Twinings Everyday Tea, £1 In Poundland Instore
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Twinings Everyday Tea, £1 In Poundland Instore

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Found 14th Sep 2014
Picked these up about half an hour ago in Poundland, Trongate, Glasgow.

40 pack of Twinings Everyday Tea, promotional pack says "£1.99". Lovely teabags

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Original Poster

http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh185/damedavid/a5f604e0-a204-4dc7-b333-c7b2c78ce884.jpg

did you see any peanut trackers? I love these and poundland doing them for a £1.either trongate or forge tomorrow! heat for the tbags.

Original Poster

I saw boxes of Reese's Pieces (not quite the same thing), if I have a look in there tomorrow I'll update

Options:
Asda is doing them for £1 a 40 box if closer.

Hot
Edited by: "Arbk66" 14th Sep 2014

89p in B&M
Edited by: "Sharpe" 14th Sep 2014

Arbk66

Options:Asda is doing them for £1 a 40 box if closer.Hot

deal finished here last week ate my way through 3 boxes!

louiselouise

I saw boxes of Reese's Pieces (not quite the same thing), if I have a … I saw boxes of Reese's Pieces (not quite the same thing), if I have a look in there tomorrow I'll update

thank you,debating driving over to the forge....free parking....hopefully get tbags and trackers!

Sharpe

89p in B&M

trackers or t bags?.....buy tbags get trackers free?.....I wish :D.

got them in Bulwell Notts store

Original Poster

I did see on HUKD or MSE somewhere that bigger packs of Twinings Everyday Tea are sold in Farmfoods cheaper than 40 for £1. So worth looking in there first if you have one nearby.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 15th Sep 2014

89p in b&m west bromwich branch

Original Poster

Found the link to the bigger pack hotukdeals.com/dea…183 unsure if it's still on, but worth a look.

Lovely tea but my inner cheapskate always opts for the Typhoo 100 bags for £1

Sorry but this deal isn't that great. Tesco and Co-Op have had £2 for 80 bags on offer for ages. And you can get a lot more for about £2 at Farm Foods if that's near you.

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sotomonkey

Sorry but this deal isn't that great. Tesco and Co-Op have had £2 for 80 … Sorry but this deal isn't that great. Tesco and Co-Op have had £2 for 80 bags on offer for ages. And you can get a lot more for about £2 at Farm Foods if that's near you.

Re Farmfoods: I refer you to post #12

My favourite teabags are these or Clipper Fair Trade Teabags. Though I must admit I bought these Typhoo teabags last night, just so I have plenty of supplies: (2200x option):

groupon.co.uk/dea…525 (the bulk/catering teabags are generally one-cup options, though).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 16th Sep 2014

louiselouise

I refer you to post #12 :)My favourite teabags are these or Clipper Fair … I refer you to post #12 :)My favourite teabags are these or Clipper Fair Trade Teabags. Though I must admit I bought these last night, just so I have plenty of supplies: 2200x option:http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/national-deal/gg-groupon-goods-global-gmbh-332/45101525 (the bulk/catering teabags are generally one-cup options, though).



I would stay well clear of Typhoo, really poor quality in my opinion, although some people seem to like the flavour. Twining's are in a totally different league and understandably command a higher premium.

Also that deal hasn't hit the 1p/bag mark, which I'm surprised by to be honest given how much you have to buy. And don't you have to pay for delivery?
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 16th Sep 2014

Original Poster

The BEST tea, for me, is loose tea Do you know how hard it is to find a tea strainer these days?!

But we all have different opinions, the world is more interesting for it

louiselouise

The BEST tea, for me, is loose tea Do you know how hard it is to find … The BEST tea, for me, is loose tea Do you know how hard it is to find a tea strainer these days?! But we all have different opinions, the world is more interesting for it



Yeah they're not for sale as widespread as they used to be. You can however use one of those teapots which has a strainer inside.

Edit: Tesco sell tea strainers
tesco.com/dir…675
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 16th Sep 2014

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sotomonkey

Yeah they're not for sale as widespread as they used to be. You can … Yeah they're not for sale as widespread as they used to be. You can however use one of those teapots which has a strainer inside. Edit: Tesco sell tea strainers http://www.tesco.com/direct/search-results/results.page;jsessionid=92054B22E2EA98ACCA276E6C19BFFD39.UKTUL02LF65V_slot1?catId=4294967294&searchquery=tea+strainer&SrchId=4294967294&_requestid=1268675

I found one eventually, about a year ago on good ole ebay.

The Bodum teapots are great for loose tea, but if you have loose tea and you're stuck, a cafetiere will do.

Banned

louiselouise

I found one eventually, about a year ago on good ole ebay.The Bodum … I found one eventually, about a year ago on good ole ebay.The Bodum teapots are great for loose tea, but if you have loose tea and you're stuck, a cafetiere will do.




For those of you that like propper tea, you should try and get yourself one of these: http://www.lakeland.co.uk/17961/Sage-Tea-Maker

I picked mine up for the bargain price of £60 on ebay, but if this one broke i would happily replace it with one at full price! it is bloody amazing!

Would have found an 80 bag box of these in Poundland a year or so ago.How times change...

Sharpe

89p in B&M

exactly got mine from there

Stopped buying Twinings when they left there workers in the lurch & moved abroad. Until then it was our main tea.

louiselouise

I saw boxes of Reese's Pieces (not quite the same thing), if I have a … I saw boxes of Reese's Pieces (not quite the same thing), if I have a look in there tomorrow I'll update

hi louise poundland in the forge had none.....got the trackers in possil home bargains! thanx.

Recently switched to twinings everyday day. It's amazing ! Seriously. Can't believe I've never bothered trying it before. Much much nicer that pg tips. Heat added.

i hate them one cup tea bags i have to use 2 so its not worth it rather get 40 twinnings for 89p

Original Poster

I wasn't expecting this teabag Deal get that Hot, so to speak, but I'm sure the Poundlands near me do a brisk trade of these Twinings teabags as they're surrounded by office workers/commuters at my store. Better than the One Cup teabag options Poundland usually do.

I can recommend Clipper Fair Trade as another great teabag. Twinings Earl Grey is another favourite of mine but it's very rarely on offer: some Pound Shops do Tetley Earl Grey (something like 20 bags for £1) but it's not that nice.

these are without a doubt the best tea bags ever

they also do this variety with green tea extract if you're lucky enough to find it the last time i bought it was in B&M in thurrock they are lovely too

just opened the bag I bought from farmfoods......these do not taste the same :(......there is a peculiar aftertaste.stick to the boxes folks!

Original Poster

I noticed in Home Bargains that they sell catering packs of teabags in plastic packaging, but they're all "One Cup" varieties. Saw Typhoo and Yorkshire Teabags in there.

On ebay, too, when I looked for Twinings Everyday Tea in bulk (packs in 1100 or so) they too, are One Cup teabags. Didn't know Twinings sold those varieties.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th Sep 2014
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