In 1930, PG Tips, sold only as loose tea, is one of the United Kingdom’s top brands. The tea is still made in Manchester, England. The British drink an astonishing 150 million cups a tea daily. Thirty-five million of these cups are PG Tips tea, which Britons love, is at the center of the United Kingdom. After exchanging pleasantries upon a visit to the friend, the dialog continues with, “would you like a cup of tea.” The tea bag was invented in 1908 when American tea importer Thomas Sullivan sent some samples of tins tea in tiny silk bags.
When he died at 49, his passion became a way of life. Countless words of joy have transpired among those who sip PG Tips. So when you heart needs opening, or your spirit exhilarating, why not reach for a cup of PG Tips.
P.S. There was no such person as Brooke Bond. Arthur Brooke chose the name partly because he thought it sounded sophisticated.