~ Tea Infuser - 3 inch dia! Mesh Ball made from Stainless Steel ~

Tea Infuser - 3" Mesh Ball, Stainless Steel
Tea Infuser - 3" Mesh Ball, Stainless Steel
Item# ta_inf_3_meshball_03
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Product Description

Great Tea Infuser - 3 inch dia. Mesh ball design made from stainless steel so it will not rust. Will last for years to come. This tea ball holds approximately 6-8 tsp of tea or herbs, depending on the density. This infuser works well for brewing a gallon of kombucha tea!

Suggested Uses: Fill infuser 1/2 full with tea. Immerse in boiled water and let steep for 3 to 6 minutes.

Origin: Made in China.

Min. Order is $9.95

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