Free PGtips vegan afternoon tea  in Liverpool/Bristol/London
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Free PGtips vegan afternoon tea in Liverpool/Bristol/London

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Posted 16th MayLocal
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From pgtips’ facebook page:

What’s better than afternoon tea? An afternoon FREE! Running Mon-Fri next week in Liverpool, Bristol and London, we’re launching free vegan
afternoon teas for all at select venues to try our Perfect with Dairy-Free range. Drop us an email at pgtipsafternoonfree@gmail.com to register and for more info!

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That's a good idea a ton of them curdle in hot tea
A bit amateur of them to use a Gmail address. Instant reaction to that is scam. Be weary.
mikewadkins3516/05/2019 11:50

That's a good idea a ton of them curdle in hot tea


I think thats down to water hardness but I'm intrigued to hear from someone if the teabags have made a difference to this.
adriles16/05/2019 12:04

I think thats down to water hardness but I'm intrigued to hear from …I think thats down to water hardness but I'm intrigued to hear from someone if the teabags have made a difference to this.


At home its completely different depending on which type and/or milk I use.
Alpro soya curdles where as Asda cheap long life soya doesn't.
Asda and Alpro Oat milk doesn't curdle but Oatly does....

I've been told different milk reacts differently with various brands of coffee and tea due to the acidity levels.
derbyco1_.16/05/2019 12:55

At home its completely different depending on which type and/or milk I …At home its completely different depending on which type and/or milk I use.Alpro soya curdles where as Asda cheap long life soya doesn't.Asda and Alpro Oat milk doesn't curdle but Oatly does....I've been told different milk reacts differently with various brands of coffee and tea due to the acidity levels.


Yes .. try the alpro professional range, designed for hot drinks.
I usually get some at heron foods.
derbyco1_.16/05/2019 12:55

At home its completely different depending on which type and/or milk I …At home its completely different depending on which type and/or milk I use.Alpro soya curdles where as Asda cheap long life soya doesn't.Asda and Alpro Oat milk doesn't curdle but Oatly does....I've been told different milk reacts differently with various brands of coffee and tea due to the acidity levels.


There are lots of milks that don't curdle. Interested to see if a milk that nornally curdles doesn't with these teabags on the same water supply.
Here is the tweet they posted about it from the official account
twitter.com/PGt…=09
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