EcoTeas, Tea Straw, 1 Straw
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6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1175250 on Jul 05, 2012
This tea straw is really great. At the bottom it has a little spiral doohickey that stops any tiny bit of leaf getting into the straw. In practice, the tea is as free of leaves as with a teabag. This is far superior to many other bombillas I've looked at, which have holes down the bottom instead, and tend to allow in small tea leaves.
It's also super easy to clean - the little spiral part lifts up easily with a spring mechanism. A rinse under the tap will basically have it back to pristine condition, and it's dishwasher safe. The straw also allows me to drink tea lying down. Best way to drink tea!
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1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2406648 on May 27, 2013
I bought two of these straws, for use with my own herbal mixtures of tea. I put my teas in a cup, then sip from the straw. It completely filters the tea, and only needs a quick rinse to clean. Excellent buy, as more primitive ones are the same price at my local co-op. Very high quality stainless steel, made in Argentina. For anyone who grows and harvests their own herbs, or makes their own blends, this is so much easier than trying to make tea bags, or filter with baskets. And the design is the very best of them all.
Not good with small pieces of tea leaves
Posted by Reviewer2126349 on Dec 29, 2012
With the Yerba Mate loose tea leaf I bought, it seems to go through once the teas have infused the water.
I think it works well with large tea leaves.
WOW What a great way to drink tea
Posted by Reviewer2798647 on Apr 05, 2013
This is a super invention. I use it to drink my Jasmine/Green loose leaf tea.
Tea Straw works great!
Posted by Reviewer1686088 on Jun 12, 2013
Love this metal tea straw for sipping teas and coffees...have had a terrible tooth stain from my hot drinks, but straw has helped a lot, indeed.