|Typical Values||tea infusion (no milk or sugar) Per 100ml**||tea infusion (no milk or sugar) Per 200ml serving**||%* per 200ml||per 200ml¿ (170ml tea, 30ml semi-skimmed milk)|
|Energy||2 kJ / < 1 kcal||4 kJ / < 1 kcal||< 1%||59 kJ / 14 kcal|
|of which saturates||nil||nil||0%||0.3g|
|of which sugars||nil||nil||0%||1.4g|
|** Typical values based on tea brewed with freshly boiled water for 2-3 minutes (no milk, no sugar)|
|* % of reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
|¿ Typical values based on tea brewed with freshly boiled water for 2-3 minutes (170ml tea, 30ml semi-skimmed milk)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (49)
An okay cuppa
Bought these when they were on offer but cant honestly say Ive been bowled over by them. It makes for a fairly strong malty flavoured cup of tea, which is fine but there isnt much actual discourse of any tea leaf in particular. Ive come to the conclusion that the water in our area gives this result and therefore out of my control. Ill stick to Yorkshire Tea in future.
love these teabags always get a decent tasting lovely colour cuppa out of them
A good cup of tea
I live in a hard water area so this took a little longer to brew than my usual teabags. It produced a clear and strong cup of tea. This product was given to me to review. I would buy again.
makes a good cuppa
I had to use Yorkshire water with these teabags but they certainly made a decent cuppa, didnt have to brew too long to get a good flavour.
Received these to review. Not too bad, I'm not in scotland and am in a hard water area, but still made a decent cup of tea.
this tea is fine
Im not much of a tea drinker, however my husband is. We both favour loose tea to teabags, as the flavour is better and stronger. This tea is fine / ok / standard good quality, not better or worse than other teas that comes as teabags, however not as good as loose tea. The bags come in pyramid teabags without strings, which Im not a fan of, I think teabags must have a string, so that you can squeeze the strongest flavours out!