Tea Bonbons vs Loose Leaf Tea
Our Tea Bonbons new way of preparing cups of original tea blends – but how do they compare to tea made in the traditional way?
Tea Plays Bonbons are not just a cute design. They were made to let you brew a satisfying cup of tea without fuss. What fuss is that? Well, 'Use loose leaf tea' is the answer of most tea lovers to the problems of tea bags with their anonymous dust and fannings, which we've criticized before [http://www.teaplays.com/news-items/115-tea-bags-pressed-tea-and-loose-leaf-tea]. And as we've also mentioned, one big family of Chinese teas are compressed into bricks for transport and storage, which also makes preparation of puer a little different. Don't get us wrong – we love loose leaf tea and we love pressed puer! But as a way of conveniently keeping and making tea we think Siyi's Tea Bonbons are a real breakthrough.
Loose Leaf Tea
+ The amount of tea you use is up to you, which is ideal for making many cups or infusions, but also adds time and effort to the process.
+ The leftovers can be trick to remove from wherever you've infused the tea, and can make a real mess of your kitchen.
+ If moisture or some other element enters the bag where you keep your tea, then a whole quantity can be spoiled fast.
+ Each one is a perfect quantity for making 1-3 cups of tea.
+ The blends of flowers and herbs were created with much care, to give you a way to enjoy satisfying, original tea flavors (try one to find out why we keep boasting about them).
+ You can prepare your bonbons in a cup, in a sachet or in a pot with a strainer, treating them just like loose leaf tea.
+ The fixed amount makes it easier to toss out the leaves when you're done infusing.
We want you to try every kind of good tea, especially the kind you can find in loose form all over China. But a fun way to bring you and your friends into the world of tea, we think Siyi's bonbons are truly original.