Twinings Aromatic Lady Grey Tea Reviews
Product Type: Twinings Tea
Newest Review: ... expect - 1 bag per person if made in a pot, otherwise one bag per mug. This needs to brew for a little bit longer than a ... more
by - written on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 93 readings)
As anyone who has met me a few times will know, I'm a bit of a tea addict. I have Firm Opinions on what makes a good cup of tea. However, unlike many people with Firm Opinions, I do actually like a wide variety of different teas, whether they be fruit teas or theft (get it? Proper tea is theft?) One of my favourites is Lady Grey, which I find ideal for a soothing cuppa in the mid afternoon. It's far too weak and feeble to be a morning caffeine fix (that's when I drink the strong black coffee that I could stand a teaspoon up in), so I only start to drink it when I want to start mellowing out so that I'm not up all night with insomnia. It comes in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 345 readings)
TWININGS AROMATICS - LADY GREY TEA Twinings was first started in 1706 when Thomas Twining set up his first shop in London, which is still open and selling tea today. However the company has changed enormously since then, as what started off as a humble family ran company has turned into a multi-million-pound business now producing over 100 varieties. Lady Grey is a tea invented by Twinnings specially for their customers and is loosely based upon a traditional cup of Earl Grey. Earl Grey is a tea blended with the distinct flavour of the bergamot orange rind. Lady Grey is wholly similar to this but is a more uplifting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Tea - the very essence of psychiatric nursing. You've heard the saying "behind every great man is a great woman" well behind every great psychiatric nurse is a great cup of tea! It's true, for general nurses the thermometer and stethoscope are tools of the trade, for mental health nurses it's a cuppa. We just couldn't perform without a mug of tea in our hand. So imagine my delight when one shift a colleague appeared with a different blend of tea for us all to try... Lady Grey! "It's wonderful, so delicate and refreshing" she cooed as we all scrambled over each other to try a new tea sensation... What is Lady ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/09 (Very useful, 236 readings)
As some of you are probably fed up with hearing Dave and I are both following the Slimming World diet at the moment and, in the first month, he has lost a stone and I have lost half a stone so we are really pleased with our progress so far. I choose to have 250ml of semi skimmed milk each day a lot of which goes on my morning cereal. As I love a cup of tea at regular intervals during the day I have been drinking a lot of camomile tea which I like but I am always open to suggestions for others to try. I have tried a lot of flavoured teas and quite like one or two of them particularly the red ones - raspberry, cranberry etc. A few days ago I read a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
"Do you prefer coffee or tea?" Probably the most often asked question in the nation just after "is that it?" If you err on the side of tea, then you need to try Lady Grey. I should of course address an issue that will now be causing male readers of this review to furrow their brows. Lady Grey is not a girly drink, no one at the supermarket will laugh at you, your other half will not laugh at you, your children will not disown you. Please do not stand there for minutes at the tea section in your supermarket agonising, and then finally opting for Earl Grey. The Box: It's black and gold, those colours are always classy, unless perhaps if you ... Read the complete review
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