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“Red & Green Tea.”

published 11/12/2011

AdvantagesTasty, healthy, fruity.


...accidentally fell into some water which was being boiled (so the legend says). The finishing taste and benefits of the tea were great and so tea drinking began. Twinings only use the best quality green tea leaves, from the Camellia sinensis to create their delicious teas. For this particular tea, natural flavours of red apples and ripe pears are used to provide a crisp and fruity blend. Apple...

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AdvantagesTaste is good, makes a great cup of tea, no bitter taste

DisadvantagesYou need to leave the bag in the cup that little bit longer

...ns attached to the decaffeinated teabags so decided to buy myself a box as well, here are my thoughts on my box of Sainsbury?s Red Label Decaffeinated teabags. As you can tell from above, I got my teabags from Sainsbury?s, although most Supermarkets offer their own variety as well as the high profiled brands of tea bags such as PG Tips and Tetley. The Sainsbury?s red label ones came in a b...

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AdvantagesWell designed, good airtight lid, trendy looking, good price

DisadvantagesNone at all from me

...something other than the jars on the side, we need some storage canisters that were not going to cost the earth. Now I have the Emma Bridgwater range in my home so I knew the budget wasn't going to cover me for that luxury so I opted for something far cheaper in my local discount store, that being the C Discount red tea canister jar and here are my thoughts on the product. The jar will cost you around...

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