabags on the market that are packed with low-grades of tea like broken leaves or Fannings (tea-leaf dust), Nepal Tea Collective's teabags are packed with our organic, premium whole leaf teas and delicious tea blends.
Nepal Tea Collective's pyramid tea bags have a wide base, allowing our whole leaf teas to fully unfurl and release all their delicious flavors and tempting aromas while steeping.
Non-compostable tea bags are typically made of plastic materials such as nylon-blends. Even teabags that are made of filter paper are treated with plastic materials so that they hold their structural integrity while steeping. Because of their plastic content, these teabags are do not disintegrate into soil, and are therefore not compostable. Nepal Tea Collective's tea bags are made of unbleached filter paper with no plastic content. They are industrially compostable, which means that the bio-waste from our teabags can be composted with controlled temperature and will biodegrade within 6 months.
Our line of teabags are available in our fan-favorite black tea Himalayan Sunrise, Himalayan Mist green tea, Nepali Breakfast chai blend, and Kathmandu Cosmos Decaf herbal blend.
You can read about the creation and production details of our teabags on our blog! (link to colab article)