Free sample of new PG Tips Strawberry Cupcake Green Tea @ PG Tips Facebook
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Free sample of new PG Tips Strawberry Cupcake Green Tea @ PG Tips Facebook

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Found 14th JanMade hot 15th Jan
Free sample of PG Tips Strawberry cupcake(?) Green Tea @ PG Tips' Facebook page

Click the link and then click apply now button in the bottom right corner

Mobile link below

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Sounds interesting but it is a shame it needs Facebook.

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banjomike

Sounds interesting but it is a shame it needs Facebook.



Takes less than a minute to create one. If you fancy it, request the sample and delete your Fb account after.

Thank you. Been wanting to taste these!x

I have Facebook. But I shouldn't need Facebook for a free sample. I don't buy PG cus I buy Yorkshire tea. Maybe PG is better, I don't know. And I'll still continue to not know then.

Cheers OP

I got a load of PG Tips Green Teas at Christmas as people know I like herbal teas but I've not tried any of the kooky flavours yet, on a slightly different note anyone tried the Jasmine Flavoured one yet? I couldn't bring myself to drink it the smell is identical to that of Zoflora oO

The link doesn't seem to work?

dreamsofubuntu

Cheers OPI got a load of PG Tips Green Teas at Christmas as people know I … Cheers OPI got a load of PG Tips Green Teas at Christmas as people know I like herbal teas but I've not tried any of the kooky flavours yet, on a slightly different note anyone tried the Jasmine Flavoured one yet? I couldn't bring myself to drink it the smell is identical to that of Zoflora oO



I love jasmine tea. It's nice once you get used to it. I've got the PG Tips strawberry cupcake green teas. They are nice. Just boil the water to 80 degrees and brew for 1-2 mins. No longer than that as green tea is bitter if brewed for too long. The PG Tips pear and caramel tea is nice too. You can brew it for longer as it isn't green tea. It's really nice.

Got pretty much full box here. Not my cup of tea!
Edited by: "chuckiedoll" 15th Jan

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CJ1991

The link doesn't seem to work?



Strange. Working for everyone else

If you're using mobile, click where it says Your Text Here in the description. If you're using a PC, click the Get Deal link

Either of those working for you?

dougrobbins78

Strange. Working for everyone elseIf you're using mobile, click where it … Strange. Working for everyone elseIf you're using mobile, click where it says Your Text Here in the description. If you're using a PC, click the Get Deal link Either of those working for you?



It wasnt working on my phone, but it has now worked on my laptop. Thank you

rushofoxygen

I have Facebook. But I shouldn't need Facebook for a free sample. I don't … I have Facebook. But I shouldn't need Facebook for a free sample. I don't buy PG cus I buy Yorkshire tea. Maybe PG is better, I don't know. And I'll still continue to not know then.


Wow what a cool collection of stories!

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sounds foul

To be fair all the major supermarket brands just repackage what I like to call srilankan floor sweepings.
I guess this is actually Chinese "green tea", but the same sentiment applies.
Even a cheap green tea can be left to steep for ages - just drunk the standard lazy way by putting some loose leaves in a mug and pouring over 80-90 degree water (or just add some cold water and boiled water).

This stuff will go seriously bitter because it's the crappy left over crumbs from tea production.
Stick it in a bag and sell it to the British

The fact they often feel the need to tell you not to put cow juice in it, or bovine mammary secretions if you prefer, says it all really.

But yeah, if you want a freebie give it a go

didn't work when I selected to open with Facebook, but did when I opened with crome

Shinoke

To be fair all the major supermarket brands just repackage what I like to … To be fair all the major supermarket brands just repackage what I like to call srilankan floor sweepings.I guess this is actually Chinese "green tea", but the same sentiment applies.Even a cheap green tea can be left to steep for ages - just drunk the standard lazy way by putting some loose leaves in a mug and pouring over 80-90 degree water (or just add some cold water and boiled water).This stuff will go seriously bitter because it's the crappy left over crumbs from tea production.Stick it in a bag and sell it to the British :DThe fact they often feel the need to tell you not to put cow juice in it, or bovine mammary secretions if you prefer, says it all really.But yeah, if you want a freebie give it a go




Spot on Shinoke, most people that drink your typical shop-bought tea don't realise that its poor quality dust.
There's that many different grades of tea - I've added a link to show what we mean.
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