Saturday, May 27, 2006
40 Pound Tea Bag
As nearly as I can tell Guinness has never weighed in on the matter of the world's largest tea bag. If they had I'd be willing to bet that Le*Nature Beverages would be in the running.
According to the company's Web site "pure linen cloth is used to make huge tea bags filled with 40 pounds of hand-selected tea leaves. The aromatic tea bags are placed in a vat where they steep for hours in order to produce liquid imbued with the essential tea flavor."
The result of this mighty steep is the company's bottled tea, which comes in Natural, Lemon, Raspberry, and Peach flavors.
This may be nothing new in the bottled tea industry. Maybe it's just the way things are done across the board. But it was news to me.
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