Ha I can't imagine drinking that much tea. Lately, I've had to cut back as if I drink more than two cups a day, I get cramps and don't feel so good! Too much caffeine!
My sister-in-law & I both once liked PG Tips -- then for some reason, neither of us did. I don't recall which she drinks now but I favor Yorkshire Red or Typhoo when I can find either. In winter, I try to keep a stash of teabags in my purse so I know I will enjoy a cup or 2 at a restaurant. Sometimes I order from Amazon but at least I can get it. Often World Market has both & I stock up while trying to avoid overindulging with packets of biscuits & chocolate. I went a bit nuts on one visit - couldn't pass up 1-2 boxes of 240 Typhoo teabags at practically give-away prices. They lasted well in the deep freeze. 😀
The occasional Lapsang Souchong or Earl Grey, no milk of course - but I much prefer coffee!
Ebay sells it.
Thank you for the Ebay tip, but the loose leaf King Cole tea there is soooo expensive, that we just can't justify spending that much. In the meantime, until the border reopens, we are enjoying both the Yorkshire and TyPhoo teas.
Yorkshire Tea for everyday, builders strength (sparing drop of milk, no sugar). Yorkshire Gold for when I want to push the boat out! At Betty’s if they have it, the ‘Special Tippy Assam’ is spectacular!
I once managed to get hold of a small box of Yorkshire Red in the supermarket in Valdez, Alaska. Which was a pleasant surprise for a Yorkshireman a long way from home!
Late to weigh in, but I've been drinking tea since I was a child, thanks to my Scottish ancestors who handed the habit down the line. Yorkshire Gold is my favorite. The best of the best. Love tea...wake up thinking about it; go to sleep knowing I'll wake up thinking about it.
This is us, too! PG tips always, Harney’s for a little something special, especially Paris 😋
I buy boxes of decaf Typhoo that we drink in the morning. BUT! On special occasions I buy tins of Fortnum and Mason loose leaf from William Sonoma. :-P I have a friend who lives in Dorset and I sometimes buy him a few things and he'll send me the rest via post. I try to get my tea as authentic as possible, when I can! Haha.