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It is excellent for your health to drink loose-leaf teas. When consumed regularly, tea can help you stay healthy by providing antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects. In fresh leaves, catechins, the key compounds responsible for green tea's health benefits, are present in the maximum concentration.
Higher Quality. In the store, most bagged teas are mass-produced and manufactured from dust and fannings, which are microscopic tea particles left over from the production of loose leaf tea, which are then bagged.
Fresher in taste. Tea bags that are mass-produced are often loaded with tea leaves that have travelled long distances before they reach store shelves, making them less fresh.
Tastes better. Due to the uniformity of mass-produced tea, you won't be able to distinguish between different types of leaves and regions while drinking bagged tea. Making your tea using loose leaves will provide you an enhanced tea experience, as well as make it taste fresher and more natural.
Tea bags have a consistent but one-dimensional taste (bold and astringent) and a restricted flavour expression. For this reason, tea bags may include stems and seeds that can make the tea bitter.
More Diverse. In addition to black tea and green tea, there are other types of tea. Various types of tea exist such as oolong, white, yellow, and fermented teas, and each reflects the cultivars, climate, location, and production of that particular tea.
Better for the environment. Only a small percentage of tea bags are biodegradable, and of those that are, only a small percentage of people really do it. You may decrease the amount of packaging you need by choosing loose leaf tea, which can be composted.