Coffee Cup Tea Filter

Introduction: Coffee Cup Tea Filter

 You are in the office and happen to like Tea over coffe (Yes, geeks comes in different flavour you know?).

Being the tea lover you are you do not use low quality tea bags but stir the precious leaves in hot water as it should be.

Well done my friends, I am proud of you all!

So here is a way to enjoy your tea even  more.

Build yourself a coffe cup tea filter (Oh the irony :D )

Step 1: Get a Small Coffe Cup and a Pin

 I would doubt that you'll have many difficulties in finding this laying around in your office

Step 2: Pinprick the Cup

 Three times around the side and a whole lot on the bottom will be quite fine, thank you.

Step 3: Put Filter in Cup, Add Tea, Pour Water

A good pinch of heavenly leaves, a good cup of hot boiling water and you are three minutes from happiness.

Step 4: Rinse and Reuse

Yes yes, absolutely!

Drop the used leaves in the bin clear it under water and let it dry a bit and it is ready to be reused. 

Step 5: Enjoy Your Cup of Tea

 Sugar milk or lemon?

While you enjoy your cup, please vote on the button above for the coffee cup challenge.

Thank you for your visit :)

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    12 Comments

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    sfcsarah
    sfcsarah

    10 years ago on Introduction

    as a tea lover who isn't very fond of coffee, the irony isn't lost on me.

    Great job. Simple, but ingenious and effective.

    :)

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    capricorn
    capricorn

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

     Thank you a lot my friend. I use this opportunity to inform that I' concurring to the coffee cup challenge, so feel free to vote for me if you liked it :)

    Thank you for your kindness

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    sfcsarah
    sfcsarah

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Oh, you're welcome. I already voted yesterday.

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    sfcsarah
    sfcsarah

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    for your instructable, I mean (if that wasn't clear)

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    9lucky2
    9lucky2

    11 years ago on Introduction

    hmm... how did i not think of this so useful yet so simple
    i rated 4 stars but for some reason its rated 3? 
    and I am the only one who rated?
    anyways good job

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    ChrysN
    ChrysN

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Great idea, loose leaf tea is much better but I often shy away from it because it's messy.

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    bruc33ef
    bruc33ef

    11 years ago on Introduction

     Good one.  A piece of nylon pantyhose works, too, if one is available, and is also more permanent.


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    capricorn
    capricorn

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

     Good idea.

    I'll imediately ask one of my female coworkers.

    ... Wait... ^_^"