PG Tips Extra Strong

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea
Flavors
Oak wood
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Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by ManekiNeko
Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “It’s the evening of a comfortable and abundant Christmas at our house. We abounded. Following the annual tradition of a friend and mentor, I reserved a few moments next to the Christmas tree as the...” Read full tasting note
  • “Mea culpa- I am an American barbarian about tea. My taste buds are suspect, I have no pallet… All of the above. I drank strong, over broiled green tea getting off my coffee/caffeine addiction. So...” Read full tasting note
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PG tips strong tasting blend. A blend of teas with a bold taste to kick start your day. With a bright colour, strong taste and of course our famous pyramid bags, PG tips Extra Strong is definitely not a tea you will forget.

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It’s the evening of a comfortable and abundant Christmas at our house. We abounded. Following the annual tradition of a friend and mentor, I reserved a few moments next to the Christmas tree as the sun set, counting the blessings of friends and family who gifted us with each ornament over the years, and each card this season. My cup runneth over.

I’m also humbled and blessed to have a husband whose gift is gifting, and after 35 years, knows me better than I do. Because of that, I have a large box of PG Tips Extra Strong ready to fortify me in the morning as I tackle a Boxing Day list that stretches to the North Pole. I’ll modify this note or add a separate review, but since I love me my barbarian builders’ tea (as another reviewer described his taste), I’m eagerly anticipating it.

Hope your day was peaceful and plentiful, tea friends! Blessings to the lot of you.

Shae

A lovely tradition. How peaceful.

Michelle Butler Hallett

I love a good dose of what my British grandmother would call ‘proper tea.’ Sometimes, nothing else will do.

gmathis

First sips were sumptuous when it was hot, smooth and dark. I’m down to the last third of the cup and my tongue is starting to curl from the bitterness … a little milk, a reheat, and all will be well. As I have several major January/February writing deadlines that I’d like to knock out before returning to the day job, this will be helpful as a recyclable sit-at-your-desk-all-morning bracer.

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Mea culpa- I am an American barbarian about tea. My taste buds are suspect, I have no pallet… All of the above. I drank strong, over broiled green tea getting off my coffee/caffeine addiction. So saying, I like this tea. I brew it (gasp) by the bag (… uh, barbarian, hello); drinking it without cream or sugar. I have the water at precisely 190 degrees and steep for 4-to-5 minutes. I do not wring the bag. I do let it cool for a few minutes. At that point I find this tea to be flavorful with a slight woody taste I really enjoy.

Flavors: Oak wood

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 45 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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