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Beginning the moment our founder, Ruth Campbell Bigelow created "Constant Comment"® Tea in her kitchen in 1945, our family has focused on just one thing trying to make the finest teas possible. Over the years we have introduced many new flavors as well as concepts in tea. Today we offer a selection of deliciously different blends of teas and green teas, a wide variety of herbal teas and teas flavored with real fruit juice. Today Bigelow Tea is the number one specialty tea company in the United States. And to think it all began with the first legendary black tea flavored with golden orange rind and sweet spice "Constant Comment"®Tea.
Bigelow takes immense pride in providing the tea drinking community with the best tea at a great value. We only use hand- picked teas, real spices, flavors and herbs. The flavors and blends we have created are second to none. Some of our teas contain up to twenty different ingredients! And because tea is a leaf that can dry out we take steps to protect it. To keep the teas fresh, we seal our tea bags in protective packets. We simply have to protect those delightful flavors. Thats why a cup of Bigelow Tea is aromatic and delicious; a true indulgence for the senses.
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The photo describes the original tea with orange flavor but the heading lists Black Tea. Slightly misleading.Published 20 hours ago by Sharon E
This is always one of my favorite teas. My grandmother and I used to drink it when I was a child. So when that steam rises, so do the happy memories. Read morePublished 27 days ago by FastPony
Great orange taste and no calories! Especially good for cold weather drinking. Not overly spicy like some other Orange Spice teas, the predominant scent and flavor added to the tea... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marilee Stephenson
Just what I wanted, except I'd like to find loose tea in Constant Comment, w/o going to Bigelow site.Published 2 months ago by Joyce B. Kerber