If any of you out there are tea drinkers and you use pre-bagged tea, I strongly encourage you to start brewing loose leaf tea. Not only that, I encourage chinese style brewing.
In Chinese style tea brewing, you use a high leaf to water ratio, but brew for a shorter time. Where in western style brewing, you'd throw a teabag with a couple grams of green tea tea into a full cup of water and let it steep for ten minutes, in Chinese brewing, you're use about 6 grams of loose green tea leaf in six ounces of water, and let it brew for about two minutes. You can do this two or three more times, and still get excellent tea. If you try to re-steep tea bred western style, you usually get bitter ass.
I'd post all the specifics, but instead I'll point you here: http://www.teatrekker.com/steeping-green-tea
That page is for green tea, but if you look at the bottom of the page, they have links to how to brew other types of tea, such as white, oolong, and black tea.