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Tetley Decaffeinated Green Tea 50S £1.00 at Tesco

£1.00 @ Tesco
Tetley Decaffeinated Green Tea 50S down from £1.75 to £1. Better than the usual supermarket own brands and now priced similarly. Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Tetley Decaffeinated Green Tea 50S down from £1.75 to £1. Better than the usual supermarket own brands and now priced similarly.
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#1
Found out how they make decaf yesterday... :/
#2
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Found out how they make decaf yesterday... :/

Tetley use ethyl acetate which the majority of will evaporate and isn't toxic unless you're exposed to high volumes.

It doesn't sound quite as eco/health friendly as the CO2 method Clipper use but is there any reasoning that it makes decaf tea unhealthy?
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BigYoSpeck
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Found out how they make decaf yesterday... :/
Tetley use ethyl acetate which the majority of will evaporate and isn't toxic unless you're exposed to high volumes.It doesn't sound quite as eco/health friendly as the CO2 method Clipper use but is there any reasoning that it makes decaf tea unhealthy?
Who knows. A doctor was talking about it yesterday saying they use antifreeze and to avoid drinking lots. Didn't specify how much lots is. Said to find water decaffeinated stuff instead.
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BigYoSpeck
Babbler
Found out how they make decaf yesterday... :/
Tetley use ethyl acetate which the majority of will evaporate and isn't toxic unless you're exposed to high volumes.It doesn't sound quite as eco/health friendly as the CO2 method Clipper use but is there any reasoning that it makes decaf tea unhealthy?
Who knows. A doctor was talking about it yesterday saying they use antifreeze and to avoid drinking lots. Didn't specify how much lots is. Said to find water decaffeinated stuff instead.
Well, if you're worried, you could always compensate with alcohol.
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encaser
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BigYoSpeck
Babbler
Found out how they make decaf yesterday... :/
Tetley use ethyl acetate which the majority of will evaporate and isn't toxic unless you're exposed to high volumes.It doesn't sound quite as eco/health friendly as the CO2 method Clipper use but is there any reasoning that it makes decaf tea unhealthy?
Who knows. A doctor was talking about it yesterday saying they use antifreeze and to avoid drinking lots. Didn't specify how much lots is. Said to find water decaffeinated stuff instead.
Well, if you're worried, you could always compensate with alcohol.


Not keen on alcohol in my tea... prefer it in bitter form... :D

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