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AdvantagesRelaxing, caffeine free and cheap!

DisadvantagesNo 'pick me up'!

...recommended this Twinings Camomole, Honey & Vanilla tea, and so I decided to try it. Just over £1 for 20 teabags from Tesco - what did I have to lose? The teabag should be put into a mug, and boiling water added. It is recommended to leave the teabag in the water to infuse for around 5 minutes, although I tend to leave my teabag in until I have finished the drink as it guarantees extra flavour (not that any...

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AdvantagesRefreshing and tasty, a good blend of apple and blackberry, good quality

DisadvantagesThe flavour could be a little stronger for me

...trying other flavours of tea and one that I have recently tried are the Twining?s Fresh and Fruity Blueberry and Apple tea. The Twinings tea bags can be found in most Supermarkets and if you have time to shop around a little bit you can usually find the boxes on some sort of discounted price or a special offer. You can usually pick up box for under a £1.00 and the last box that I brought were...

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AdvantagesGreat quality, brilliant refreshig taste, good value for money

DisadvantagesThe taste maybe a little sharp for some

...drinks in large mugs and just let the bag infuse as I drink so I am certainly getting good value for money. The box that the teabags come in is a brightly coloured one, a shade of pink with the Twinings logo in black. The cranberry and Sanguinello orange tea is part of the Fresh and Fruity range and this is also on the box. There is a picture of an orange cut in half as well as some cranberries...

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