Twinings Variety Pack of Four Flavors, Tea Bags, 20-Count Boxes (Pack of 6) Review

Twinings Variety Pack of Four Flavors, Tea Bags, 20-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)

  • A traditional tea with a rich taste and satisfying aroma
  • Steep Tea Bag for desired time
  • Our expert blenders source only the finest leaves cultivated to our exacting standards by trusted growers around the world. From these tea gardens we hand-select the leaves that will shape your next Twinings moment.
  • Case of six 20-count boxes (total of 120 individually wrapped tea bags)
  • Four expertly blended Twinings classic black tea flavors
  • Includes English breakfast, Earl Grey, Lady Grey and Irish breakfast teas
  • Wide variety of delicate to full-bodied teas; each a natural source of antioxidants
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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View larger Twinings Black Tea Variety Pack Twinings Tea For over 300 years, Twinings has been sourcing and blending the world’s finest teas. Our expert blenders source only leaves cultivated to our exacting standards by trusted growers around the world. Twinings is a founding member of The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP). The ETP works to ensure fair living and working conditions on member tea estates. To make our wide range of blends, we work with suppliers that share our

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3 Comments on “Twinings Variety Pack of Four Flavors, Tea Bags, 20-Count Boxes (Pack of 6) Review
  1. 99 of 105 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Game Changer for my morning, September 12, 2010
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    Critic-At-Large (New York City) –

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    I have done the math. After one school year of buying (substandard) iced tea at Starbucks, I have spent $578 and approximately 33 hours of my life (2.89 for a tea, 10 minutes to go and wait and get it). For my own home brewed tea, which takes close to NO TIME to make, I am spending 60 dollars a school year (30 cents a cup, 2 tea bags a morning). With my 518 dollars in savings, I will be buying a pair of exorbitantly expensive boots. WHICH I LOVE. Everyone wins: Twinings, Frye Boots, and America. THIS TEA IS GREAT.

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  2. 128 of 145 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A NECESSITY FOR CIVILIZED AND A TRANQUIL LIFE, August 4, 2006
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    Love Thy.Enemy (among us humans) –
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    The only tea.

    The Irish tea.

    To be taken only in the morning unless you have no reason to sleep that night.

    A tea to heal the disturbed mind and soul. A tea for the Irish.

    Take half and half with even skimmed milk and you will never see coffee again.

    Wake up and smell the tea.

    How kind of the Amazon to offer it on line. I shall never again suffer tea-separation anxiety when the local grocer is out.

    A source of peace and of comfort far from home. More powerful and peaceful than any artificial pharmeceutical prescribed. Take two cups and call me in the morning.

    Thank you, O mighty Amazon.

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  3. 58 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    (used to be) the Best Chai, period., January 26, 2009
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    Mudge Maxson (Illinois) –

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    My wife is Indian and loves Chai tea, but we’re busy people and it takes a long time to make it properly. She has tried the following:

    1. Starbucks Chai Latte (from Starbucks)
    2. Starbucks Chai (concentrate, the cardboard box with the syrup in it)
    3. Trader Joe’s Spiced Chai (powder)
    4. Oregon Chai (powder and liquid)
    5. Some other Chai powder that Costco had a few years ago but I don’t remember the name now.

    Except for #1 (which is crazy expensive at >$[…] a cup), the rest have been lackluster. But then she found Twinings Indian Spiced Chai Tea which is exactly what she was looking for, but you can’t find it in every grocery store.

    Follow the instructions (1/4 cup milk, 3/4 cup water, 2 tsp sugar, tea bag) and you’ll make a perfect cup every time, at like 1/20th the price of Starbucks.

    UPDATE: Now that they have changed the product from “Indian Spiced Chai” to just “Chai”, it is nowhere as good. I have to reduce my 5 star rating to 3.

    UPDATE 2: Here’s her new favorite: Yogi Chai Rooibos, also available from Amazon.

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