I like to add a few spoons full of sugar and some 1% milk!
“Most mornings, I make a big pot of tea and split it with the husband. But our tea tastes differ on a few big points, the biggest being smoky teas. Recently, we picked up a few bagged teas for him...” Read full tasting note
“I've been fighting a bad head cold the last couple of days....this tea has saved my life! lol The 5 or 6 times I spend with this tea a day makes the cold almost bearable. It's like a nice warm...” Read full tasting note
“PG Tips has a powerful flavor that's lacking in the high end, and too much harsh astringency. It's a bit like listening to a band made up of timpani players, with one or two of them also bashing on...” Read full tasting note
“There seems to be 2 other names for this same tea on Steepster. One thing I found interesting was that the rating was 78 on one of them and this one was 66. I guess people tend to go to the one...” Read full tasting note
“Do your bit, put the kettle on.”
One of the best English teas. Gives Tetley a run for its money. Pyramid tea bags and the quintessential English breakfast tea taste. Cheers.
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Back home in Liverpool, a box of PG or Tetley (or both!) are in nearly every household. In a pinch, I’ll take it if Tetley isn’t available. I love my tea strong, dark and bitter so the milk and sugar blend well without overwhelming the brew. In my house, PG Tips can’t do that with only one bag. Tetley, with their ingenious pouches, do just fine. The PG Tips taste is famous across the pond, but I haven’t purchased it in years because there is so much more tasty tea available in the Great White North.