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Complete Guide to Marks & Spencer Gold Label Tea

Posted on | May 27, 2015 | No Comments

Marks & Spencer Gold Label is the company’s signature tea. It is rich, strong and full of flavor. teadog.com customers give the tea high praise. Actually, it has a perfect 5 star rating. They describe it as malty and strong but doesn’t get bitter or Marks & Spencer’s best tea ever or better than any other gold blend or outstanding and excellent flavor.

Marks & Spencer Gold Label Tea
To make Gold Label, Marks & Spencer blends tea leaves from different countries. Blending tea leaves from different countries allows tea makers to achieve a specific taste.Most British teas area a blend tea leaves from Africa, India and Sri Lanka. The Gold Label box does not tell which countries the tea leaves come from but rather has the sentence “product of several countries.”

Marks & Spencer Gold
Gold Label is blended and packed in the UK and comes in a box of 80 tea bags or 8.8 ounces of loose tea. The 80 tea bag box comes packed in foil packs with 40 tea bags in each pack.

Marks & Spencer Gold Label Tea
All Marks & Spencer teas are fairtrade. This means the company uses fairtrade tea leaves to make it. If you are unfamiliar, fair trade means paying small growers a bit more for their tea so they can improve their lives and communities.

Marks & Spencer Gold
For each of their teas, Marks & Spencer includes a strength rating. Gold Label is a number 2 medium strength tea. By contrast, Marks & Spencer Extra Strong is a no 3 strong tea. Most of the company’s teas are rated number 2 medium strength.

Marks & Spencer Gold Tea
To make the perfect cup of Gold Label, Marks & Spencer recommends steeping for 3 to 5 minutes.

Get Your Free Tea e-Book

Posted on | May 22, 2015 | No Comments

You can get a free copy of the Tea ebook “Your Great Grandmother Made Better Tea: 50 Ice Tea, Tea Punch, Tea Dessert Recipes from 1890 to 1920″ by going to teadog.com ebook page. You can get a PDF copy of the book, or a copy for your Kindle or Nook (epub) format. In the below video, Albert and Winston tell what they thought of the book and give their favorite recipe from the book.

Brodies Tea Now Makes Herbal Teas

Posted on | May 20, 2015 | No Comments

Brodies Herbal Teas
With declining sales of black tea in the UK, British Tea companies are increasingly launching herbal teas.  Scottish tea maker Brodies is no different.  Brodies Tea introduced a new range of teas, including Breakfast, Earl Grey, Camomile, Peppermint, Green Tea with Japanese Cherry and Red Berry Crush.

Nambarrie 80 Tea Bag Boxes are Now History

Posted on | May 18, 2015 | No Comments

Nambarrie in the box of 80 tea bags is gone. But not the tea only the box.  Nambarrie now comes in a box of 100 tea bags.  The box also has been redesigned.  It is the same great tea, only in a new package.

Nambarrie Tea Bags

Your Cup of Earl Grey May Lower Cholesterol

Posted on | May 15, 2015 | No Comments

According to recent research, your cup of Earl Grey Tea may help to lower cholesterol.    Research focused on bergamot oil, the main ingredient in Earl Grey.  The International Journal of Cardiology reported on the study.

Twinings Tells You All About the Tea Bag

Posted on | May 13, 2015 | No Comments

Sometime, the humble tea bag gets no respect.  But in this video, Twinings Tea tells you all about the tea bag.  Although it is made for a British audience, the video gives some good information.

Dislike Decaf Tea? Try Twinings Everyday Decaf

Posted on | May 11, 2015 | No Comments

One of the most frequent complaints we hear involves decaf tea.  If this describes you, then consider Twinings Everyday Decaf Tea.  This is a real tea. After tasting this tea, you may forget it is decaffeinated.  If you need to drink caffeine-free tea for health or any other reason, this tea is worth a try.

Twinings Everyday Decaf

Clipper Tea Shows How to Make the Perfect Cup

Posted on | May 8, 2015 | No Comments

In this video, Clipper Tea tells how to make the perfect cup of tea.

Clipper Gold May Be Your New Favorite Tea

Posted on | May 6, 2015 | No Comments

After trying it, Clipper Gold Tea may be your new favorite tea.  It will at least be a tea that you add to your rotation of teas.  Above all else, Clipper Gold is a rich cup of tea.  Africa, Indian and Sri Lankan tea leaves are blended to make this tea.  Each of these country’s tea leaves serve a different purpose in making this cup of tea.  The Indian tea leaves used are from Assam, which give the beverage a malty flavor.  The African tea leaves are from Kenya, which  gives the tea its copper color and brisk flavor.  The Sri Lankan, also known as Ceylon, tea leaves provide a slight citrus flavor.

Clipper Gold Tea

Learn About Clipper Tea

Posted on | May 4, 2015 | No Comments

Clipper Tea may be unfamiliar to many US tea drinkers, but it is a well-known brand of tea in the UK.   Clipper is known for making natural, fair and delicious tea.  This video tells more about Clipper Tea.

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