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Super

Pro Better for your health...

Cons Costs a little more, always the way...

I am going to be perfectly honest with you here. I love drinking tea; I know my Mam used to put tea in a bottle for me when I was a young child. I love coffee too, but tea has always being my favourite, 'comfort drink.' So when I was off work for around 9 weeks I took to sitting on my laptop in...

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“Tealicious”

published 03/09/2004

ProA lovely cuppa without the caffeine.

ConsMore expensive than normal tetley

A couple of months ago I was having trouble sleeping. I thought about the caffeine I was drinking. Now I’m not a coffee drinker so that was ok. That just left tea. But surely there isn’t much caffeine in a cuppa? Well there’s not. There are approximately 40 to 50mg of caffeine per cup of tea...

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Excellent

ProMake a better cup of tea as far as I'm concerned

ConsA bit expensive

To be honest, I would never have thought of choosing decaffeinated tea bags had it not been for my visit to a Homeopathic doctor several years ago, when I first contracted ME. I was keen to eat the right foods and find out just why I also kept getting ermm....thrush....so I turned to her for...

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ProA great way to cut back on that caffeine intake.

ConsMore expensive than the ones with the caffeine

I very often read an op and make a mental note to add the product it advocates to my trolley the next time I am in the supermarket, but I must confess I seldom remember to purchase them. In the case of Tetley Decaf I am really glad that I did. Products that contain caffeine are all well and good...

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Excellent

ProRefreshing tea without the caffeine hit.

ConsA little more expensive than tea with the caffeine...

Being caffeine intolerant means I can't drink regular tea, meaning that I search out decaffeinated versions, and for me Tetley is certainly one of my preferred brands to purchase. Even having decaffeinated tea, I have to be careful not to have too many cups as there is still a very small amount...

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Excellent

ProNice cuppa.

ConsExpensive when compared to regular tea bags.

I have been drinking decaffeinated tea for a long time as it is the husband's preference. At first I tried giving him decaff while I had the fully leaded version but this did not work as occasionally he would end up with a fully caffeinated cuppa and then be up all night unable to sleep. So in...

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“A Nice Cup of ...Eugh!!!”

published 03/12/2008

Probetter for you

Consnot nice

Tetley Decaffinated tea bags......... We have the option of having decaffeinated tea at work and the other day I thought I would give it a try and make a cuppa with one. I know that they don't cost that much more than the standard Tetley tea bags and the look pretty much the same with the rounded...

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Excellent

“Anyone sleepy?”

published 28/03/2006

ProTaste, no caffine

ConsSlightly more expensive

For as long as I could remember I had been given a cup of tea just before I went to bed. It was comforting to have a steaming hot mug of tea before I dozed off...except that I didn't doze off, but stayed awake for hours on end. This reached its peak when I was about 16, on the verge of my GCSEs...

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Good

published 23/05/2007

Not quite as aromatic compared to standard Tetley's. Takes longer to get a brew of a normal strength: My first sip tasted very bland and wondered if I forgotten to put the bag in! I had to put the bag back in for quite a bit longer. The end result is an OK cup of tea, but not quite as tasty or refreshing as 'the real thing'.

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Excellent

ProReduced Ankle Swelling

ConsPuts you off normal tea

I have suffered with swollen ankles due to Water Retention for the past few years, it is usually alot worse in the summer. I have visited my GP about it but he gave me no real advice, just a prescription for Diuretics and told me I'd probably have this problem for life. I read somewhere that...

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Excellent

“Great tasting tea”

published 22/12/2003

ProNo caffeine

ConsNone

A couple of weeks ago I found out that I had a sesitivity condition which meant I couldn't have any caffeine or chocolate. I knew this was going to be a problem as I drink coffee two times a day Monday to Friday and tea in the evenings, I also tended to drink a little more Coke and Pepsi than I...

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Super

ProBrews quickly

ConsHas to store in airtight container cause it loses ...

In my opinion Tetley Decaffeinated Teabags is one of the most soothing teabags that i have tasted in a long time. The quality is excellent it brews quickly, it has a smoothe taste and lovely aroma which automatically relaxes you. I think that you are getting real value for your money with this...

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Question

published 05/09/2011

Can you tell me what method tetley use to decaff their tea please. Joan There are a few methods of decaffeinating tea and some are safer than others.
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published 09/09/2011

Ethyl acetate can cause irritation to the ears, nose and throat amonst other effects. Please look at the link I have added for further information.