Personally, I wind the string around a spoon with a spiral, then unwind and stir, you can wind mugs around the handle, if the thread is long, you can press the tongue with a mug, everything ingenious is simple.
1 first pour water into a cup, then lower the sachet
2 buy sachets without a paper tag
3 brew in a teapot by pressing a rope with a lid tag
4 use regular tea leaves, it tastes better
There is an option at the very beginning to get rid of the label and immediately add sugar to boiling water. Stirring the sugar simultaneously brews a tea bag, which saves you time.
I'll tell you a secret that it tastes better. Give it a try!
Guys, of course I came up with this idea myself, but it still seems that the developer was betting on this.
A shortcut, he was invented for this. You lower the bag into a mug, and on the label you put that very mug. Pour water on the bag, you want it as you like, it will remain unwavering.
I press the treacherous teabag tag with the bottom of my glass. But the best way is, of course, to throw the bag into a glass filled with boiling water.
I always hold this tag in my hand when I pour boiling water into a mug, the bag remains in the canopy and does not sink to the bottom. After the boiling water is poured into the mug, I press the bag against the wall of the mug with a spoon so that it does not sink and the thread does not sink into the water.
I always did this: I wound a tag on a thread on a handle with one turn. Significantly reduces the chances of it being drowned in the cup. You do not need to wind it, but then the water must be poured into the cup so that the flow of water falls on the thread as little as possible. That's all :)