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Twinings Lady Grey Tea, Tea Bags, 20-Count Boxes 1.41 ozs., (Pack of 6)


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Lady Grey
  • Case of six 20-count boxes (total of 120 individually wrapped tea bags)
  • Sumptuous blend of black teas flavored with bergamot, lemon, and orange
  • Pale golden tea delicately sprinkled with cornflowers
  • Gentle citrus flavor; natural source of antioxidants
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Important Information

Ingredients
Black Tea, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Citrus Flavoring.

Directions
Pour freshly boiled water over teabag and allow to brew for 2-5 minutes depending on desired strength.

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Product Description

Flavor: Lady Grey

About the Brand

Since 1706, Twinings has been at the forefront of the tea trade. Customers in more than 100 countries enjoy Twinings products, and not just the popular traditional favorites: Twinings now includes products such as fruit and herbal infusions, aromatic teas, and iced teas. These fresh flavors reflect a worldwide trend toward a healthier and more varied lifestyle. The new flavors are as successful as the traditional ones, because Twinings prepares them using skills acquired through three centuries of experience. After quenching thirsts for so many generations, no one knows better than Twinings how to deliver a drink that's in perfect condition. Although British-based, and still operating in England, Twinings also has plants in North Carolina and Calcutta, India. Success in the competitive worldwide tea market was confirmed in 1972 (and again in 1977) when Twinings became the first tea company to win a Queen's Award for Export.

Product Description

Lady Grey Tea is a unique blend from Twinings. This delicious black tea has a light and gentle citrus flavor that is both relaxing and refreshing. Lady Grey is perfect in the morning with breakfast or for afternoon tea. Enjoy it with a little milk, or with sweetener, or to your liking. It is a refreshing, light black tea with the distinctive citrus fruit flavor of bergamot to deliver an uplifting tea with vibrant aroma and zesty flavors of orange and lemon.

Product Details

Flavor: Lady Grey
  • Item Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F4F94S
  • UPC: 070177506414 070177154004
  • Item model number: 05319
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,017 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,678 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

This tea has a very smooth and delightful taste.
Karen
It's very hard to find in the stores so I was happy to find it online.
M. Prieto
I've primarily drink it hot, but it also makes a great cold tea.
Fleg

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Alfonso on February 24, 2009
Flavor Name: English Afternoon
I have enjoyed Twinings teas for, oh, more than 20 years now. I was immediately suspicious of this new blend, if only because Twinings seemed to be attempting to capitalize on people's renewed appreciation for the tradition of afternoon tea. Too often, especially in America, this meal is referred to as "high tea" to make it sound like a fancy event, even though high tea and afternoon tea differ in ways that have nothing to do with elegance. English Afternoon Tea sounded a little quaint, and Twinings already offers so many varieties of tea that it was hard to believe there could be anything new that would be worthwhile.

As it happens, this tea is my new favorite. It doesn't have the dainty flavorings or fragrance of Earl Grey or Lady Grey, my former favorites, nor does it contain the thundering levels of caffeine in English or Irish Breakfast Tea. Instead, it includes elements from both ends of the spectrum. Like the Lady and the Earl, it has little enough caffeine that I can toss back cup after cup without getting jumpy. And like the breakfast teas, it has more of a bold black-tea edge that in this case isn't masked by bergamot or citrus notes. But with English Afternoon Tea, this edge is mellower and more refined than in the breakfast teas. It has more interest and character than a simple orange pekoe (the baseline for black tea) but without resorting to bitter or acerbic flavors.

Any tea drinker should enjoy English Afternoon Tea. It's surprisingly good, and despite the name, it's a fine way to start the day. I only wonder why Twinings didn't come up with it sooner!

One final thought: Adding a little milk to tea--never cream, although at afternoon tea, it's properly called cream--causes the tannins in the tea to attack the milk proteins.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Davis on July 10, 2008
Flavor Name: Lapsang Souchong
The conventional wisdom is that Lapsang Souchong is an acquired taste. It's probably more the case that you are going to either love or hate this tea after the first couple of cups (give yourself a couple of cups' worth before passing judgement, so that you don't confuse surprise with dislike). You have as much chance of liking or disliking this tea as you do any other. I personally think Earl Grey has a "funkier" smell and taste to it than Lapsang, though that doesn't stop me from drinking it.

Do yourself a favor and start with fresh water in a clean kettle, and a fresh tea-bag in a cup or mug. Even with a mug, my experience has been that the brew time suggested is a little long. Go with 4 rather than 5, and that might help if you are nervous that the tea is going to be especially bitter. Really, this tea, if properly made, is not bitter at all. In fact, I never add sugar or sweeteners to any tea, and Lapsang tastes slightly sweet to me on its own.

For a supermarket tea, this is a bargain. I got a 20-count in the grocery store on a 2 for 5-buck sale, and it's hard to beat roughly 12 cents for a pour, for this quality. To give you a comparison, I'm currently curing a Yixing teapot with a premium green tea that ran 40-some dollars for the quarter-pound. Consider that this Lapsang is costing you malt-liquor prices and you may be a bit more charitable with your expectations.

And by the way, premium lapsang souchong is out there, but based on reviews I've read on other sites, many drinkers don't find that the taste is significantly enhanced, unlike other teas, which really do tend to get progressively better as the price increases.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Todd V. Leone on July 6, 2012
Flavor Name: Blackcurrant Verified Purchase
I'm a big fan of Peet's Black Currant Black Tea, which only comes in tea leaves in a tin. I use it at home all the time and I love it, but at home I can make it in a teapot and I have a personal-sized one that makes two mugs. So I wanted black currant flavored black tea in teabag form for use at the office, where I just make one mug at a time. (The teapot shtick is too much trouble at work and takes up too much time.) So I found this black currant tea and figured it would be good -- it's Twining's after all -- and I went for six boxes of 20 teabags each. Now I realize -- I probably should have paid closer attention to the illustration of the box -- that it's artificially flavored. These teabags smell artificial compared to Peet's, and the black currant aroma of these teabags is faint compared to what I experience when I open a tin of Peet's. When I brew a mug of tea, it has adequate flavor, but the black currant flavor is overshadowed by the artificial boysenberry-like flavoring they've added and that detracts. I don't want my black currant flavored black tea to smell and taste of artificial boysenberry I expect better from Twining's. I'll stick with Peet's and I'll simply drink it at home and have another kind of tea at work.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By mirasreviews HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 28, 2004
Flavor Name: Decaffeinated English Breakfast
My search for a good all-purpose decaffeinated tea ended with Twinings English Breakfast Decaf. Twinings English Breakfast is a blend of Ceylon, Kenyan, and Indian teas with a crisp, full-bodied flavor that isn't heavy or bitter. It's a great tea for any time of the day and with any accompaniment, on its own, or with sugar or cream.

Twinings employs the carbon dioxide method of decaffeination for their decaf teas. The tea is exposed to compressed carbon dioxide, which acts as a solvent, extracting the caffeine while leaving larger molecules unaffected. The process preserves more flavor and removes more caffeine than water process decaffeination. 97% of caffeine must be eliminated for a beverage to be called "decaffeinated", which would leave only a few milligrams of caffeine per cup of tea, regardless of the method.

For a departure from plain tea, these are my favorite recipes:

*Homemade Mint Tea*
This is wonderful consumed hot and incomparable served over ice in the summer: Bring about 3 quarts of water, 2 English Breakfast Decaffeinated tea bags (remove the string), 1/4 cup of sugar, and a handful of sliced fresh mint leaves to a boil in a saucepan. Simmer for 10 minutes. Let cool, then strain. It will keep a few days in the refrigerator.

*Lemongrass Tea*
This has a smooth, mellow lemon flavor without the acidity of lemon tea: Bring about 3 quarts water, 2 English Breakfast Decaffeinated tea bags (remove the string), 1/3 cup powdered sugar cane juice (Sucanat, Florida Crystals, or substitute sugar), and half a stalk of lemongrass, thickly sliced, to a boil in a saucepan. Simmer for 10 minutes. Let cool, then strain. Serve chilled or over ice.
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