After being off the stuff for years, The Lady Wife announced last week that she fancied a cup of "proper" tea again, so I dutifully returned home from the shops with a box of PG Tips Loose Tea. Which to our surprise is sort of crumbs, or granules, as opposed to tea leaves.
Is it supposed to be like that, and if it is, what's that about? What happened to proper loose tea?
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Oct 27th 21 2:44 pm
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Loose tea is tea with no teabag at all You typically brew it in some sort of infuser, gaiwan, teapot, etc
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