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PG Tips 240 Original Pyramid Tea Bags from Great Britain

PG tips

PG Tips 240 Original Pyramid Tea Bags from Great Britain

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Product Description Product Description
  • PG Tips Tea Bags Cleverly designed to give the tea leaves more room to move, releasing the great PG tips taste
  • PG Teabags 240 Count Whether it's a morning wake up or bedtime brew, PG tips Black Tea is sure to hit the spot when you need it most
  • Pop your tea bag in hot water, infuse for 2-3 min, add milk and sugar if preferred, then enjoy!
  • PG tips tea is made with tea leaves from Rain forest Alliance Certified Estates
  • Britain Number One English breakfast Tea for British Food
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Mostly harmlessIt would have been nice if the tea had been sealed, to keep it fresh. Instead, it is just a bunch of tagless teabags stuffed in a cardboard box with some cellophane wrapped around it.The result: inoffensive, bland, weak tea -- an especially remarkable accomplishment, given the tea bags contain three grams of tea, rather than the usual two.If this is what they consider fine tea in England, I shudder to think what the rest of their tea tastes like.Of course, given the sorry state of corporate conglomerate tea brands in America, the situation here is not much better.You probably won't find it in American supermarkets, but Lipton Yellow Label International tea is excellent (not to be confused with Lipton tea, which is nasty stuff), and comes in individually sealed tea bags. To older folks, it will taste familiar, for Yellow Label is what tea here (including Lipton tea) used to taste like. It makes excellent iced tea, too.I guess British expats will like PG Tips out of nostalgia, or patriotism, or to remind them they aren't Americans, thank goodness. You are what you eat, so if Brits drink American tea they will turn into Americans. (We Americans, on the other hand, don't particularly care where our tea comes from, or where our food comes from, for that matter. Eating foreign food doesn't make us any less American. America is made up of foreigners, and their wonderful foods. And we know how to use Metric, we just chose not to.)But there are some problems with this, the main one being that they don't actually grow tea in England (nor is American tea grown in America - Lipton is actually a Dutch company), so their national identity is tied to an imported food, which is actually pretty common in the UK these days, I hear.I do not recommend PG Tips. It is stale tea that has lost its taste.The trouble with this is that much of the tea sold in American supermarkets these days is pretty bad, compared with what was the norm when I was a kid in the 1960s. So PG Tips may seem like a gourmet brand, by comparison.American corporations have found that if they buy up a famous brand food, tea or coffee, they can lower the quality a little bit at a time and people will keep buying it. So they keep making a product cheaper and cheaper and cheaper, and the corporation makes advertisements saying it is new and improved, and moronic consumers keep on buying it, and greedy corporations make more and more money. Wait a generation, and the new generation will think this is what good stuff tastes like, when it is actually bad, cheap stuff.This is not exactly a well-kept secret, and corporations outside the U.S. have to varying degrees emulated this tactic.For what it's worth, PG Tips, introduced in 1930 by Brooke Bond, is now owned by Unilever, a British-Dutch-based corporation. Brooke Bond, founded in 1845 in England, is also owned by Unilever. The famous British tea name Lipton, founded 1890, is also owned by Unilever, with Pepsi having jurisdiction in some locales. And the grand old British name, Tetley, founded in England in 1837, is the largest seller of tea in the UK and Canada. It is British in name only, and is owned by an Indian company, Tata, which makes everything from shoes to trucks. It also makes the famous American brand, Eight O'Clock Coffee. At least in India, unlike England, they actual grow fine tea and coffee beans.I got suckered by the PG Tips hype. Some advice: the grass is not always greener on the other side, the tea is not necessarily better on the other side of the pond, and just because they invented it doesn't mean British English is better than American or Canadian English. So there!Seriously, don't tie your identity, especially your national identity, to corporate brand names. They are just using you. Most brands and most corporations are international now. Better to tie your identity to Planet Earth.3Substandard teabag materials results in loose tea floating in cup. P tooey!!Product box was crushed and soft. Loose tea dust everywhere.Finally, and most disappointing, was that the tea bags seem to be made of a more flimsy material. As a result, they are frequently bursting while being squeezed out - something that rarely happened previously.I hope the company can rectify this problem. The fix is easy - go back to using the same teabag material as they did before. I don t enjoy having to strain my tea. If the next purchase results in the same situation I ll be changing my tea selection. My loyalty to sellers only extends as far as their loyalty to me...3You will love it!One taste, and you will swap out your old black tea for PG Tips tea. It s amazing. This is black tea, and it s stronger than boring Lipton black tea. So you might wanna let it seep, and pull tea bag out after few minutes. If you like strong keep tea bag inside cup while drinking. Delicious! Winner in my house. We all love tea!!5My wife drinks this every single dayThis is the only tea my wife will drink. Once she tasted PG Tips no other tea tasted so good or pleased so well. My wife drinks many cups of this a day. Every single day. I drink it as well, but not as much as my wife, but then I drink more coffee than tea. PG Tips is the only tea we buy since discovering this wonderful tea. Used to find it in the stores we shopped, but they stopped bringing it in --- that's retail --- the big money companies pay for space and push the little really good ones out, or they buy them out (and things appear on grocery shelves according to who pays the most! Yep. A fact.) Anyway --- that's why we order this tea from Amazon on a regular basis. And we will continue to do so. This is a wonderful tea. Really delicious and so comforting and what a tea should be. Flavorful! Consistently good.5This is such good tea and an excellent price.My favorite brand of tea. Another reviewer said it was inferior and stale because it is not individually wrapped. I disagree. I don t like overwrapped products. Too much waste. My PG Tips is always fresh when I purchase. When I open it at home I put it in an airtight container. In the countries where tea is grown, they do not generally use teabags. They certainly don t wouldn t prefer to package them individually.5Best Tea I've Ever TastedI really like PG Tips. I drink it hot and I make Ice Tea. I put two tea bags in a microwave-safe glass, fill with water and put in the microwave oven for 2 minutes. While that's going on I put about 1/2 gal of water in a sauce-pan and place on the stove, high heat. after 2 minutes I stir the hot tea & bags in the glass until really dark then pour the strong tea mixture into the pan of heating water, turn off the heat and stir for about a minute. Pour into a gallon container(I use an old plastic milk jug) and then top off with clear water. Keeps in the fridge for 2 weeks without spoiling! I can make a gallon of ice tea in less than 5 minutes this way.I gave my brother-in-law a box of 150 bags of PG Tips and he makes Sun Tea with two bags and a gallon of water. Makes a great gift for a tea drinker. After PG Tips you won't be satisfied with Lipton any more!!!5My very favorite tea!I was introduced to PG Tips tea years ago and fell in love with it! It is strong and I can get almost 3 cups of hot tea from one bag! I like to buy the bigger box of tea and I will put the tea in a zip-lock bag and put it in the freezer. Why? I hate running out and waiting for my new box to arrive. When I get down to half a bag, I order more. I've also give a few tea bags to friends and they love it too. The local big box store does sell the small box but not the big boxes of tea. You can't go wrong with PG Tips tea!5Best Tea!I LOVE PG Tips!! Purchasing this tea through this seller is very cost effective and incredibly quick!5You'll never drink American black tea again...American Lipton tea pales in comparison to this very strong British tea. Much more flavor. For one individual cup, it packs a strong caffeine punch, and goes very well with any added sweeteners. (I use Stevia powder).This stuff is AMAZING as iced tea or just room temperature tea... I have been making a big pitcher of this tea for many months now, and I just haven't gotten sick of it. (Normally I get obsessed with a certain tea for about 3 weeks max, and then I just can't drink it anymore) .... but not this stuff. I could not believe I went through the whole 240 count box. When I first bought it, the box was enormous and I was embarrassed at how much tea I'd bought, and I was certain I wouldn't finish it. But it's just so good, it has basically replaced the water bottle I keep at my desk. Instead of the water, I just drink a pitcher of this daily, which happens to be1.5 L of water, with only 2 tea bags, because it's very strong!!!It is also extremely well-priced ... I calculated it, and one pitcher of this tea costs me $0.12. Or if you make individual cups, it's about a nickel per cup. haha5Stale teaI bought these as my stock of PG Tips that I brought from the UK had run out. They did not taste the same as the tea I had previously. The box was full of powder and the tea had little flavor. I can only imagine they had not been stored correctly. In future I will buy PG Tips with a longer delivery date as it is more likely to come directly from the UK.1
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