Best normal tea Watch

NJA
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Sometimes tea is really refreshing, other times it's like liquid cardboard. I made the mistake of buying economy tea bags once, they just ended up binned ... "false economy".

Which tea delivers for you?

For me it's true, you only get an oo with typhoo.

(by "normal" I mean non-herbal).
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I really like earl grey tea in the morning - it wakes me up a bit - and lady grey tea in the evening - its quite refreshing.

I had vanilla chai the other day at costa and that was really nice!
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I use to be a tetley man, then I moved to TYPHOO and i'd never go back tbh it tastes alot more melow or somthing?

without giving that squeeky weired feeling tetley gave my teeth (anyone else get that?)

I'd second with PG tips but TYPHOO is alot better imo.

realy does make me OOOOO lol
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PG Tips.
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Yorkshire Tea is the best...
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Yorkshire Tea is the best...
Like tea used to be...
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I've always liked PG Tips best but recently I was given a free sample of Clipper tea and that's probably even better.
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(Original post by meenu89)
Like tea used to be...
ey up lass !! oop north we pick t'best leaves so thee canst mash a gradely cuppa
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Smirnoff
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Clipper.
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I go for Tetley's "best of both", sometimes red bush with vanilla, and when in town and fancy a treat I go for a chai tea latte with cinnamon .
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Yorkshire Tea is undoubtedly the best tea bag on the market, it is truly amazing stuff.
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PG Tips :awesome:
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Yorkshire without a doubt


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Sainsburys Red Label :coma:
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White tea - clipper.
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Yorkshire Tea is the best...
:hugs:

Yes. The only way to go. But the uni only sell PG tips so I'm stuck with them
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Choicest blend in the old days was the epitome of tea. Nowadays, I'd have to say Tesco's finest.

One thing people forget, is that the water has to taste good too. Bad tasting water can any tea taste ****, unfortunately London is not blessed with good water.
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Yorkshire or English Breakfast.
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Oddly, best of all the bags is Lipton's which they have in America & possibly Australia
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