Is it possible to make your own tea?
And what about making tea bags with home made too?
I make my own tea every day,
put a couple of spoonsful of tea leaves in a tea pot, pour boiling water on the leaves, stir and let brew. I supose if you want to use the abomination of tea bags, you may be able to buy ready made bags or make small sacks out of butter muslin, the same as for bouquet garni.
Yes you can make herb teas at home, and you can use cheese cloth and make tea bags
i grow my own tea leaves in the garden. Freshly pick them and boil them. If you want to make tea bags, you need to dry the tea leaves, crush them and fill into a muslin bag and tie it up before you dip it into a mug of hot water.
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