P&G Tips - Pyramid Bags

Fully oxidized tea leaves for a robust cup.

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Jun 29th, '06, 11:41
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P&G Tips - Pyramid Bags

by klemptor » Jun 29th, '06, 11:41

A patient of mine just brought me a box of P&G Tips' pyramid bags. We'd gotten into an email discussion and she, being British, said she had to introduce me to P&G. How sweet of her! :)

Think I'll go make a cup on my lunch break!

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Jun 30th, '06, 11:38
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by TeaFanatic » Jun 30th, '06, 11:38

I like pyramid bags, but if I get them, I also like to just cut open the bag and pour out the loose leaf tea. Sometimes it is very convenient though to not have to worry about cleanup.

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Jul 2nd, '06, 16:27
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Re: P&G Tips - Pyramid Bags

by llyfr » Jul 2nd, '06, 16:27

PG Tips is my favorite bagged tea, hands down. Nice and strong, nice flavor, good as a traditional cuppa, with milk and sugar. Mmmm. :)

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by Councilof1 » Aug 7th, '06, 10:53

I really like the PG Tips, and was turned onto them about 8 years ago. Recently, I have been onjoying Typhoo for my English cuppa.
If you enjoy PG, try Typhoo. It tasted a bit stronger, but a very pleasant tea.

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