Loose Leaf Tea filter

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From Rishi Tea

Great for tea on the go. These easy to fill, chemical-free, fully biodegradable natural tea filters are made with cellulose and manila hemp and can be used in any cup, mug, or pot to make your favorite loose tea or herbal infusion. 100 filters per box.

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The majority of our teas are organic and Fair Trade Certified. In 2009, we won 11 First Place Awards for Best Tea, almost double that of any competitor. Tea is our passion, it’s what we do best. We’re honored to share some of our favorite teas with you.

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I know a lot of people around here are anti-paper filters, but in case anyone else is like me, and uses them at work for convenience I thought I’d review these just in case.

I recently switched to these after using the David’sTea drawstring cup shaped filters for about a year. I haven’t been drinking much actual David’s Tea tea lately, and I don’t even have a local store to shop at, so I got really tired of having to pay shipping AND paying 10 cents per filter. These Rishi filters were half the price and I found them at a local supermarket. The main reason I liked the drawstring filters so much was that they would not spill out if I just threw them in my purse full of tea on my way to work in the morning. Luckily these Rishi filters are nice and LONG so I can just roll them up! So far I haven’t experienced any purse leaf loss, heh. Also apparently they are compostable, for anyone who cares about such things. If I didn’t use my metal steepers exclusively at home I’d probably toss them in the compost pile, but the whole point of bringing them to work for me is they are super disposable and easy to deal with.

moraiwe

I love my paper filters, honestly. And think the bigger ones are probably better than tea balls for allowing leaf expansion. They work great on the go and they’re how I got fiance into loose leaf. So viva la paper filters.

Stephanie

:D hear hear!

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