Our Tea Bags

It was in America, with its love of labor-saving devices, that tea bags were first developed. In around 1908, Thomas Sullivan, a New York tea merchant, started to send samples of tea to his customers in small silken bags. Some assumed that these were supposed to be used in the same way as the metal infusers, by putting the entire bag into the pot, rather than emptying out the contents. It was thus by accident that the tea bag was born! Responding to the comments from his customers that the mesh on the silk was too fine, Sullivan developed sachets made of gauze - the first purpose-made tea bags. During the 1920s these were developed for commercial production, and the bags grew in popularity in the USA. Made first of all from gauze and later from paper, they came in two sizes, a larger bag for the pot, a smaller one for the cup. The features that we still recognize today were already in place - a string that hung over the side so the bag could be removed easily, with a decorated tag on the end.

But while the American population took to tea bags with enthusiasm, the British were naturally wary of such a radical change in their tea-making methods. This was not helped by horror stories told by Britons who had visited the USA, who reported being served cups of tepid water with a tea bag on the side waiting to be dunked into it (an experience which is still not as uncommon in the USA as it should be!).


There are following Tea Bags can find in the Tea Trade

* Round Pot Bags

* Square Pot Bags

* String & Tag Bags / Double Chamber Tea Bags

* Double Chamber Envelope Bags

* Single Chamber Tag Bags

* Single Chamber Envelope Bags

* Pyramid Tea Bags

* Pyaramid Tea Bags with Envelope


 

Round Pot Bags

Round tea bags are round shape consist tea in a single chamber & not carrying any thread or staple pin. They look clean and easy to handle. Since we use only high quality tea, you will find that it does not stain the tea bag.

 

Square Pot Bags

Square tea bags are Square shape consist tea in a single chamber & not carrying any thread or staple pin. They look clean and easy to handle. Since we use only high quality tea, you will find that it does not stain the tea bag.

 

String & Tag Bags / Double Chamber Tea Bags

This type of tea bag has been in the tea industry for many years. It is made of two chambers attached to a tag by a string with thread. Both chambers are filled with tea to ensure a smooth and pleasant brew.

 

Double Chamber Envelope Bags

This tea bag is connected to a string and a thread the thread connected to the removable cut peace in the envelope. To preserve the aroma of tea and to ensure its freshness the tea bag is packed a high quality envelope.

 

Single Chamber Tag Bags

This tea bag is connected to a thread & a paper tag only with heat seal without using a metal staple.

 

Single Chamber Envelope Bags

This tea bag is connected to a thread & a paper tag only with heat seal without using a metal staple. To preserve the aroma of tea and to ensure its freshness the tea bag is packed a high quality foil envelope.

 

Pyramid Tea Bags

The pyramid bag is one of the more recent styles. As the name suggests, when you remove them from their box and stand them on a counter, they sit in a pyramid shape (roughly).

 

Pyramid Tea Bags

The pyramid bag is one of the more recent styles. As the name suggests, when you remove them from their box and stand them on a counter, they sit in a pyramid shape (roughly). To preserve the aroma of tea and to ensure its freshness the tea bag is packed a high quality envelope.