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Jul 17th, '09, 18:39
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where to buy tetsubin filter basket to use in matcha can?

by fmoreira272 » Jul 17th, '09, 18:39

Im looking for a small enough tetsubin basket that can fit inside my matcha can(2 inches diameter). i lost the sifter i had when traveling. thanks

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by betta » Jul 19th, '09, 04:57

Take a look at Holy Mountain Trading Co., they have the filters you've been looking for.

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by shogun89 » Jul 19th, '09, 10:38

Why do you have to have it fit inside your can? I use my filter basket from my Teavana tetsubin, dosnt go it the can but its always handy.

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by Victoria » Jul 19th, '09, 13:01

Thanks Shogun, now it seems I need that Phoenix and Dragon Tea Canister.
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by MisterPanda » Jul 19th, '09, 14:08

http://www.zensuke.com/cairtrcoteaw.html

Zensuke is a GREAT site, with high quality stuff at reasonable prices. The owner is really helpful too.

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by fmoreira272 » Jul 19th, '09, 14:10

thanks a lot for the link. But they dont carry anything smaller than 55mm, I need about 50mm(2 inches) to be able to fit inside the can. since matcha powder sticks to everything i rinse the basket and let dry but I already forgot 2 behind. having something that will fit inside will be neat. i bought a matcha canister but kind big compared to the matcha can and wont fit in my nodate, plus its not as airtight as the cans.
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I have seen very small baskets at Teavana tetsubins. too bad they dont sell it separately.

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by MisterPanda » Jul 19th, '09, 14:15

By the way, you could always make your own. Just get some fine mesh from a local hardware store and a metal ring of the right diameter, glue with heat/moisture resistant glue, and there you go! You could have it be the perfect size, plus it might cost a little less.

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by fmoreira272 » Jul 19th, '09, 14:37

MisterPanda wrote:Here is one with a 2" diameter.

http://www.tea-time.com/prodView.asp?id ... &idCat=155
Thanks for the link. its a bit too much for a strainer. since they mentioned Beehouse i checked their website and its cheaper but with shipping(8.00) its not worth it.
MisterPanda wrote:By the way, you could always make your own. Just get some fine mesh from a local hardware store and a metal ring of the right diameter, glue with heat/moisture resistant glue, and there you go! You could have it be the perfect size, plus it might cost a little less.
I'm not that handy... :roll: Maybe i will put a request on Etsy!

Right now im browsing amazon for a cheap teapot that comes with a basket. It kind makes me think what am I doing on a sunday afternoon looking for a piece of teaware. Im having way too much tea lately... :lol:

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