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Lidl Knightsbridge Gold 80 Teabags 69p
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Lidl Knightsbridge Gold 80 Teabags 69p

£0.69£0.9527%LIDL Deals
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Posted 22nd JanAvailable: South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland

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Super Weekend Deal at Lidl 80 Knightsbridge Gold teabags 69p from 95p. Max 6 boxes per customer.
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Clipper fair trade that is real tea
Might pick this up to try it - think the Super Weekends run from Friday-Sunday now?
louiselouise22/01/2020 13:31

Might pick this up to try it - think the Super Weekends run from …Might pick this up to try it - think the Super Weekends run from Friday-Sunday now?



Yes, Friday - Sunday. You need to get there early to get the good deals they often sell out.
Check the site you post on these were posted probably before the brochure....
Ive tried the Knightsbridge decaff tea bags but can't say I like them. Cheers though, I'll give these a go.
Heat for drawing us to the fact that there is a LIDL in the rich borough of Knightsbridge
I thought LIDL had opened a branch in Knightsbridge, now that would be impressive !!
HantsShopper22/01/2020 14:13

Yes, Friday - Sunday. You need to get there early to get the good deals …Yes, Friday - Sunday. You need to get there early to get the good deals they often sell out.


The good deals have been few and far between lately
Use these all the time, really good strong cup of tea.
At least there is a fair chance tea bags will be there - most Super Weekend deals in the chilled area are usually gone by Saturday afternoon in my experience now that the deals start on Friday (used to be in with a fighting chance of there still being some stock on Sunday morning before).
Hot.We prefer these over Yorkshire tea bags.They are quite strong.
Really good for South Asian milky tea or masala chai!

Will be stocking up...
beeryben22/01/2020 15:12

Ive tried the Knightsbridge decaff tea bags but can't say I like them. …Ive tried the Knightsbridge decaff tea bags but can't say I like them. Cheers though, I'll give these a go.


Decaff is a bad no matter what brand. If you don't want caffeine don't drink coffee but you do need some caffeine but not too much
It's like Alcohol Free Beer, Meatless Meat
Its pointless and stupid
Benodet22/01/2020 16:18

Use these all the time, really good strong cup of tea.


Yes, nice and strong. Having tried them I'm going to switch from long time allegiance to Yorkshire teabags. These are almost as good at less than half the price.

Both still use small amounts of plastic. Billions of microplastic and nanoplastic particles in every cup, apparently, also in most compost bins, and in us. Hopefully, they are harmless: would be frightfully embarrassing if we were wiped out by teabags.
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