{"id":1010426937459,"title":"Organic Muslin Tea Bags Large - 50 Count","handle":"organic-muslin-tea-bags-large-50-count","description":"SIZE = 4 inches width by 6 inches height. Each organic tea bag contains a draw string on the top of the bag to tighten the tea bag easily and securely! These European organic muslin tea bags are made exclusively to preserve your organic tea while brewing and maximize tea flavor, color and taste.\nGrab your cup of tea and join us to learn the history of muslin and what it actually is.\n\n\n\nMuslin is a light cotton fabric, finely woven and typically white, that was first imported from the Middle East to Europe in the 17th century. It is named after Mosul in modern-day Iraq, the city through which it made its way to Europe, but Dhaka in modern-day Bangladesh is the fabric's true place of origin. Muslin is a popular choice for clothing and curtains, particularly in hot, dry climates. It may also be used as padding for furniture.\n\nMuslin can be used to filter wine of impurities during the decanting process. A funnel with muslin stretched over the narrow end may be used to transfer wine or port into a decanter, keeping any sediment out.\nMany high end tea bags are made of muslin also. Muslin is used widely in the theater, where it is very versatile. Myriad staging effects can be created with muslin, as it can be painted with any scene you can imagine, hung straight or draped, and even treated to appear semi-translucent, similar to a scrim. Being lightweight and inexpensive are significant assets for a fabric used in set design.\n\nThe word muslin may not always refer to the cotton fabric described above. In Britain, any gauzy cotton fabric may go by the name of muslin, while in the United States, muslin may be any firm, sturdy, inexpensive cloth. In nautical slang, a ship's sails are referred to as muslin.\n\nMuslin Money Bags News:\nWhen town committee members were crawling around in the Bradford Town Hall attic last year, they were examining the structural soundness of the historic building, not hunting for treasure. But Gary Wahl discovered a rolled up muslin sheet there that turned out to be an important historic theatrical backdrop that dated to the town hall's turn-of-the-century life as a theater.\n\n\n\nNow, historic preservationists in the town have raised more than $10,000 to restore the painting, thanks to an art sale supported by local businesses and residents and a restoration grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. The grant will allow the painting to be cleaned and its torn muslin repaired as part of the Vermont Stage Curtain Project. Additional funds will also be devoted to restoring the Bradford Bi-Centennial Quilt, which hangs in the stairwell of the town hall. \nThink about this next time you throw away your tea bag! 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Each organic tea bag contains a draw string on the top of the bag to tighten the tea bag easily and securely! These European organic muslin tea bags are made exclusively to preserve your organic tea while brewing and maximize tea flavor, color and taste.\nGrab your cup of tea and join us to learn the history of muslin and what it actually is.\n\n\n\nMuslin is a light cotton fabric, finely woven and typically white, that was first imported from the Middle East to Europe in the 17th century. It is named after Mosul in modern-day Iraq, the city through which it made its way to Europe, but Dhaka in modern-day Bangladesh is the fabric's true place of origin. Muslin is a popular choice for clothing and curtains, particularly in hot, dry climates. It may also be used as padding for furniture.\n\nMuslin can be used to filter wine of impurities during the decanting process. A funnel with muslin stretched over the narrow end may be used to transfer wine or port into a decanter, keeping any sediment out.\nMany high end tea bags are made of muslin also. Muslin is used widely in the theater, where it is very versatile. Myriad staging effects can be created with muslin, as it can be painted with any scene you can imagine, hung straight or draped, and even treated to appear semi-translucent, similar to a scrim. Being lightweight and inexpensive are significant assets for a fabric used in set design.\n\nThe word muslin may not always refer to the cotton fabric described above. In Britain, any gauzy cotton fabric may go by the name of muslin, while in the United States, muslin may be any firm, sturdy, inexpensive cloth. In nautical slang, a ship's sails are referred to as muslin.\n\nMuslin Money Bags News:\nWhen town committee members were crawling around in the Bradford Town Hall attic last year, they were examining the structural soundness of the historic building, not hunting for treasure. But Gary Wahl discovered a rolled up muslin sheet there that turned out to be an important historic theatrical backdrop that dated to the town hall's turn-of-the-century life as a theater.\n\n\n\nNow, historic preservationists in the town have raised more than $10,000 to restore the painting, thanks to an art sale supported by local businesses and residents and a restoration grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. The grant will allow the painting to be cleaned and its torn muslin repaired as part of the Vermont Stage Curtain Project. Additional funds will also be devoted to restoring the Bradford Bi-Centennial Quilt, which hangs in the stairwell of the town hall. \nThink about this next time you throw away your tea bag! Could it have been a rare piece of history at one time?\n\n\n"}

Organic Muslin Tea Bags Large - 50 Count

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SIZE = 4 inches width by 6 inches height. Each organic tea bag contains a draw string on the top of the bag to tighten the tea bag easily and securely! These European organic muslin tea bags are made exclusively to preserve your organic tea while brewing and maximize tea flavor, color and taste. Grab your cup of tea and join us to learn the history of muslin and what it actually is. Muslin is a light cotton fabric, finely woven and typically white, that was first imported from the Middle East to Europe in the 17th century. It is named after Mosul in modern-day Iraq, the city through which it made its way to Europe, but Dhaka in modern-day Bangladesh is the fabric's true place of origin. Muslin is a popular choice for clothing and curtains, particularly in hot, dry climates. It may also be used as padding for furniture. Muslin can be used to filter wine of impurities during the decanting process. A funnel with muslin stretched over the narrow end may be used to transfer wine or port into a decanter, keeping any sediment out. Many high end tea bags are made of muslin also. Muslin is used widely in the theater, where it is very versatile. Myriad staging effects can be created with muslin, as it can be painted with any scene you can imagine, hung straight or draped, and even treated to appear semi-translucent, similar to a scrim. Being lightweight and inexpensive are significant assets for a fabric used in set design. The word muslin may not always refer to the cotton fabric described above. In Britain, any gauzy cotton fabric may go by the name of muslin, while in the United States, muslin may be any firm, sturdy, inexpensive cloth. In nautical slang, a ship's sails are referred to as muslin. Muslin Money Bags News: When town committee members were crawling around in the Bradford Town Hall attic last year, they were examining the structural soundness of the historic building, not hunting for treasure. But Gary Wahl discovered a rolled up muslin sheet there that turned out to be an important historic theatrical backdrop that dated to the town hall's turn-of-the-century life as a theater. Now, historic preservationists in the town have raised more than $10,000 to restore the painting, thanks to an art sale supported by local businesses and residents and a restoration grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. The grant will allow the painting to be cleaned and its torn muslin repaired as part of the Vermont Stage Curtain Project. Additional funds will also be devoted to restoring the Bradford Bi-Centennial Quilt, which hangs in the stairwell of the town hall. Think about this next time you throw away your tea bag! Could it have been a rare piece of history at one time?