The Grass

Native to Vietnam and other subtropical regions, naturally growing sedge grass have been harvested for centuries to produce an assortment of many other daily essentials.  Bags, mats and roof thatching remain the primary purpose for why these adaptable plants are harvested.

Scientifically known as Lepironia Articulata, the sedge grasses hollow stem, rigid frame and perfect diameter makes it an ideal drinking straw. Left to grow, they sometimes reach heights of up to 2 meters.

Organically farmed and cultivated in lush wetlands, no fertilisers or pesticides are required to maintain the health of our crop. Combined with natural resilience and its rapid growth rate, the abundance of wetlands available means there really is no substitute.