Keep in a cool, dry place away from strong smells.
Preparation and Usage
Add one teabag to a cup, add freshly boiled water and then let it brew for 3-5 minutes. Add milk and sugar if desired.
Packing - Recyclable
Full Product Name: Foil Fresh Teabags
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place and once opened store in an airtight container
Usage: 160 Count
Additional Information: Rainforest Alliance Certification - Like our teabags, we believe that the best tea should have no strings attached. That' why we use tea from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms that have environmentally and socially responsible practices (put simply - it's good for people and the planet!)
You only get an '00' with Typhoo We've been flying the flag for Great British Tea since 1903. As a nation we know how much you enjoy your cup of tea, so when it comes to taste we're proud to be one of Britain's best loved brands.
Way back in 1903, John Summer created the first cup of Typhoo for his sister Mary Augusta. It wasn't long before word spread about their delicious blend and loyal customers came from far and wide to his Birmingham grocers shop. Nowadays, millions of cuppas are enjoyed around the world. From early morning brews to afternoon tea, we'll take care of our unique Typhoo taste, because you love us, just the way we are!
Thirsty Work! We take our pick of the best crop, so you're got all the ingredients you need for a perfect cup of Typhoo.
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Typhoo Quality Programme Working in partnership with our chosen plantations, we're committed to continually improving the conditions of the people who grow, harvest and produce the tea.
Goodness All Round We use biodegradable filter paper for all our teabags, so you can compost your old bags!
Ive never had such awful tea before, goodness knows whats happened to blend. However long you brew it there is absolutely no flavour. Even cheap supermarket brands are better than this. Its like de caffeinated tea. I have no brand loyalty and tend to buy what is on offer but Ive never had tea bags before Ive considered throwing in the bin but I really cant drink this tea and although its not environmentally friendly and wasteful I dont know what else to do with it.