- Dimensiones del producto: 11,9 x 3 x 10,9 cm ; 100 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 60/4205500
- ASIN: B002WB12IE
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 3 de mayo de 2014
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº239.755 en Hogar y cocina (Ver el Top 100 en Hogar y cocina)
Finum 60/420.55.00 - Filtros de papel para té (100 unidades, tamaño de taza, con palillo para cierre)
- Finum 100-Cup Size Filters and Stick
- Cup Size
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100 Filters + 1 Stick;Aromatreu white paper (chlorine-free);With double bottom-fold.;Length (Filter): 2,8-inch, Width (Filter): 3,9-inch, Length (Stick): 5,1-inch;Instructions for use are available in 4 languages (D, FR, USA/GB, NL). Instructions on the use of the stick located on the back of the box.
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I've read the other reviews and understand where they're coming from. When these filters collapse on itself (when pouring water into them) - it's very tricky to reopen them - and the tea leaves start leaking out of the filter through the top. Frustrating... However,....
I love these filters because they are not only strong but also wide at the bottom - this allows the full expansion of the tea leaves. Some filters out there are too narrow at the bottom and in my opinion doesn't allow for the full expansion of the tea leaves.
Also, these filters are quite strong. I like to squeeze the tea filter with the tea leaves between infusions and these hold up extremely well no matter what temperature I use (doesn't disintegrate). I've used other filters that broke open after the 2nd infusion - very frustrating (waste of money). I'm so glad to find these bc they renewed my faith in tea filters!! :D
It also helps to know that these are "green" - no dioxins were used - only oxygen to "bleach" these white and the ease of throwing them into a compost/landscape pile - makes it an easy choice. :D Give these a try!!
Review done :D
Below is just an Extra overview on how I use the filters:
To help get the most of these tea filters: I open the tea filter and fluff the bottom open with my fingers (finger scissor kick).
Then I poke a chopstick about 1/4" from the top and 1/4" Off centered to the right (right handed). This may seem odd but the "Off centered" poke allows a bigger area to pour water through and prevents the filter collapsing on itself. If you're left handed - poke the chopstick about 1/4" Off centered to the left.
For some reason if it's poked right in the middle/center - the filter has more of a propensity to collapse onto itself and leak tea leaves into the brew. After you poke the chopstick into the filter - open the filter wide as its laying in your tea mug.
When the water comes to temperature - hold the filter corner closest to you and carefully pour the water into the tea bag. The direct contact between the tea leaves and poured water helps to create a full infusion and maximum tea leaf expansion (rather than just pouring the water into the mug then placing the tea bag into the water).
Afterwards I use a tea press (tongs) and carefully squeeze the tea filter/tea leaves to get the most of each infusion. I place the tea filter/tea leaves in another mug. The chopstick will keep it suspended in the other mug for clean safe keeping until the next infusion.
I use one tea filter for about 2 - 3 infusions depending on the type of tea. Between each infusion the filter is squeezed with a tea press - these Finum's hold up really well! Like I mentioned earlier, I've had other tea filters that busted open after the 2nd squeeze.
Again, overall, very pleased with these Finum Medium filters!! Give them a try! :D
I bought these for ~ $6 in January 2014 from Amazon plus free shipping as a prime member... now the price has gone up to nearly ~$14?? That is insane. Does not worth this high price and I am not ordering it anymore at this price.
I keep buying these bags, though, because they're the perfect size for a single cup.
Unfortunately, the more delicate flavors from my teas are dulled or not present in the brewed cup. This is to be expected with this type of filter but is something worth noting. Don't waste your best teas on these.
My wife drinks tea and I drink coffee. When we brew drinks we don't need to do a full pot of tea. However, we found that most filters and tea balls don't allow the tea to unfurl and steep properly. This product solves the steeping problem with the convenience of paper filters.
I think the Finum filter material is better than the Melitta filters I used to use and doesn't impart any funky flavor into the tea.
The only negative to these filters is that they only work in a cup that is about 8 to 10 ounces and not too deep. If the filters fit your cups than they are a solid 5 star item.