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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 72-Ct Tetley Tea Bags (Black & Green) for $2.83 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.

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I recently tried this particular item, as a change to my routine Lipton tea bags (black tea).

I found the taste to be somewhat of a challenge for my taste buds to get used to. If I was looking for something different, I definitely found it. I don't think I'll order it again.
I purchased this the first time I saw it posted earlier last year, out of curiosity, and liked it enough to buy a second box when posted a month or two ago. I grew up on Lipton (iced, not hot; brewed from bags at home, not pre-made bottles) but now prefer hot cups of Twinings English Breakfast, with an occasional cup of green tea for health benefits. This green/black blend is good and inexpensive. Not as sharp as English Breakfast but not as bland or bitter (if steeped too long) as green tea.

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Tx op, tu and repped!Smilie
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I recently tried this particular item, as a change to my routine Lipton tea bags (black tea).

I found the taste to be somewhat of a challenge for my taste buds to get used to. If I was looking for something different, I definitely found it. I don't think I'll order it again.
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I purchased this the first time I saw it posted earlier last year, out of curiosity, and liked it enough to buy a second box when posted a month or two ago. I grew up on Lipton (iced, not hot; brewed from bags at home, not pre-made bottles) but now prefer hot cups of Twinings English Breakfast, with an occasional cup of green tea for health benefits. This green/black blend is good and inexpensive. Not as sharp as English Breakfast but not as bland or bitter (if steeped too long) as green tea.
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Thank you for the reviews.
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I think I will give it a try. I do like the health benefits. Thanks op
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I recently tried this particular item, as a change to my routine Lipton tea bags (black tea).

I found the taste to be somewhat of a challenge for my taste buds to get used to. If I was looking for something different, I definitely found it. I don't think I'll order it again.
If you are routinely drinking Liptons then you most likely don't have any tastebuds.
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I purchased this the first time I saw it posted earlier last year, out of curiosity, and liked it enough to buy a second box when posted a month or two ago. I grew up on Lipton (iced, not hot; brewed from bags at home, not pre-made bottles) but now prefer hot cups of Twinings English Breakfast, with an occasional cup of green tea for health benefits. This green/black blend is good and inexpensive. Not as sharp as English Breakfast but not as bland or bitter (if steeped too long) as green tea.
Been drinking green tea for many, many years, usually 2-3 cups per day. Per.se., not espousing anything, just mentioning that I have read that it takes about at least 3 cups per day to be of special benefit. Who knows!
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Tetley is one of those dirty tea brands in pesticides. There are dirty and clean lists for tea. Unlike coffee, tea leaves receive sprays directly.
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Tetley is one of those dirty tea brands in pesticides. There are dirty and clean lists for tea. Unlike coffee, tea leaves receive sprays directly.
Where do these lists reside?
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Tetley is one of those dirty tea brands in pesticides. There are dirty and clean lists for tea. Unlike coffee, tea leaves receive sprays directly.
Thank you for this information. Could you provide a link to a reputable source please? I would be interested to read.
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Where do these lists reside?
I'd also like to know this as I drink a lot of tea and have never heard of this.
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Where do these lists reside?
https://healthierlife.ca/index.ph...ou-should/

The article i am looking for had also pesticide free list, but couldnt find. This one only shows the dirty ones. It was Canadian agency in an indipendent lab.
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I find that the green and black tea blends make excellent iced tea. Don't like it as hot tea, though. Thanks, OP.
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