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Teafilters

Tea Filters and japanese knives

Tea Filters and japanese knives

Tea can either be poured directly into the teapot meaning poring
out through a sieve after brewing. Or you use teabags, a tea filter
or an infuser to filter the tea. There are many different types of
tea filters. All types were manufactured to make the preparation
of your favourite tea simple and practical...
Permanent filter with stainless steel material
The filter is suitable for both the making of black tea and herbal
tea. Long life span! True to aroma! Tasteless! The heatproof lid
can be used as drip catcher for the permanent filter. Dishwasherproof.
Bamboo tea filter
These filters comprise 100% bamboo.
Bamboo is a fast-growing raw material and is becoming more
and more popular.
Cotton tea filter
Our cotton tea filters are made from 100% unbleached cotton
and are dishwasher-proof. They are suitable for all loose teas and
are available in 4 different sizes.
Stainless steel tea filters
Our stainless steel filters are made from rust-proof 18/10 stainless
steel. The advantages at a glance:
Hygienic: The shiny metallic surface makes it difficult for bacteria
to embed themselves and breed.
Neutral to foodstuffs: Taste and look of the foodstuff remains
unchanged - even in contact with aggressive, very acidic components
or fruit and vegetables like lemon juice, concentrated vinegar,
etc.
Easy to clean: With a minimum of care, stainless steel can,
apart from signs of use, be both optically and technically convincing
for centuries.
Robust: Resistant to impact, fall and wear and tear. Dishwasher-
proof.
Paper tea filter
Our paper tea filters are made from high quality wooden pulp,
pulp, and is a tasteless natural product that can be composted.
The finely porous fibres of the paper guarantee extremely high
strength. With the completely newly developed packing, we have
created an excellent mixture of functionality and design that
suggestively enhance any tea shelf.