Typhoo Loose 8.8 Ounces (Best By Oct 2020)

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Typhoo Loose Leaf Tea in a 250 Gram/8.8 Ounce Box
This is tea for traditional tea drinkers. You get 8.8 ounces of Typhoo Loose Leaf tea, which comes packed in an air-tight silver bag and sealed inside the traditional red Typhoo box. The 8.8 ounces of loose tea makes approximately 80 cups of tea. Each box of Typhoo Loose comes with a Best By date stamped on top of the box (see above right for Best By date).

This will brew a rich and smooth tea. When using Typhoo Loose Tea, you only need a small amount (less than a teaspoon will do) to make a rich cup of tea. Brew for between 3 and 5 minutes, depending on your preference. Although it tastes best with milk and sugar, it can be taken plain.

Typhoo Loose Leaf is 100% natural tea from India.

These packages of Typhoo Loose Tea come directly from England. It is authentic Typhoo Tea, still made in the Typhoo factory in Birmingham, England.

Loose Leaf Tea is an important part of the Typhoo family of tea. Typhoo is an iconic English Tea.

With Typhoo, you get a tea that has 106 years of history. Typhoo was started in 1903 by John Sumner, grocer in Birmingham, England.

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

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

Ingredients:
Tea leaves

Brand History:
Typhoo Tea
England

Launched in 1903 by Birmingham, England, grocer John Sumner, Typhoo has been waking tea drinkers for nearly 100 years. Today, Typhoo is one of world's favorite teas.

Raised in a grocery business family, Sumner, was born on February 26, 1856 in Birmingham. At the turn of the 20th century, the business had extensive stock of wine and spirits, a stout and cider bottling brand and a grocery side. Sumner successfully ran the business for years but sought a specialty product to develop.

He found the answer when his sister, who suffered from indigestion, tried a special tea made from tiny particles, not the large leaf variety that was common. Sumner decided that, instead of selling the tea loose over the counter, he would packet the tea under a brand name. He settled on Typhoo Tipps. Typhoo meaning, in part, the Chinese word for doctor. The double p in Tipps was originally a printing error but remained misspelled on the packets of tea for years.

Typhoo was the first brand of tea to be sold pre-packaged rather than loose over the counter. In order to encourage his customers to purchase the tea, Sumner gave away a jar of cream to each person that bought a pound packet. The tea quickly became popular and customers were becoming loyal to the brand that, even though a little more expensive, went further and had digestive qualities.

Word of mouth recommendation from his customers led beyond his regular clientele and soon other grocers were asking to purchase the Ty.phoo tea, inspiring a wholesale business.

In 1905, Sumner closed the grocery business to focus on the tea. On July 29, 1905 , Typhoo Tea Ltd was incorporated. Sumner drew attention to tea made from the edge of the leaf. This pure-edge leaf tea produced 80 more cups to the pound than ordinary tea and also cut out the stalk that contained tannin and caused indigestion.

As early as 1906 Sumner sold Typhoo branded teapots to customers. He also inserted circulars into the tea packets to highlight its benefits, and included picture cards on a range of subjects, which became very collectible. By the mid 1960s, Ty.phoo was annually packing more than 80 million pounds of tea and exporting to 40 countries worldwide.

In the late 1960s, the company merged with Schweppes, the famous soft drinks firm, and formed a new company called Typhoo Schweppes. A year later, Cadbury's also joined the conglomeration, creating Cadbury Schweppes Typhoo.

In 1986 Typhoo was sold and the new company called Premier Brands. Premier continued to expand its tea operation by acquiring the herbal tea market leader, London Herb & Spice.

In 1989 Premier Brands was bought by Hillsdown Holdings and then in 1999 by Hicks Muse Tate and Furst. Further product developments were seen in 1999 when Typhoo became the first tea brand to introduce a green tea blend to the UK market and, in 2004, with the launch of Typhoo Fruit and Herb.

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  • 5
    Typhoo loose leaf tea

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 9th 2018

    Typhoo is THE only tea I drink, have done for years.
    Thankfully I got onto Tea Dog. Their prices are good & the shipping time is great.

  • 5
    Never get tired of Typhoo

    Posted by riki sewell on Apr 17th 2018

    I have been drinking Typhoo Tea for 50 years, and I never grow tired of the robust, yet smooth taste of this great tea.

  • 5
    The gold standard for all day tea.

    Posted by David Zamula on Mar 12th 2018

    Probably the most consistent tea ever. Use near boiling water in a big ceramic pot that has been pre heated.

  • 5
    The best quick brew Assam tea for the Home.

    Posted by Jim Don Danny on Dec 6th 2017

    Typhoo is an every day tea, for wake up or pick me up in the afternoon. It is a quick brew tea that must be brewed in a tea pot that has already been heated with near boiling water.

  • 5
    Typhoo tea

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 18th 2017

    As ordered & on time!

  • 3
    Typhoo Tea

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 22nd 2017

    Not too fond of this tea--not to flavorful in my opinion. I won't reorder

  • 5
    Great site for buying Typhoo tea

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 30th 2017

    They were well packed and shipped quickly.. I particularly liked the distant expiraton date of the tea because it allowed me to buy a number of packets without worrying that I wouldn't be able to use them all before their 'best' date..

  • 5
    Typhoo Tea - It's The Taste!

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 9th 2017

    You want tea? Proper English tea? Teadog has your tea right here! If you're after the great taste of black English tea look no further than either Typhoo or PG Tips loose tea, not tea bags, loose tea. Tea bags, what is THAT all about???.

  • 5
    Great products, prices, and cust. service!

    Posted by dcollett on Feb 28th 2016

    We've ordered many times from Teadog because their prices, shipping, selection, and cust. service have always been better than the other places we've tried. Thanks, Teadog!

  • 5
    Delicious!

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 26th 2016

    If you're from the UK you'd appreciate a delicious cuppa of Typhoo Tea, loose leaf that is, none of that tea bag nonsense. And the product is made in the UK so it's not a 'made under license in the USA' product, it's the real McCoy. You just need a packet of Bourbons to complement it.

  • 4
    Typhoo

    Posted by Joseph Haygood on May 10th 2013

    I now can say I have tried Typhoo Loose Tea. It is a good strong tea with more floral notes as compared to other common teas like PG Tips or Tetley (maybe just me). I do not like Typhoo as much as Twinings, PG Tips, or Builders Tea but Typhoo is necessary to have in my tea collection.

  • 5
    Typhoo is the only tea I drink

    Posted by Tea Lover on Jun 26th 2012

    This is the only tea I drink. Love it!