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- 100 Filters
- Aromatreu unbleached paper (chlorine-free)
- With easy-fill flap and expanding base
- Length (including flap): 7-inch, Width: 3,1-inch
- Instructions for use are available in 3 languages (EN, DE, FR)
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Finum Tea Filter size large (braun) Up to 6 tea cups finum filters are internationally renown. The variety of sizes give each tea enthusiast the chance to enjoy their tea in their individually preferred manner. Our oxygen bleached paper is famous for its unique true-flavor filtering qualities. They are chlorine free and biodegradable. The double-fold bottom of the filter provides the tea leaves enough room for their flavor to fully unfold. With a practical long fill-in-flap, which makes it easier to fill in your tea. The flap is also used to fix the filter at the rim of your tea pot by closing the lid.
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These filters are large, but not so large I can't fit one in my oversize glass tea cup. They're a fine size for a small teapot, but too small for a large one. They do entrap the tasty bits, yet are roomy enough for the water to circulate. Functionally, they're just fine.
I do find them difficult to fill. The design could be improved by making the top wider than the bottom. I don't know, it's just kind of awkward to try to keep the filter open while stuffing leaves in it, and trying not to spill the leaves. Either I'm not spilling, but not getting leaves in the filter, or I'm filling the filter, but spilling leaves all over. Furthermore, sometimes the two halves of the filters stick together. They're pressed and stacked very neatly, but some of the paper fibers from the front side get intertwined with fibers from the back side. And just try to slide in a spoon to separate them. You must, but it will get stuck, right in that spot. There you are, trying to separate the papers without tearing! They can be maddening.
All that said, I'll use them for Yerba, and nothing else. These are the first filters I've tried, but honestly, I don't expect much difference between brands, based on the gazillion reviews I read before my purchase.
I saw some reviews said it added a weird taste, but I have not noticed any flavor difference whatsoever. I actually think these are better than some of the smaller infusers, since they don't let any leaves escape and have more room for expansion. You simply fold over the top of the bag a couple of times and let it hang over your cup. Great product!
Besides tea, I also use these as a "wrapper" for smaller sized homemade solid lotion bars. For my larger bars, I use the X-Large white bags. I suppose you could also use these for low simmering stews and brews that call for peppercorns, herbs, or cloves that need to be removed from the pot before serving.
Some reviewers mentioned a weird smell coming from the bags, but I experienced no such thing.