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PG tips Black Tea, 80 Count

SKU#  336879
$7.99
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Why We Love It

Harvested from the finest tips of tea plants in Ceylon and Kenya, PG Tips Black Tea offers the rich, smooth taste that Brits have been enjoying since 1930. PG Tips uses only the highest quality and most flavorful top two leaves and bud of each tea plant to create this robust, all-natural black tea. Plus, each cup bursts with a daily dose of flavonoid antioxidants that help support a strong, healthy immune system.

Details & Dimensions

4"L x 4"W x 5.5"H; 8.8 oz.

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PG tips Black Tea, 80 Count 4.9 5 67 67
Love Very pleased with product. .just wish shipping was free October 9, 2013
This product is delicious I like to begin my day with this full bodied tea. It is consistently delicious. It not only makes great hot tea, it also makes wonderful sun tea. I am never without it. August 8, 2013
Tea of Love! My fiancé served this tea on our first date. He planned a beautiful picnic in a garden with blankets, pillows, flowers, tea sandwiches, PG Tips and cake. Even though it was a hot summer day in the garden, the tea was so good I drank every drop! On our second date, he brought me a box of PG Tips! I have always taken my tea with milk and sugar. This tea tastes so good with milk, I have even been able to ween myself off the sugar! PG Tips has been a constant in our relationship and when we have the chance, we always settle down with a pot of tea and conversation. I don't know how, but we will probably include PG Tips as a wedding favor for our wedding... exactly one year after our first date! January 7, 2013
Best for tea drinkers My mum came over from England and I spent some time living in England, so I have an appreciation for a few English items and PG Tips is my preferred tea. I don't drink daily, but when I do, I must have PG Tips, one for the pot and one for me! Some milk, and a few digestive bisquits. Oh, maybe tonight! April 26, 2012
Best tea This tea has a great flavor, it's easy to carry with, and also comes in decaf. December 25, 2011
My "desert island" tea... I first heard of PG Tips from an Oprah guest who was from Britain (wish I remembered her name) who said this was simply the best tea. Period. I saw it at Cost Plus, and never turned back. If I could only choose one tea for my cabinet, it would be PG Tips. By the way, I cold brew it every night for drinking iced the next day- put 2 bags into a pitcher (4 cup) and cover with water. Place in the refrigerator to brew overnight, fish out the bags in the morning and enjoy wonderful, pure iced tea all day. September 23, 2011
Tips is the BEST! First tasted Tips during our first trip to England and have been drinking it ever since. It is the only tea I drink. Please stock the decaf! August 3, 2011
Now THIS is tea. I was raised in a family of Irish immigrants to whom tea was a constant, but nevertheless vital part of every day. Tea to wake up, tea with breakfast, tea and scones in the afternoon, tea with dinner, tea to go to bed. Tea to celebrate an occasion, tea to comfort in troubled times, tea for parties, tea for conversations, tea to show love. My Auntie Josie made the best tea ever. I think she got it mailed to her from a cousin in Ireland. I had never been able to duplicate it until I found PG Tips. Now, make no mistake, this is powerful tea. You can't put a bag in a mug with cold water and put it in the microwave, or it will revolt and tasted horrible. This tea must be treated like the sacrament it is. Bring a kettle of fresh water to a rolling boil. While waiting,scald the large teapot (pour very very hot water into it and let it sit to heat the pot, then discard) Bring the scalded and emptied teapot to the stove, and put ONE teabag into it just before pouring the boiling water over it. Important: Never put the teabag into the water. Always pour the water over the teabag. Cover the teapot with a tea cozy or if you don't have one, wrap it in a dish towel. Set a timer for 7 minutes. When it rings, remove the teabag and serve the tea with milk (and sugar if you like it sweet). July 31, 2011
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