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Community Level 6Wearsidelass

Wearsidelass

Wanna a posh cuppa tea?

AdvantagesRefreshes the parts other teas can't

DisadvantagesNone

"...They were always directed to Twinings on the Strand and they would ask for Earl Grey’s tea hence this particular blend became known as Early Grey Tea. Now, to the tea in question. The square-shaped tea bags are usually packaged in a grey/purple foil lined box containing 50 tea bags. The foil helps to retain the freshness of the tea. There is a picture of Earl Grey on the front and the words Twining, Earl Grey Decaffinated, delicate flavour. ..." Read review
03.02.2004

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Community Level 9Spottydog11

Spottydog11

Earl Grey Tea

AdvantagesTasty

DisadvantagesAcquired Taste

"Twinings Earl Grey Tea Twinings and Tea are virtually synonymous, the history of the company going back centuries. Thomas Twining actually opened the first known tea room in 1706, a building that still stands in the Strand, London to this day. In 2006, Twinings celebrated its 300th anniversary, with new teas, a special anniversary tea, associated tea caddies and updated product packaging. When I want a nice cup of tea but something with ..." Read review
06.02.2009

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Community Level 2rootle2

rootle2

Improved bag better taste

AdvantagesVirtually no caffeine

DisadvantagesNot exactly like the regular tea

"Earl Grey has long been the tea of choice in our house with me drinking regular and my wife the decaffinated variety. We have tried all the supermarket own brands and find Twinnings by far the best. Until recently the paper used in the Twinnings Decaffinated Earl Grey tea bags had much less obvious perforations than the regular Earl Grey. This meant a longer brewing time was required which brought you closer to the "stewed" boundary (serious tea ..." Read review
07.11.2007

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