PG Tips Black Tea, Pyramid Tea Bags, 80 Count Box ( 8.8oz)

December 17, 2013 - Comment

Founded in 1869 by Arthur Brook, developed his own quality blends mixing together various estate teas. This ensured a more consistent quality because, as with any crop, the characteristics of a consignment can vary according to climate, time of year and general growing conditions. In 1930 PG Tips was launched in the UK as a

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Founded in 1869 by Arthur Brook, developed his own quality blends mixing together various estate teas. This ensured a more consistent quality because, as with any crop, the characteristics of a consignment can vary according to climate, time of year and general growing conditions. In 1930 PG Tips was launched in the UK as a loose leaf tea in soft packs. It was originally called Pre-Gest-Tee” but soon abbreviated by grocers and van salesmen as PG. The company adopted the official name and added ‘tips’ to highlight that PG takes only the top two leaves and a bud to make its tea. PG Tips is a popular British blend of the finest Assam, Ceylon and Kenyan teas which produces a rich and refreshing flavor. The definitive traditional English tea. The PG Tips pyramid tea bag gives the tea leaves more room to move around than a flat conventional tea bag. So the tea bag works like a miniature tea pot. This allows for all the freshness to be released for the best tasting cup of PG.

Product Features

  • Most popular brand of tea in the UK
  • Stronger than most Indian and African teas
  • PG Tips features pyramid-shaped tea bags for better tea infusion
  • 1 Box of tea bags

Comments

Dave Edmiston says:

My favorite bag tea My friends at work tease me because I have an entire desk drawer dedicated to tea. I love my tea. I almost exclusively drink loose leaf tea. I love the taste and the ritual. But sometimes I don’t feel like taking the time to prepare a pot of loose leaf tea, so I “settle” for a tea bag.PG Tips really isn’t a compromise for me though. I love PG Tips. It’s a great blend of black teas. The taste is great and the bag is convenient.It’s not completely accurate to call…

T. Godier says:

Great Classic English Tea I’m normally a strictly loose leaf tea snob but I can’t get enough of PG Tips. It’s the classic British breakfast tea with the faint muscatel notes found in higher end indian teas. A splash of milk and a dash of sugar to top off, this is how I start each day. Be careful with steeping, if left too long this tea becomes extremely bitter and un-drinkable (unless of course that’s your thing!).

Miss Lucy says:

What can I say – I love this tea A native Brit – I am addicted to my PG tips. So, now that I am living in the US I am committed to buying it online. The tea is full-bodied and so flavorful. I brew it straight in my tea mug by pouring boiling water from my electric kettle straight onto the tea bag and let it steep for about a minute. It is strong enough for me by then and then I add my reduced-fat (2%) milk to reach a color akin to pale pine flooring. Drink it piping hot and its a fantastic morning pick-me-up. I prefer to buy…

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