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PG tips refreshing peppermint pyramid teabags with fruit and herbal infusions are just bursting with big flavours. Plenty of space in Pyramid bags means more room for good tastes to infuse in your cup. This way, you get the maximum enjoyment from every one of our teas. Big taste 20 pyramid bags. Preparation and usage: to enjoy the big taste and full flavour of fruit and herbal infusions, Just leave the bag in for 4-5 minutes.
Pyramid tea bags are special because they have 50 per cent more space than regular bags. This means that water can move through the leaves more efficiently, allowing the tea to infuse quicker. Usually, It recommend you brew your tea for a good minute, but with pyramid bags PG tips find you can achieve tea goodness in less than 40 seconds. PG tips pyramid bags give you more time to sit back, relax and enjoy another moment with a brew in hand.
If I could improve one thing about these tea bags, it would be to get the taste to match the smell. They don't taste anywhere near as minty as they smell when brewed, and the taste... Read morePublished 11 months ago by sb
These pyramid bags certainly produced a refreshing, minty brew! Flavour-wise, peppermint tea is the same regardless of brand, so it's all about the pyramid bags. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sam Woodward
I love peppermint tea, I have it every day and have tried several brands. I have to say I actually really liked the taste of these- they were refreshing with a stronger peppermint... Read morePublished 11 months ago by E. H.
It's always a bit subjective trying to review something consumable because so much is a matter of opinion rather than subjective fact.
I like these teabags. Read more
These are lovely but I can't comment on the PG tips one being any better than other brands I've used. The pyramid design did nothing for the quality of the tea. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sheila Camp