Tea Ball 2

Tea Ball 2
Product Code: wi-stb-5
$0.94
Reg. price: $2.06
Savings: $1.12 (54%)
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Description
Tea Ball, 2". Standard easy to use tea infuser ball to hold loose tea leaves without allowing any particles to seep into the tea. Perfect for brewing fresh teas with full flavor. Can be used in any teapot.






Tea Ball 2
$0.95
5 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
Adam
LA, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Wonderful Product for my Restaurant
May 25, 2011
I bought these tea balls for my upscale restaurant and they have been a real hit. My customers love picking fresh tea to put in the ball and they love the tea as well. I am selling more desert as a result and have already paid for these tea balls from the profits. I would definitely recommend this product and lionsdeal.com
Pros:
pays for itself with extra sales.

Pattie
Overton, Nevada
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great flavor
May 16, 2011
The tea ball is so great for making tea, our shop specializes in various types of teas from all over the world, ice or hot this tea ball emits great flavor without the mess!

Madison
Ashford, Washington
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

We like it!
May 11, 2011
This tea ball makes tea making a breeze and I think it gives it better flavor. If you have a big tea demand like our shop does, this is a worthwhile investment at a very decent price.
Pros:
very decent price will surely buy more of these

Melanie
Miami, Florida
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Summer time Iced Teas
May 8, 2011
Our little stand on the boardwalk is famous for its natural Iced Teas. In the summer time we love brewing up tons of natural flavors of our valued costumers. This Tea Ball 2, is great, the tea leaves can be loose without getting all over. Thanks for the great pricing at lions deal. (Josh was a big help in terms of costumer service.)




Product Information
In Stock:Yes
Sold in units of:1
Product Code:wi-stb-5
Manufacturer:Winco

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