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Typhoo Tea 80 Tea Bags (Best By Oct 2019)
Typhoo 80 Tea Bags
 
Our Price: $7.49
Best By Oct 2019
Contents: 80 Tea Bags

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Typhoo is one of the world's most popular English Teas.

Available in the distinctive red box, Typhoo is a smooth, English Tea full of flavor and body.

This is authentic Typhoo, imported directly from England.  Inside, you will find the tea bags packed in foil packages to preserve freshness and taste. Each box includes 2 foil packages of 40 tea bags each (for a total of 80 tea bags in each box).

With Typhoo, you get a tea that has over 100 years of history.  Typhoo was started in 1903 by John Sumner, grocer in Birmingham, England.

If you are looking for an English Tea similar to Typhoo, we suggest PG Tips, another great tea from England.

If you want to limit your caffeine, we suggest Typhoo Decaf Tea.

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This is one of the earliest slogans for Typhoo Tea. In Latin, it translates as "System Conquers All" Early Typhoo Logo
Ingredients
Black tea.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
dark english tea April 8, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
I drink this all the time. One of my favorite. If you like a dark, robust tea, this is the tea for you.

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Great Tea! from a TG TIBs Fan February 12, 2018
Reviewer: Larry from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida  
I enjoy strong black tea and usually steep a loose organic black tea. When traveling I fill in with TIBs, until I was introduced to Typhoo. It is better, stronger, easier and if you space a bit, it doesn't go south in bitterness... Originally I bought it online through Amazon (once);  but their provider sold expired tea or decaffeinated. They couldn't get the order right (3 after trys I quit . I have found Teadog.com reliable and fairly priced..Would love free shipping...but alas  can't get it all...

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Typhoo September 20, 2017
Reviewer: richard wernsing from New jersey  
I love Typhoo black tea nice and string and taste
We got started on Typhoo when we were unable to Marks and Spenser Gold tea.

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Typhoo Tea "Supreme" November 19, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Pensacola, FL United States  
The most popular tea in England? I should say so. This tea can be enjoyed any time of the day or evening. It is smooth and malty. I drink other teas, but this is the one I keep coming back to.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
Typhoo Tea - the real thing May 21, 2009
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Clinton, WA United States  
Forget those American "English Breakfast" labeled teas, those are pale pantywaists compared to Typhoo.  

As a boy growing up in England, this is the tea that our milkman left us if we checked the "Leave Tea" box on our order form.   It is very hearty in the English manner and, in my opinion, made to drink "white" (with cream or milk) as its strength and bitterness when consumed without cream is a bit much.   With cream and appropriate sweetener, on the other hand, the mixture of flavors is just the thing for one's morning, eye-opener cuppa.

If your exposure to black tea is via Twinings, Tazo, or, worst, Liptons, try the real thing and taste the enervating difference.

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