DAVIDsTEA Filters from DAVIDsTEA

DAVIDsTEA Filters

These ingenious tea filters are the best thing to happen to tea since the invention of the kettle. Just scoop in your tea, pull the drawstring tight and add water. It’ll keep the tea in the filter, the water in your cup, and the smile on your face. No fuss, no muss. Plus they’re biodegradable and chlorine-free, and they come in a 100% recycled paper box – so the planet stays happy, too. Designed in-house and exclusive to DAVIDsTEA.

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  • “i know these are over priced and that i can get much cheaper and less fancy tea bags from many other places. but i can't help it! i just LOVE them! these tea bags are just freakin fun to use! and...” Read full review
    shmiracles 744 tasting notes
  • “I LOVE these tea bags! They work perfectly and I love the drawstring aspect because your tea doesn't escape out of them. The one bad thing is they are expensive. ” Read full review
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    kstjean 126 tasting notes
  • “I am in LOVE with these tea bags! They are perfect for when you're on the go & want to take some perfect portions of your favorite teas with you for another brew! I always keep a pack of 100...” Read full review
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    HappySam 5 tasting notes
  • “I'm a huge fan of brewing leaves and resteeping. Life gets busy and thankfully these bags allow you to take your fresh loose leaf tea on the go. My go to teas are oolongs but these bags don't leave...” Read full review
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    jessupdk 7 tasting notes

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i know these are over priced and that i can get much cheaper and less fancy tea bags from many other places. but i can’t help it! i just LOVE them!

these tea bags are just freakin fun to use!
and i am freakin lazy about cleaning out steepers.

i use teabags to steep everything in my timolinos. (i never use the basket that comes with them) (so ya if you want an extra basket i could probably send you one.)
i also use teabags to steep anything that has candy in it, like sprinkles or tiny candies or whatever. i mean, not every time, but often. cuz i dislike the film it tends to leave on the cup if it’s a tea i drink a lot of.

anyways, you get the idea. i use a steeper basket once in the morning and once in the evening, and basically use teabags on the go or at my desk the entire rest of the day.
there is really something to be said about easy clean-up!
i add a box of 100 teabags to my cart anytime i need to push an order over $50 for free shipping.

Stephanie

I love them too!!! I use them OR the ones from English Tea Store (which are also available through amazon.com) and are identical to David’s :)

Perfect for taking tea to work!

keychange

Like you, I use these to brew right in the timolino (so I also have a few baskets lying around). Love them love them!

Cavocorax

I keep a box of teabags at work because I don’t want to mess around cleaning out steeping baskets. It’s just much more efficient to toss it in the trash!

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126 tasting notes

I LOVE these tea bags! They work perfectly and I love the drawstring aspect because your tea doesn’t escape out of them. The one bad thing is they are expensive.

Fjellrev

I agree, I wish they were a little cheaper.

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5 tasting notes

I am in LOVE with these tea bags! They are perfect for when you’re on the go & want to take some perfect portions of your favorite teas with you for another brew! I always keep a pack of 100 filters in my cupboard (much cheaper in the long run than the 20 packs, even though I don’t use them very often – I usually use an infuser at home) because they’re just so handy & I LOVE the fact that they’re unbleached!!

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7 tasting notes

I’m a huge fan of brewing leaves and resteeping. Life gets busy and thankfully these bags allow you to take your fresh loose leaf tea on the go. My go to teas are oolongs but these bags don’t leave much room for expanding so I tend to use teas with smaller leaves – other than that ingenious invention!

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My tea ban on weekends is just.. dude I want tea now uggh.

But I’ve decided to just go ahead and review my teaware!
So I picked these up a couple months ago, for mother since she hates brewing loose leaf at work because it’s just too much of a hassle for her. She works as a nurse at a pediatrics office so a legit pot and kettle is definitely a bit overkill. I had some of the finum tea bags, but she hates how those don’t stay closed. Figured these would be perfect!
So I bought these for her, grabbed about 25 for myself, and I love them so much! I don’t think they really leave a lot of room for the tea to expand, so I usually use them with my herbal/rooibos teas. Which is pretty much perfect cuz I use these on my lazy days for easy clean-up and lazy-me usually comes out in the last hours of the day.
Easy sachets with teas that don’t expand that are caffeine-free. Oh it’s perfect.

Pretty much, I love these and they’re great and I love having them around :)

Stephanie

I love these bags, but switched to cheaper ones I can buy locally instead (but no drawstring!). I use them for the exact same reason, ease of use at work.

jump62359

Yeah, I had ones like these without the drawstring, but the drawstring is what my mom loves so that’s why I got these for her :)
She uses this every day because of work, but for me, I spend a lot of time at home studying so I don’t necessarily need these, but they’re definitely nice to have!

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I haven’t got a lot of experience with customisable teabags but I have to admit these ones are awesome and much better than the ones you can get from T2, the Australian equivalent of DAVIDs. Also cheaper, actually, so I guess I’m missing out on a lot when people say these are expensive!

I prefer to use other brewing methods around the house and I have a timolino when I’m on the run but I have these around as a backup and for guests who aren’t comfortable with tackling loose leaf—putting it in a teabag makes them feel more comfortable. Because they’re weirdos. But I’ll get them in the club soon enough…

Courtney

Because they’re weirdos haha!

jump62359

Ha, that’s my mother!
She drinks looseleaf, but she prefers it in the bag because it’s easier. And when I went home for spring break, she saw I was kinda tea crazy and made me weigh my teas and prepackage them into 4g bags ahha.

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587 tasting notes

I love these filters and think they are the best. I just put my tea leaves in and pull the drawstring close. So easy!

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8 tasting notes

These tea filters are absolutely brilliant and soo convenient! I use them for mainly CTC teas or flavoured greens/blacks or herbals (like DAVIDsTEA’s North African Mint, Peet’s Coffee and Tea’s English and Irish Breakfast teas, and Teavana’s Berry Almond Amaretto). I save oolongs, pu’erh and long leafed teas for my DAVIDsTEA Steeper or DAVIDsTEA’s gung fu teapot, which brew better with those teawares.

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