I’ve been on the run and didn’t make it to the food coop today for the tea tasting. But my marketing assistant Margaux did, and came back with tales of wonderful teas and also a hemp tea bag that you refill with loose tea. It was especially nice because it’s open and light, not a drawstring, so I suspect it’s very fast-drying. Here’s a box of hemp teabags that sound like the ones Margaux bought, and I promise to try to get to the next tasting to report.
September 16th, 2005|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: waste|
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