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Never had this one... always interested to try something new. ..thanks !
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thank you! 100 tea bags for under $4?? Can't find that kinda deal down even the darkest alley these days.
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Never had this one... always interested to try something new. ..thanks !
Can't go wrong with an English brand when it comes to tea. Taylor is one of my personal favorite Smilie
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This is the regular everyday price of this tea.
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This is the regular everyday price of this tea.
The 3 camels agree
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This is the regular everyday price of this tea.

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Do we really need camel to justify our purchases now? $3.80 for 100 teabags is great price for any tea. Top that with the Taylor brand, which is one of the better purveyor of fine teas

FYI, Kroger also has this.. 40 teabags for $3.89. So 100 teabags is better deal Smilie
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Red rose tea is pretty good and found at Walmart stores. 100 bags under 3 dollars but some locals are buying it all up before I can get to it.
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Thanks, OP. Will try one box to see if I like it. I chose $1 digital credit i/o $.20 discount with S&S.
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Yorkshire Red is an excellent tea.
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When I lived in the UK about 20 years ago, I liked it.
I think they claimed that they changed the content of the tea mix to get the same taste with local municipal water (i guess adjust for water hardness).
I am going to try it again.
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In for a pack, thanks!
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Agree, this tea is delicious. Prefer it better over Tetleys and PG tips!
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Your missing KO3bIPb's point. They are pointing out that this is Amazon's regular everyday price and while the Tea may be good, it is not a slick deal.


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Do we really need camel to justify our purchases now? $3.80 for 100 teabags is great price for any tea. Top that with the Taylor brand, which is one of the better purveyor of fine teas

FYI, Kroger also has this.. 40 teabags for $3.89. So 100 teabags is better deal Smilie
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Can't go wrong with an English brand when it comes to tea. Taylor is one of my personal favorite Smilie
I beg to differ. Tetley has been terrible for decades. Other brands (PG Tips, Lipton) have gone downhill as well, ever since they changed the way the tea is processed and put that rainforest alliance seal on the boxes (though that may be coincidental). I'll give it a try as well, as I remember it as being decent, but I am starting to think that the only way to get good tea now is to pay out the wazoo, as the yanks put it.
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