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PG Tips Pyramid Bags, Black Tea 40 ct
- England's number one tea
- 40-count box of PG Tips Black Tea
- Made from the highest quality and most flavorful top two leaves and bud of the tea plant
- A popular British blend of the finest Assam, Ceylon and Kenyan teas which produce a rich and refreshing flavo
- Pyramid shaped teabag acts like a miniature teapot, giving the leaves more room to move
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Top Customer Reviews
I recommend buying one 40 or 80 bag box at a time because it will lose flavor over a couple of years if purchased in bulk amounts.
Easy to vary how dark it gets, but this tea will brew a very dark cup if desired -- which is what I love about it.
Cost -- This price on Amazon is excellent and while there are probably "finer" teas out there, PG Tips is high quality yet inexpensive enough to drink daily.
While it states on the box that it is low in caffeine, two large cups pack plenty of get-you-going punch.
Nope, no string. I never remove my tea bag from the cup, though, so this isn't a problem for me. A spoon works great.
You'll never feel the same about the tea you can buy at a grocery store in the U.S. Very few, if any, have enough flavor.
Note: Each PG bag has about 2 times the weight of tea that 1 bag of a US tea bag has. Or put another way, 2 PG bags equal 1 "family" bag of US tea. So while it looks more expensive, in the long run it's not really. In fact, I can make a full gallon of ice tea with just 8 of these bags. So the price is about the same or better, and the tea tastes better in my opinion.
It's excellent. It steeps very quickly and has a nice strong taste. My mother (at first) noticed that the teabags didn't have strings and said something to the effect of "yeah usually if the tea is of cheaper quality it doesn't have strings..." or something weird like that. Lets just say she quickly got over that and she now makes this tea constantly. Highly recommended for an inexpensive black tea. Lets just say the brits know their tea!
As for the tea itself, it's really very good. Similar to the run of the mill Lipton, PG tips is black tea, but only the top of the tea plant and the attention to quality shows. It comes in pyramid bags, which gives the tea leaves more room to expand. It easily brews a second or third time without losing flavor (apparently a controversial practice in the tea world... I side on reuse when at home alone with my tea cup). It's mellow, a perfect sipping tea while working away at the computer.
At $4 for a box, it doesn't hurt to order more than one!
PG tea IS a quality tea and a refreshing blend. The flavour is quite wonderful and is good either in the freezing Minnesota -20f winter or the baking hot 85F Minnesota summer.
So happy that Amazon actually delivers me a box of 40 every month for less than $4. Subscribe And Save is a great service and saves me a 30 mile drive to my nearest WalMart to buy a box for $4.50
Re; my monkey reference in the title. Watch PG adverts on YouTube.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are the best. Have to have these when my English friend visits.Published 13 days ago by Linda Craig-Muse'
Wanted to try what the Brits love. Was noticeably better but not sure Im picky enough to notice a huge difference.Published 3 months ago by peteike
PG Tips isn't terrible, but it's not really good, either. I prefer Yorkshire Gold by Taylors of Harrogate - much better flavor without milk or sugar.Published 5 months ago by Jeff Kelly
Great tea. Bought it while in London and have been getting it at Whole Foods which discontinued selling it. This shipped all the way from the UK for very little money. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AinBmore