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Classic Stainless Steel Strainer with Drip Bowl

Our classic stainless steel strainer has a fine mesh which strains even the finest of herbal infusions and comes with a stainless steel drip bowl, minimising mess during your tea or herbal infusion taking experience. Herbal infusions generally need to be brewed for longer, with more water-to-herb circulation. We, therefore, recommend that you brew in basket-free teapots, including our beautifully designed glass teaware, and for some of our finer herbal infusions (such as mountain mint, elderflower and linden ), our classic tea strainer is recommended for the clearest cup. 

Delivery time 1 - 5 working days

  • Our classic stainless steel strainer has a fine mesh which strains even the finest of herbal infusions and comes with a stainless steel drip bowl, minimising mess during your tea or herbal infusion taking experience.
  • This product may be washed in a dishwasher. Please follow the instructions of your dishwasher manual. Please do not use metal polishers or cleansers for cleaning. Doing so may scratch the surface and cause discolouration. Please also refrain from washing with bleach.
Please note that for some of our finer herbal infusions (such as mountain mint, elderflower and linden, a further mesh strainer is recommended for the clearest cup. 

Deliveries outside the UK are available on request, please contact us with your delivery address and order, as we will be able to arrange international delivery via standard postal service or courier.

Handmade mouthblown borosilicate glass teapot with stainless steel strainer

Glass blowing is a glass forming technique that humans have used to shape glass since the 1st century B.C. The technique consists of inflating molten glass with a blowpipe to form a sort of glass bubble, that can be molded into beautiful glassware.