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Perfect Paper Filters for Teapots
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Perfect Paper Filters for Teapots

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Large paper filters. One hundred filters per package. Our paper tea filters are made with abaca pulp (a strong fiber procured from the stalk of a specific banana tree), cellulose, and sealing fibers, and they are bleached with oxygen and are biodegradable.

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4.3

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5.0

Ridiculously awesome.

By glowbug39

from sunny florida

I admit, I usually don't drink a whole teapot of tea and the strainers are a mess. I was in my local Teavana and asked them to make me a cup of hot White Chocolate Peppermint tea when they told me they now use these filter bags. OMG! And I bought a pack. This is better than the invention of slice bread. I opted for the large bag (even though it's MEANT FOR A TEAPOT) just so I don't have to fight with the little bag and it was only $1 difference...the results are wonderful. I will be definitely drinking more tea from now on amd at work!!! TU Teavana.

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3.0

A little confusing

By IndyTea Lover

from Indianapolis, IN

Like others, I thought these would be good for making portable and easy-to-use tea bags out of high-quality loose-leaf tea I received as a gift. These bags are giant, far larger than one would need to keep the tea from spilling out, though the opening makes it somewhat difficult to fill them with an average teaspoon. There is no adhesive or built in way to use them, so I have been folding them over twice and stapling them on the sides, which seems a little cumbersome. The bags are so bulky and soak up so much water that if you drop them in complete like a regular bag, you'll end up losing about 20% of the water in the cup. All in all, a rather expensive and not terribly functional product.

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5.0

Better than a strainer

By cavecate

from Houston, TX

About Me Occasional Tea Drinker

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        I initially purchased a single-cup strainer but it was so poor that I had to use filters for my teapot instead. Eventually, I'll buy the single-cup filters..

        Anyway, this does a good job of keeping loose tea out of my cup and it also doesn't interfere with the taste. I find that metal makes tea taste funny.

        I use a binder clip to keep flap closed and the loose tea in the filter. I have the binder clip leaning outside my cup and the weight of it keeps it in place.

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        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        This is a great bag for loose tea

        By Linda

        from Hollister, CA

        About Me Health Conscious

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Anytime

            These tea bags are perfect for breawing tea anytime and anywhere. I have found that using a staple to close the opening keeps the tea within and makes traveling with my tea very easy.

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            (10 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            They work, but they leak.

            By Amanda

            from Baltimore, MD

            Pros

            • Convenient

            Cons

            • Leaks

            Best Uses

            • At work
            • Out Of Town

            These tea bags are great. So easy to use and take to work. I don't have to drag my perfect tea maker to work to have my favorite teas.

            However, the thing I don't like about the product is the bags soak up water from the cup so the piece that you hang over the side of the cup causes the water to leak down the side of my cup. I've left my tea sitting for a few minutes to steep and when I come back my cup is alway sitting in a puddle of water. It's very frustrating. It would be nicer if they had bags that closed up and had a string attached like normal tea bags to prevent the leaks.

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            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            These bags are AMAZING!

            By Gil

            from Asheville, NC

            About Me Tea Enthusiast

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Convenient
            • High Quality

            Cons

              Best Uses

                These tea bags are awesome. They are convenient to use and very strong. I love my tea, and hated having to try to carry a strainer or teaball around and not damage it as I lead an active life. These make it all possible to take on the go several types of teas to suit my taste.

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