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Heart Shape Stainless Steel Tea Infuser Loose Leaf Strainer Filter Herb Steeper

 

Brand New and High Quality

Perfect for drinking tea, steeping your herbs or flowers.

Place the tea, herbs or flowers into the filter, and put into the hot water for a few minutes.
Made from durable material and nice design.

Easy to use, easy to clean.

The widest part (heart) is 4cm, the length with handle is approximately 14cm.

Heart Shape Stainless Steel Tea Infuser Loose Leaf Strainer Filter Herb Steeper

£4.70Price
  • Brew the Perfect Cup:

    Fill your infuser: Add approximately 1 teaspoon of your chosen herb, flowers, or tea leaves per cup of water.

    Tip: Start with a little less and adjust to your taste. With natural products, less can often be more!

    Steep for Flavor: Place the filled infuser in your cup or teapot and pour warm or boiling water over it.

    Release the Goodness: Let the tea steep for 2-3 minutes to allow the flavors to fully infuse.

    Remove the tea infuser and enjoy your drink.

  • The mid-19th century saw the widespread acceptance of the tea ball, which at that time was part aesthetic, part utensil. As most were made of ornate silver, these pieces were considered to be decorative essentials as much as they were workhorse gadgets.

    From simple cylindrical or spherical shapes to baskets, apples, canisters, gourds, and hearts, tea balls were typically two hinged or screwed parts that served as a colander, or strainer, for whole or partial tea leaves.

    Tea drinkers’ love affair with infusers was — and is — certainly rooted in the craftsmanship and the charm of the tea ball.

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