Filters and infusers
China

Paper Tea Filters from Camellia Sinensis | Case of 10 boxes

Product code: CSAC-416
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These compostable filter bags, with the Camellia Sinensis touch, are complete with a convenient draw string.

The unbleached paper filters are easy to load and close to hold their contents.

They can be filled in advance for tea drinking on the road.

Ecological and neutral in flavour, these filters can be used to brew directly in the cup, or a teapot. Each sachet can easily accommodate 3 to 4 tablespoons of most teas and can therefore be used for infusions of larger volumes.

Offered in a practical case of 10 boxes of 50 units, these filter bags may be the missing element for drinking your favourite teas in or out of the house.

Height: 10.75 cm

Width: 8 cm

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Technique # 1


"Chinese style": keeping the leaves in the flask

- Warm the inside of the flask with hot water for a few seconds.

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