Wednesday, January 28, 2004

ASDA organic tea
ASDA Organic Tea 80 teabags, "round organic teabags foil-wrapped for a fresher taste" on the side it says the "Organic Standards" are: "Prohibit the use of artificial pesticides and fertilisers, Prohibit GM ingrediants, Protect the environment" - Yeah, but does it taste good? Yes, after drinking a lot of Yorkshire Gold, the tea does seem a bit weak, probably due to the smaller quantity of tea in the smaller bag, I have to let the tea brew much longer in order to get the taste out of the tea. This is dissapointing, especially if you're trying to rush off to work, and want to get a quick cuppa tea down you. If you wanted to use a larger cup, I think you'd be dissapointed with the strength of this tea - although some people like weak tea, so they may like this. So my final verdict? I'm not sure, I'll try it some more over the next couple of weeks and see what I think... another thing - is foil bio-degradable? If it isn't, then they're not really protecting the environment much by wrapping the tea-bags in it, are they?!

Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Lloyd Wood - more of a blog. less of a life.: More tea? "There's something about the humble way in which the British express their devotion to tea" hoorah!!

Sunday, January 04, 2004

picture of yorkshire gold tea
Well I gotta say, I really do like this Yorkshire Gold tea - it's got quite a strong taste to it, and I suspect the fact that there's a lot of tea in the tea-bag means that cups of tea are ready quicker than if there was less tea in the bag. In fact I like this tea so much that I might be buying it again - rather than trying some other tea. I give it 8 out of 10 stars, on account of it sometimes being too strong. :)

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