The tea pouch/pyramid has recently exploded into the tea scene. The shape of the bag allows larger-leaf teas to be used (typically higher quality teas) and gives the tea room to expand and swell. This is great! It marries the convenience of the tea bag with the flavor of loose tea. The downside, and the one that has prevented me from being a fan of this new development, is that most tea pouches/pyramids are NOT biodegradable. Most of them are nylon. Not so with Mighty Leaf. The company worked hard for a year to find greener alternatives, and came up with a pouch that is biodegradable! Kudos to Mighty Leaf. The company has my vote for this reason alone! Read more here.
But how good is the tea itself? I enjoyed them very much. My favorite was the Orange Dulce. It was very good. The Tropical Green was also good, but my personal preference in greens leans toward unflavored ones. I steeped each of the teas twice (second steeping just a wee bit longer). I thought they held up fine to a second steeping. Also, I appreciated that the packaging had steep times printed on the back. I find this lacking in too many bagged teas.
I didn't try the Chamomile Citrus (allergy issues with Chamomile), but the DH sampled it for me and gave it the thumbs up.
Here's my bottom line - I thought the teas were nice and I LOVE that the tea pouch is biodegradable. I will use Mighty Leaf whenever I want the convenience of the tea bag. And I hope other tea companies use Mighty Leaf's green practices as a benchmark.