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3.0 out of 5 stars Easy and simple for personal tea., June 24, 2010
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This review is from: Norpro Mesh Tea Ball with Cup Rest Handle (Kitchen)
Makes my tea fine. The mesh is not tiny enough, so some tea leaves do come out. Makes better tea like chrysanthemum or any thing that doesn't go through the mesh easily. Closing the mesh is better when you only fill 1 side of the mesh ball, but not too great when you have on both side. Tea can get stuck around the edge which doesn't seal the mesh ball well. The lock that holds the two half mesh locks good and never opens up when I drink. Sometimes when drinking my tea, the mesh looks big or it's in the way when I drink in a small cup, but I don't have a problem with that in a big cup. Aesthetic is good, and I use it once in a while. I gave 3 star because the mesh is not for all tea and I don't really use it all the time. Design of the device is good because other guests likes to see it when I just place it on top of my cup.
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Initial post: May 15, 2011 8:39:58 AM PDT
Hi, I make chamomile tea and it has a lot of fines so I was wondering if you had found anything that works better for teas with more fines?
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