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Libre: Loose Leaf Tea Glass

Libre: Loose Leaf Tea Glass

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So many people use tea bags for their convenience and miss out on the joys fine, loose leaf teas bring to the tea experience simply because they desire convenience more than quality in their tea. Here is one way to take tea with you wherever you go. Libre Tea has a great to-go tea glass that makes enjoying loose leaf tea much easier. You can either put the tea leaves in the glass or in the filter basket in the top. Either way, it makes portable loose leaf tea easier. Here is a video on how it works LINK. You can either drink your Libre green tea straight from the container, or pour it into a cup. It's great either way. Sure makes having tea at work or on the go easier. For those of us concerned with BPA contamination when hot liquids come in contact with plastic, Libre Tea took care of that too. Their container is a 'glass and poly design meaning, poly on the outside but glass on the inside (it is double walled) where the hot water touches the container. They also included a stainless steel mesh filter and BPA free plastic lid. On top of all that, it is beautiful as well as functional. The folks at Libre Tea realize that the enjoyment of tea includes all of our senses therefore, the outside of the steeping glass is artful in its design. The Libre Tea brewing systems come in a mug, the original size, and a larger size glass, and a glass n glass filter systems design for home and office use. Glass n glass video.

You can, of course, use your own tea; green, black, oolong or white or an herbal infusion or rooibus in the Libre Glasses but you can also buy organic, green tea directly from Libre Tea.

Their tea packets are premeasured for use in their tea glasses and can be steeped 2-3 times. Their green tea is light in color and flavor. A mellow, tea with no bitter after taste and no strong, 'grassy' flavor. A good tea for those who are new to green teas or do not like a strong tea.

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