Organic cotton reusable tea bags. Many regular teabags contain plastic and are non-biodegradable but you can enjoy your tea plastic-free. Simply place your for loose leaf tea or infusions inside these reusable cotton bags, insert the stick to balance across your mug and pour in hot water. Great for one perfect for two.
- Handcrafted in the UK
- 2 Handmade 100% organic cotton teabags
- 2 Bamboo heart skewers measuring approx 12cm
- For use with cups up to a 9cm Diameter
- Perfect partners for our tea infusions and ceramics
- Turn out leaves and rinse in clean boiled water
Create your own tea infusions with fresh ginger, mint or lemon and sweeten to taste with a touch of honey. Dispose of contents onto your compost bin and wash your bag in clean boiling water ready for next time.
In July of 2018 after discovering "Plastic-free July" maker Katie instantly wanted to take on the challenge of reducing her usage of single-use plastic. It was surprising how easy it was and amazing how much my household waste could be reduced. Coming up with re-usable alternatives to many throw-away items, Katie decided to give some away as birthday gifts to friends and the feedback was amazing, leading to the launch of Cotton Lily.
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