Typhoo Decaf

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This is the standard British black tea I drink multiple times per day w milk & half teaspoon sugar

Kati

It’s not my favourite decaf black tea but it’s what my mum bought in bulk on Amazon :/

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This is fast turning into a favorite. Quick and easy decaf that doesn’t taste watery or chemically, and a kitten-teeth size bite that makes it clear you’re still drinking tea.

Rabbit chasing: was watching a Call the Midwife rerun yesterday—I just love Sister Monica Joan and her rabid, unfulfilled sweet tooth. As she welcomed a new nurse, she said resignedly, “Were it up to me, I would offer you China or India tea—alas, we have nothing but Ty-phoo.” (This may be a fans-only chuckle, but I sure did.)

ashmanra

I wish I could remember what I watched recently in which a character asks “China or India?” when preparing tea for a guest. Possibly Sherlock? Something British, surely.

gmathis

That’s also the final line in one of my favorite detective novels—“The Limehouse Text” by Will Thomas. (Have I turned you on to that series?)

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The king of bagged decaf black tea. Accept no substitutes!

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