Saturday, May 5, 2012

Natural Linens Sponsor Review

Natural Linens

Natural Linens is a homeschooling family run business. I know as a homeschooler, the great blessings they are instilling in their children by working together on this wonderful business venture. They make eco friendly, reusable coffee filters, tea bags, napkins and more out of 100% certified organic fabrics. 
Not only beautiful in design and workmanship, but practical as well.  Items we use daily in our home and made with an eye to detail. 

I tried these wonderful tea bags, so dainty yet built to last!

The newness of using loose leaf tea was made easier with these reusable tea bags. The infusers work ok, but sometimes with the finely grated tea it allows some particles to pass through in the water. These tea bags keep my tea nice and clear!

Easy to empty the tea grounds, rinse the tea bag and just set aside for your next glass of tea!
I have used this particular tea bag at least 5 times and it is very well made. It of course takes on some of the color of the tea but it doesn't affect the use at all. 
You can find Natural Linens on Etsy as well as Facebook and Twitter. 
Be sure to give them a shout out and let them know A Year of Jubilee Reviews gave you the inside scoop!
Check back May 7th for the Magical Mother's Day giveaway where we will be giving away 10 of these tea bags!!


  1. I love finding new family run and small businesses to support! Will check them out!

  2. Very nice! I love the idea of a re-usable tea bag.I wonder if it would work well for steeping coffee as well?

  3. Very cool idea! I love tea but usually don't do loose leaf because it's too much work. This makes it seem easy.


  4. wow these are neat - thanks for sharing

  5. A reusable tea bag! How awesome is that. I wish I had thought of it. I would definitely use that I brew loose herb tea all of the time and a strainer does not cut it at all.

    Margot C

    annazed10 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  6. The reusable filters are a great idea. And they will pick up color from the tea leaves over time.

  7. I never knew there was such a thing as Muslin Coffee Filters. What a great idea. I love loose leaf tea and would definitely use these tea bags as well.

  8. I like the handkerchiefs. I actually use hankies and these seem like they'd be nice and durable.

  9. I've never used cloth tea bags. An interesting concept. I'm going to have to try it. Thanks for the review. fromfurrin at gmail dot com

  10. Not only do I like the products and the reycling but I love helping a homeschooling family!

  11. I love the coffee filters! That is the neatest idea.