Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel

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Ditch those polluting, plastic containing tea bags with our Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel. This makes loose leaf tea as convenient as tea-bags.

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Ditch those polluting, plastic containing tea bags with our Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel. Most tea-bags contain plastic to make them heat-resistant. This also stops them breaking down in compost or landfill. It's like a traditional tea strainer that brews the tea in a cup or suitably sized teapot.

The best solution is to use loose-leaf tea in our Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel. Just put a teaspoon of tea in the infuser, place in your mug and add boiling water. Let it brew for 2 to 4 minutes and you'll have the perfect cup of tea! The infuser can also fit into some teapots, but check the sizes.

You can dispose of the used tea-leaves in compost, garden or, as a last resort, the bin, safe in the knowledge that it will break down quickly and completely. Also the tea itself is far superior to tea bag tea.

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1. Material: food grade 304 stainless steel.

2. Size (approx.): upper diameter of 8.8cm upper diameter by 7.5cm height, lower diameter of 5.4cm.

3. Color: Silver.

Where to get your loose leaf tea

Most good supermarkets will stock loose-leaf tea. Here are some online and other suppliers:

Twinings loose leaf tea

We are tea

Whittards loose leaf tea

Sainsbury's loose leaf tea

Tesco loose leaf tea

Here at ECO Arcade we are particularly fond of Co Op's 99 loose leaf tea or Indian Pronce loose leaf tea.

Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel <p>Ditch those polluting, plastic containing tea bags with our Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel. Most tea-bags contain plastic to make them heat-resistant. This also stops them breaking down in compost or landfill. It's like a traditional tea strainer that brews the tea in a cup or suitably sized teapot.</p> <p>The best solution is to use loose-leaf tea in our Loose-leaf tea infuser in stainless steel. Just put a teaspoon of tea in the infuser, place in your mug and add boiling water. Let it brew for 2 to 4 minutes and you'll have the perfect cup of tea! The infuser can also fit into some teapots, but check the sizes.</p> <p>You can dispose of the used tea-leaves in compost, garden or, as a last resort, the bin, safe in the knowledge that it will break down quickly and completely. Also the tea itself is far superior to tea bag tea.</p> <h2>Product details</h2> <p>1. Material: food grade 304 stainless steel.</p> <p>2. Size (approx.): upper diameter of 8.8cm upper diameter by 7.5cm height, lower diameter of 5.4cm.</p> <p>3. Color: Silver.</p> <h2>Where to get your loose leaf tea</h2> <p>Most good supermarkets will stock loose-leaf tea. Here are some online and other suppliers:</p> <p><a href="https://www.twinings.co.uk/tea/loose-tea" target="_blank">Twinings loose leaf tea</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.wearetea.com/collections/loose-leaf-tea" target="_blank">We are tea</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.whittard.co.uk/tea/brewing-style/loose-tea" target="_blank">Whittards loose leaf tea</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/drinks/loose-tea" target="_blank">Sainsbury's loose leaf tea</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/shop/drinks/tea/loose-leaf-tea/all" target="_blank">Tesco loose leaf tea</a></p> <p>Here at ECO Arcade we are particularly fond of Co Op's 99 loose leaf tea or Indian Pronce loose leaf tea.</p>
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