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100pcs Disposable Filter Bags for Loose Tea
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- Made In Japan
- 100 pcs in a pack
- With detailed instructions, easy to understand
- Size: 95mmW(3.75inch)70mmL(2.75inch)
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Disposal Tea bags are very easy to use. You just throw away after using.
Top customer reviews
1. I save money buying bulk herbs which is extremely cheap,
and all I have to do is use a teaspoon to pour the herbs in the bag.
I can even make my own tea formulas using several types of herbs.
2. Bags have a nice bottom that opens out, that makes the bag stand up, kinda like a paper bag does,
so I can easily add the herbs with a teaspoon.
3. Top folds over like a sandwich platic baggie does, so the herbs remain in the tea bag.
4. Good value for the money
I have not had a problem with the herbs escaping the bag as another reviewer has complained about.
At least not to any noticable concern. Maybe it is because I lay the bag on its side,
on the bottom of the tea cup with the opening of the flap down,
and pour the hot water over it. I do not add the dry tea bag to the full cup of hot water,
causing small dry particles to float out of the flap before the herbs get a chance to get wet.
Otherwise, these self-service tea bags work just fine. I've bought a few more packs for myself and ordered some for a few friends as well.
Folks always ask, "how much dry to use per cup or pot?" with fluid volumes unknown, the question is impossible to answer. Do you want your tea to look like apple juice or very strong coffee? Will you wait through a 4 - 6 minute steeping period, or do you want it NOW? It is up to you. Using these user-filled tea bags and 190-200F water, I *usually* get excellent results with one 'scant' teaspoon of dry tea per 6-8 Oz. cup of waster - in a preheated 3+cup pot kept warm. Ritual and formal rules? Heck no! That's just how I do it. These bags are not really necessary; you can pour your brewed tea through a piss-elegant tea strainer, just like the elderly English women do, but it is not necessary. If you are anything close to the curmudgeon that I am, easy preparation of good tea is important.
In the end, anyone who uses loose tea should be using these simple 'tea bags.' I do not understand how anyone can make great tea withouot these little bags, but you can try. In the world ok kitched/cooking/beverage gear, this has to be one of the world's great treasures. (Lipton - or similar - may have invented the tea bag, but what goes inside is far more important. These bags give the sipper a choice. Heck Yes!!
Disclosure Notice: I bought these tea bags on my own and paid cash; they were NOT preview gift from the distributor (bust should have been!)
a) get a strainer and have to clean it every time I drink a cup of tea; or
b) having to drink the tea and try to navigate around the leaves in my cup as I continued to blow the leaves around and try not to end up chewing on some of them.
These are the perfect solution to all of that! I measure out the amount of leaves that I want per cup, throw them in individual filter bags, close them up and throw them into a sandwich bag to carry around for my own portable, personal tea. Although some people seem to be worried about not being able to seal the bags, just folding these babies over (I actually fold them over and then fold the bags in half, opening on the inside of the fold - don't know if that makes a difference) really does do the trick. They seal nicely once they're in water, and I haven't had a single problem with tea leaf escapees.
Don't want to clean up the mess but love the option of custom loose leaf tea mixes? Don't forget to order these!