Good & Proper Tea

Prettea Tea Filters for Loose Leaf

(earns 20 Taste Points)
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Brand: Good & Proper Tea
Product Type:
Drinks Accessories Specification
Material(s): Recycled Materials
Size(s): Small
Usability: Kitchenware Travel Friendly
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Prettea Tea Filters for Loose Leaf

These convenient, disposable tea filters are a great option for brewing your favourite loose leaf teas when travelling or when you don't have access to a pot or infuser.  Simply fill the paper filter with your tea leaves, fold the excess paper over the edge of your cup or pot and add hot water - just as you would with a tea bag. 

These filters are chlorine-free-bleached, fully compostable and made from abaca pulp, cellulose and sealing fibres to ensure true-flavour filtering.

100 filters per box.

Length: 188mm, Width: 79mm

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