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Twinings Lady Grey (UK) 80 Tea Bags

Twinings Lady Grey (UK) 80 Tea Bags

Best By May 2025

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Price Per Cup: $0.19 Per Cup
Body: Light Bodied
Appearance: Light, Delicate
Aroma: Fragrant, Citrusy
Ingredients: Black Tea
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Twinings Lady Grey in a Package of 80 Tea Bags
This is Twinings Tea made and blended in the UK. It is the same tea you would get in the UK and not the kind available in US stores. A fragrant, bright and light black tea scented with bergamot and citrus notes of oranges and lemons. Lady Grey Tea is a unique blend from Twinings. This delicious black tea has a light and gentle citrus flavor that is both relaxing and refreshing. Lady Grey is perfect in the morning with breakfast or for afternoon tea. Enjoy it with a little milk, or with sweetener, or to your liking.

Ingredients:
Tea leaves, orange peel, lemon peel and flavoring.

Brand History:
Twinings Tea
London, England

For generations of tea drinkers around the world, Twinings and tea are inseparable. For 300 years, Twinings has been at the forefront of the tea trade - influencing tea-drinking habits and helping to shape an industry and a culture with its tradition of excellence and innovation.

The Twining family of Gloucestershire, England, weavers and processors of wool for generations, were driven to London by recession in 1684. With them went 9-year-old Thomas Twining.

In 1701 at the age of 26, Thomas turned his back on his father's trade, and went to work for a wealthy East India Company merchant. At the time, the East India Company was importing many exotic new products from around the world, including tea. In 1706, Thomas Twining bought Tom's Coffee House off Strand, London. Concentrating on tea was no gimmick. Thomas knew it was a drink with great potential.

Despite efforts to repress tea-drinking through punitive taxes, tea became increasingly fashionable during the early part of the 18th century. Soon, Thomas Twining was selling more dry tea than wet. He even sold it to competing coffee houses. Only the wealthy could afford to drink tea.

Thomas Twining was fast building a reputation for selling only the finest teas - teas that well-heeled London ladies were eager to serve in their drawing rooms. The son of Thomas Twining, Daniel, was the first Twining to export tea. His ledgers show that in 1749, Twinings tea was being sold to America. The Governor of Boston was a customer, and his tea seems to have made it to America without mishap.

During the infamous Boston Tea Party in 1773, American patriots dumped English tea in Boston harbor to protest a tax. However, as a distinguished writer noted: "It was not Twinings tea the Boston rebels tossed into the sea."

In 1762, after Daniel's premature death, his second wife, Mary Little, took charge of the Twining family business. In 1771, although he was just 22 years of age, Richard Twining took over from his mother. His younger brother, John, joined him the following year.

In 1837, Queen Victoria granted Twinings their first Royal Warrant for tea as "Purveyor in Ordinary to Her Majesty". When World War II broke out, neither bombs nor rationing could halt the flow of morale-boosting cups of Twinings tea.

Now in its third century, Twinings operates its international business from the UK. Twinings still sells tea in London at 216 The Strand, probably the world's first dry tea and coffee shop. Twinings is honored to hold Royal Warrants of Appointment to HM The Queen and HRH The Prince of Wales.

After quenching thirsts for more than three centuries, no one knows better than Twinings how to deliver the perfect tea experience. Customers in more than 100 countries enjoy Twinings products. And not just the popular favorites - products such as fruit and herbal infusions, aromatic teas, and iced teas are delighting the taste buds of a new generation of customers.

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Carl Dick
Gift

My son wanted Lady Grey tea and I couldn't find it at any store. I looked on the internet and found it at Teadog. I ordered it and when it came in I gave it to him. He loves it. I may try it soon.

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Naomi Richards
Very enjoyable

Thank you for the Lady Grey tea. I had been missing it for so long and was very glad to have gotten it quickly after ordering. I’m planning on ordering it again when it’s time.

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Sharon Ferralli
Soothing and delightful

Love Lady Grey - iced as well as hot!

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Suzanne Bove
Great tea

Wonderful! My entire family loves it. UK tea is much better than the US version.

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Peter Christine
Excellent UK tea

Always get the UK tea, the US market tea is not top drawer.