Product Type: Twinings Tea
Newest Review: ... tea, though it can be a little weak, for those whom prefer stronger teas. Twinings Everyday Tea comes in a variety of sizes, includin... more
Member Name: Ninski1
Advantages: Good taste
Disadvantages: A little weak so needs time to brew
I enjoy drinking tea with a little milk, and I like it to taste strong and also to perk me up and refresh me. I first came across Twinings Everyday Tea in a hotel, I was left two individually paper wrapped teabags, that were square and unbleached. To make the tea I simply put the teabag into a cup and add hot water, I leave the tea to steep for around 4-5 minutes to get the most out of the tea bag and then add a bit of milk and on the odd occasion a little bit of sugar.
I find the tea to be a light in terms of tannins and I feel that it is a good everyday black tea, though it can be a little weak, for those whom prefer stronger teas.
Twinings Everyday Tea comes in a variety of sizes, including packs of 40, 80, 160 and 240 teabags, currently 80 teabags are on sale in Asda for £2.50, they come packaged in a recyclable cardboard box. The cardboard boxes are fairy sturdy and close well after each use, they also appear to keep the tea fresh, a box of 80 tea bags will easily last me 3 months and I have not noticed any deterioration in quality during that time. You can also buy the range in decaffeinated as well.
Overall I would recommend this tea to others as it taste good and fragrant, is fairly well priced and helps to perk me up during the day.
Summary: Does what it says on the packet
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