Twinings Earl Grey Decaff ~ Decaffeinated Bags 50 count
What does Twinings Earl Grey Decaff taste like? – Because it tastes like a hearty full flavour Earl Grey, you’d never know it’s decaffinated. It’s like your normal cup of tea, but better. The kind that reminds you why you love tea.
Simply brew these teabags in a teapot and serve with milk, lemon or sugar to taste. Some of our biggest Earl Grey fans like to brag that they drink it straight.
There’s no caffeine in this variety of tea, so you don’t have to worry about drinking it too late in the day.
What makes this tea different? – Twinings blend the finest teas in their Earl Grey Decaffeinated, for the tea’s rich and refreshing flavour.
Twinings is an English marketer of tea, based in Andover, Hampshire. It holds the world’s oldest continually-used company logo, and is London’s longest-standing rate-payer, having occupied the same premises on the Strand since 1706.
History of Twinings
The founder of Twinings was Thomas Twining from Painswick, Gloucestershire in England. He opened Britain’s first known tea room at No. 216 Strand, London, in 1706; it still operates today. The firm’s logo, created in 1787, is the world’s oldest in continuous use.
Holder of a royal warrant, Twinings has been owned by Associated British Foods since 1964. It sells a variety of regional and flavoured teas such as the smoked Lapsang Souchong, the oil scented black tea Lady Grey, and the partially oxidised Bengali tea Darjeeling, as well as infusions, coffee, and hot chocolate. The company is associated with Earl Grey tea, a tea infused with bergamot, though it is unclear when this association began, and how important the company’s involvement with the tea has been; Jacksons of Piccadilly, originally a rival of Twinings, but bought up by Twinings in the 1960s, also have associations with the blend.
In 2005, Twinings introduced its first generic, non-speciality tea, under the brand “Everyday Tea.” In 2006, it started producing a tinned chocolate drink. In 2007, it also launched a selection of tinned coffees onto the market.