Steep Sacks for Full-Leaf Loose Tea and Herbs

93052 Price:$7.00

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$7.00 - (1) Box of 100 #93052

In Stock

Ships within 24-48 hours

Individual filters made from unbleached paper for full-leaf tea. Makes brewing full-leaf tea and herbs as easy as using a traditional tea bag. Use in both cups and teapots.

More About This Product

Product Dimensions
Width: 3 ¼"
Height: 7 ½"


Wood Cellulose

Country of Origin


What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 5 Star

Best way to brew loose tea

5 Stars Best way to brew loose tea

from AK on wrote:

Could never figure out an easy way to brew loose tea - this product is it!


5 Stars Awesome!

from CO on wrote:

these bags are so user friendly for tea, chai, mulling wine... I use them almost every day, at home and at work. I really dig them

Great for the fine stuff!

4 Stars Great for the fine stuff!

from CO on wrote:

These sacks are great to use up that fine powder and small tea leaves in the bottom of your loose leaf tea bag/tin. But I had no idea they were so HUGE! It's only a small detail, but I'd like to have an option to buy a smaller size. I realize this large size must be in demand obviously, but I think the larger bag size also makes it harder for it to steep in smaller cups. Either way, it is definitely a great product. Thanks!

Perfect solution for travel mugs

5 Stars Perfect solution for travel mugs

from NY on wrote:

I personally like my tea to steep a long time and often drink on the go in a travel mug. These steep sacks are the perfect solution to holding in the loose tea without the need to worry about a strainer or diffuser. Love them!

Love my nylon tea basket, BUT. . .

4 Stars Love my nylon tea basket, BUT. . .

from IA on wrote:

I wish it came with a tight cover so it can be used in a teapot or large container for iced tea. I really prefer cold brewing my ice tea. I have fashioned one, using nylon fabric and elastic cord, but ithe elastic doesn't hold up long using boiling water. I was anxious to try the floating infuser, but the reviews changed my mind. If it had finer mesh stainless steel and an easier to open lid, YES, I would want it! Until then I'll stick with "make your own" tea bags and the nylon basket!