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“The color is nice and dark and it smells strong, but the taste doesn’t add much” – Ben, worker

“I’m not sure about this one. It’s a bit too bitter” – Matt, worker

“Not for me unfortunately” – Lee, business manager

Harvey Nichols must have English breakfast bags

€ 9.95 for 25 bags, Harvey Nichols

“An expensive tea which, for me, is not worth it” – Gavin, plumber

“Nothing special considering the price. I wouldn’t buy it” – Rob, carpenter

“It tastes like the traditional flavor of tea which I like and it’s not too strong, which I like” – Lee, business manager

THIRD PLACE: Selfridges English Breakfast

€ 6.99 for 20 bags, Selfridges

“I like it – it’s a classic cup of tea for a classic builder” – Matt, worker

“I don’t think I would pay that price for an average-tasting breakfast tea” – Gavin, plumber

“A decent enough cup of tea” – Stuart, electrician

SECOND PLACE: Knightsbridge Fairtrade English Breakfast

75p for 50 bags at Lidl (available in store)

“This one is decent. I would buy it for a regular cup of tea” – Stuart, electrician

“It’s a no-brainer on value, you can’t go wrong for this price” – Lee, business manager

“Good value for money” – Mark, carpenter

FIRST PLACE: Taylors of Harrogate Yorkshire Gold

£ 3.59 for 80 bags, widely available

“You can’t go wrong with a cup of Yorkshire tea. It’s number one all day” – Mark, carpenter

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Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
This notice was published: 2020-04-21 08:01:26