Good Product: T-Sac Tea Filters

Good Product: T-Sac Tea Filters

Janel Laban
Jan 15, 2008

Our recent survey on hot drinks showed that many of you are drinking tea to keep you warm this winter. We are tea addicts and have all sorts of black, rooibois and herbal teas that we drink over the course of the day.

The best of these teas are loose leaf, which can create a hassle at work. (Remember Chow's great feature on High Tea in Cubicle-Land?) Do you take a tea steeper to work, or a tea-press mug?

T-Sac Tea Filters are made out out of specially-developed chlorine free, natural unbleached paper. They come in four sizes suited for single cup to teapot servings.

We really like how these can be filled with tea and closed, so that no leaves creep out into our cup. The folded flap at the top is more secure than it appears. But the teabag also expands at the bottom, giving plenty of room for the water to move freely through the tea leaves - an improvement over many tea balls, which compress the tea so much there's no way for it to infuse properly.

Then, when the tea is fully infused, the used bags are fully biodegradable and can be composted.

We're loving our little packet of tea bags; they're letting us drink more tea in our busy work day than ever before, without the fuss of a teapot or strainer.

All four sizes are available through Amazon for about $4.95 to $6.95 for a package of 100 filters. Also check your local tea shop, which is where we found ours.

Originally posted by Faith on The Kitchn.

Apartment Therapy supports our readers with carefully chosen product recommendations to improve life at home. You support us through our independently chosen links, many of which earn us a commission.
moving--truck moving--dates moving--dolly moving--house moving--cal Created with Sketch. moving--apt