TeaPigs Earl Grey Strong Tea Temples, 50-Count £6 (Prime) / £10.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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TeaPigs Earl Grey Strong Tea Temples, 50-Count £6 (Prime) / £10.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

£6£9.9540%Amazon Deals
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Posted 7th Oct
How does it taste?
Strong black tea with delicate darjeeling and fancy bergamot. An earl grey but with wallop!

Ingredients
black tea (98%), cornflowers, natural bergamot flavour with other natural flavourings, natural lime flavour
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4 Comments
Microplastics in the bags??
DavidL07/10/2019 07:52

Microplastics in the bags??


Bioplastic, which is made out of paper and corn starch and is 100% biodegradeable with no microplastic residue. thesun.co.uk/mon…pa/
dogpatch07/10/2019 08:36

Bioplastic, which is made out of paper and corn starch and is 100% …Bioplastic, which is made out of paper and corn starch and is 100% biodegradeable with no microplastic residue. https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/10017615/tea-bags-plastic-britain-cuppa/


Not suitable for home composting, only industrial composting. Still better than the alternative
fedex140107/10/2019 12:42

Not suitable for home composting, only industrial composting. Still better …Not suitable for home composting, only industrial composting. Still better than the alternative


Not when the alternative is pure paper bags held together with organic string like Pukka.
Or pure unbleached paper bags like Clipper
Or better yet loose tea.

I'm suspicious of that SoilOn bioplastic. Will have to look into it. But they're typically used for overpriced tea anyway, when loose is still superior and better value.

When I do rarely use a teabag, I use clipper mostly - as it's good value, unbleached paper, and they do plenty of organic tea.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 7th Oct
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