Tea Filter Paper - 40 Count

11 reviews
$3.99
SKU 61001

Limit 3 Cases per Person.


Made from high-quality, strong bio-degradable paper

Melitta tea filter’s gusseted bottom allows it to freely stand for better saturation, and finely woven micro pores enable the water to flow through the bag for better steeping

This pouch-shaped filter won’t slip into your tea. The 7 ¼ inch length enables you to fold the top over the edge of teapot or cup for easy removal

Holds enough tea or herbal leaves to brew an entire pot, or just one cup

Pack of 40 filters

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5.0 Based on 11 Reviews
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JB
04/01/2021
Jeannie B.
United States United States
Purchase of Three Boxes of Tea Filters

Received the items in a timely manner. Suggestion: perhaps next time you could ship via a box. The three boxes of tea filters I ordered were crushed due to being shipped via a large envelope. It's ok though. I'm really not complaining. Just happy to receive the filters. Thank you!

DC
10/28/2020
Deborah C.

Love the tea bags!

BS
10/03/2020
Beat S.

The Melitta Tea Filters are made of unbleached paper and don't leave any residue or taste when making tea. Also, as each bag with the spent tea leaves is either recycled or put into the garbage, there is no messy cleaning of other types of filters.

JL
08/28/2020
Jessica L.

Tea bags work well. I've been using this tea bag for over 10 years.

AT
06/20/2020
Amelia T.

Wish I'd started buying these direct from Melitta years ago. Love these loose leaf Tea Filters, I've been using them for 8+years. While pre-bagged teas generally taste quite bitter to me, loose leaf teas have been a delight. The problem with loose leaf teas for me has been the debris left at the bottom of my cup or tea pot - whether a mesh tea ball/basket or a stainless steel ball with holes or silicone with holes, they all manage to let some debris remain behind. I'm also lazy - cleaning the strainer is annoying. I can compost these, they don't alter the flavor of my tea, there's no leaf or dust litter left behind. They have significant capacity if you're brewing multiple servings. They're durable enough for multiple uses (though I've stopped at 2), if wastefulness is a concern, and I've yet to have one tear on me. I've experienced no problems with quality, and hope to continue well into the future.