Tea Ball (Clam Shell)

Tea ball (clam shell) is great for making tea with loose leaves. See more about it below.

Tea Ball (Clam Shell)

Tea Ball (Clam Shell)

More About A Clam Shell Tea Ball:

This is a very handy gadget to use for making tea from loose dried regular or herbal tea leaves such as lemon balm, peppermint, and spearmint, instead of brewing the tea and having to use a tea strainer when pouring the tea into a cup. When the handle of this device is squeezed, the two halves opens allowing you to scoop up enough loose dry leaves to make 2 cups of tea. When the tea ball is full, release the pressure on the handle and the clam shell will close; remove the excess dry tea leaves from the closed joint back into the tea leaf container. Place the tea ball into 2 cups of boiling hot water and let steep for 5 to 10 minutes, and you’re ready to serve the tea.

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