Just a middle of the road tea for me. Its very popular with guests and it is my sister’s preferred tea so I always keep a box on hand. I don’t dislike it, there is just nothing overly special about it.
“So there was one major wicked storm in my area last night. Pea sized hail – my poor plants, 3" of rain in my gauge this morning – however last night the wind was blowing the rain...” Read full tasting note
“So when’s the last time you guys have had this tea? After my daughter found my old bags and ripped/dump them out all over the coffee table I started to wonder the same thing. Time to give it...” Read full tasting note
“The tea I grew up on… ye olde faithful. Always nice to have after dinner. I made a thanksxmas dinner for a few friends tonight and its always a crowd pleaser. Also keep the extra large...” Read full tasting note
“This is my comfort tea. I’m never without a box of it in my cupboard. I won’t deny that loose leaf tastes “better” but nothing will ever replace Tetley’s comfort...” Read full tasting note
Black tea (Orange Pekoe) is the most popular tea in the western world. The leaves of the Camellia Sinensis bush are expertly picked by hand just as they are for green tea, but after picking, they are allowed to naturally ferment. This process elicits a flavour that’s both exquisite and unmistakable. Each sip of Tetley Orange Pekoe Tea will tantalize your taste buds – making it easy for you to indulge in cup after delicious cup.
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This is what I drink all night at work. In the “premium” individually-wrapped bags on a good night — from the “Food Service” box tonight. I steep it in a paper cup, swirling constantly, for under a minute, after which it gets bitter quick. Drinkable with a splash of milk — but I’m going back to 1%, because it doesn’t hold up to the fattiness of the whole milk I tried today.