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- Convenient disposable empty tea bags, pack of 100 filters
- No need for tea ball--requires no filter holder
- Simply fold over the edge of your cup or teapot
- Elongated back makes filling-up easy
- Made in Germany of taste-neutral, bleach-free wood and hemp fibers
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1) Adagio's change of ingredients (see below) is permanent, and utterly disgusting tasting
2) Adagio doesn't care enough to respond to these comments and change back to whatever they were selling before. They choose to continue fooling buyers that it is the same old product from before that previous buyers purchased. THIS IS NOT A ONE-OFF PROBLEM, IT IS PERMANENT.
Original review follows:
I have used these in the past, and have been happy with them. When I ran out, I bought 5 more boxes. However, the box I received was different from the previous one - it didn't have "hemp" as an ingredient any more. (Adagio's image on this website is therefore misleading!)
The one box I opened imparted a terrible musky smell and taste to the tea, which makes the tea impossible to drink. I contacted Adagio about this, (via their website) but they refused to acknowledge the problem. I was also asked to try it without tea - just pour hot water over it, and I can confirm that the tea bag changes the taste of the plain water. It adds a taste that is similar to chewing on wood chips or wheat chaff. Unacceptable.
Perhaps it affects only a certain production run, but my experience was bad. Worse of course was Adagio's 'customer support' that, I think, believes I am making this up. Shame that Adagio had to go and ruin a good product. I have switched to T Sacs. A bit more expensive, but better than wasting money on bad products!
These unbleached tea filters (made with hemp and wood fibers) allow me to enjoy my favorite teas without fiddling with strainers and such. I don't staple them shut or anything - I just fill them with a good amount of tea for my serving size (they are roomy enough for 1-8 servings depending on the tea), fold over the top flap and tuck it into the pocket where the tea goes, and microwave it in my cup of water.
I expected to have to do something to hold the top closed, but the teabag rarely leaks out of that top flap. Every so often a leaf or two will escape, but it's not a big enough deal to actually mess with it.
I love that I can pre-load them with loose tea so I can grab them and take them on the go. These are well worth the price and save me a lot of money, since a lot of loose teas, especially at ethnic or very high-end shops, are cheaper than bagged.
One thing - I was surprised at the size of these filters. I had been used to T-sac filters and Teavana filters which were about 2" by 4". These filters are about 3" by 7". They work just as well for single-serve as the smaller ones, and these also give you the option of making a larger batch of tea, which I appreciate. Since they are the same price per filter as the smaller ones, I like that I can choose to use them for different serving sizes.
BTW, I notice similar comments at Adagio own website regarding this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
these are good papers, purchased elsewhere before but AMZ cant seem to ship without breaking the box, tried 2xPublished 7 months ago by Edna M. Hanson
This is a great price for these. I drink a lot of herbal tea and these work so much better for rooibos than the other kinds of strainers. I don't end up with floaties in my cup.Published on November 12, 2013 by Kathleen C.
way to big.. kind of bulky. I guess i was surprised to see such a long bag :( For one big cup of tea not worth it.Published on November 8, 2013 by Me
I use these for small pots of tea and give them to friends as a gift w/ loose tea and cup and saucer.Published on July 13, 2013 by Linda Wilson
These filters are excellent for tea prep beyond home and work well with most teas but I've been coming to find lately with teas containing more fruit pieces than leaves don't steep... Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Tyjuan Gibson