Clipper Organic Everyday 100 Teabags (Pack of 6, total 600 Teabags)

£ 22.80

  • A deliciously refreshing, rich, and full-bodied blend of teas from the finest organic estates in India, East Africa & Sri Lanka.
  • Unbleached bags of Fairtrade & Organic tea
  • Clipper products are made with pure ingredients and a clear conscience.
  • We only work with producers who are striving to improve standards of welfare for workers and their families.

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Product Description

Before Clip­per, the world of tea looked very dif­fer­ent. Back then, peo­ple didn’t think too hard about what was inside the bag. In the UK, tea was tea. It came in a cup with milk. And sug­ar. Often too much. Then, in 1984, along came our founders, Mike and Lor­raine – two tea fanat­ics, deter­mined to change the world of tea for­ev­er. And so Clip­per was born. Guid­ed by our mantra, ‘It’s what’s on the inside that counts’, we focussed obses­sive­ly on what’s inside the bag. The result? A range of teas that were brighter, bold­er and better-tasting.

Directions

How to make a per­fect cup of green tea: Always use fresh water, pour it over the tea bag while it’s still boil­ing and allow to infuse for 1–3 minutes.

Manufacturer Contact Information

2 Riv­er View The Mead­ows Busi­ness Park Sur­rey GU17 9AB UK


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Direc­tions:

How to make a per­fect cup of green tea: Always use fresh water, pour it over the tea bag while it’s still boil­ing and allow to infuse for 1–3 minutes.

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Additional information

Weight 1.87 kg
Dimensions 27.5 × 9 × 14 cm
Product Dimensions

27.5 x 9 x 14 cm; 1.87 Kilograms

Item model number

3016099

Allergen Information

Contains: Crustacean Free Milk Free Fish Free Sesame Seeds Free Celery Free Mustard Free Rye Free Wheat Free Molluscs Free

Weight

1.87 Kilograms

Units

600 count

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool dry place

Manufacturer contact

2 River View The Meadows Business Park Surrey GU17 9AB UK

Brand

Clipper

Cuisine

English

Format

Tea Bags

Caffeine content

Caffeinated

Package Information

Bag

Country of origin

United Kingdom

Serving Size

1 portions

Energy kcal

0 kcal

Fat

0 Grams

- Saturates

0 Grams

Carbohydrate

0 Grams

- Sugars

0 Grams

Protein

0 Grams

Salt

0 Grams

ASIN

B075QDZJ4B

Date First Available

13 Sept. 2017

Manufacturer

2 River View The Meadows Business Park Surrey GU17 9AB UK, Clipper

Reviews

  1. “organic05”

    My favourite tea for years. Con­sis­tent­ly great.This is my favourite tea — I’ve been drink­ing it for years and noth­ing else quite hits the spot for me like Clip­per Organ­ic… I rec­om­mend it highly!I’m not usu­al­ly one to post reviews on Ama­zon, but as I am so doing about the won­der­ful tea, I thought I may as well add some wise words by George Orwell, that my wife found, on the sub­ject of prop­er tea making.“If you look up ‘tea’ in the first cook­ery book that comes to hand you will prob­a­bly find that it is unmen­tioned; or at most you will find a few lines of sketchy instruc­tions which give no rul­ing on sev­er­al ofthe most impor­tant points.“This is curi­ous, not only because tea is one of the main stays ofciv­i­liza­tion in this coun­try, as well as in Eire, Aus­tralia and New Zealand, but because the best man­ner of mak­ing it is the sub­ject ofvi­o­lent disputes.When I look through my own recipe for the per­fect cup of tea, I find­no few­er than eleven out­stand­ing points. On per­haps two of them there would be pret­ty gen­er­al agree­ment, but at least four oth­ers area­cute­ly con­tro­ver­sial. Here are my own eleven rules, every one ofwhich I regard as golden:“First of all, one should use Indi­an or Cey­lonese tea. Chi­na tea­has virtues which are not to be despised nowa­days — it is eco­nom­i­cal, and one can drink it with­out milk — but there is not much stim­u­la­tion in it. One does not feel wis­er, braver or more opti­mistic after drink­ing it. Any­one who has used that com­fort­ing phrase ‘a nice cup oftea’ invari­ably means Indi­an tea.“Secondly, tea should be made in small quan­ti­ties — that is, in a teapot. Tea out of an urn is always taste­less, while army tea, made ina caul­dron, tastes of grease and white­wash. The teapot should be made­of chi­na or earth­en­ware. Sil­ver or Bri­tan­ni­aware teapots pro­du­ce­in­fe­ri­or tea and enam­el pots are worse; though curi­ous­ly enough apewter teapot (a rar­i­ty nowa­days) is not so bad.“Thirdly, the pot should be warmed before­hand. This is bet­ter done by plac­ing it on the hob than by the usu­al method of swill­ing it out­with hot water.“Fourthly, the tea should be strong. For a pot hold­ing a quart, ify­ou are going to fill it near­ly to the brim, six heaped tea­spoonswould be about right. In a time of rationing, this is not an idea that­can be real­ized on every day of the week, but I main­tain that one­strong cup of tea is bet­ter than twen­ty weak ones. All true tea lover­snot only like their tea strong, but like it a lit­tle stronger with­each year that pass­es — a fact which is rec­og­nized in the extra rationis­sued to old-age pensioners.“Fifthly, the tea should be put straight into the pot. No strain­ers, muslin bags or oth­er devices to imprison the tea. In some coun­tries teapots are fit­ted with lit­tle dan­gling bas­kets under the spout to catch the stray leaves, which are sup­posed to be harm­ful. Actu­al­ly one can swal­low tea-leaves in con­sid­er­able quan­ti­ties with­out ill effect, and if the tea is not loose in the potit nev­er infus­es properly.“Sixthly, one should take the teapot to the ket­tle and not the oth­er way about. The water should be actu­al­ly boil­ing at the moment of impact, which means that one should keep it on the flame while one pours. Some peo­ple add that one should only use water that has been fresh­ly brought to the boil, but I have nev­er noticed that it makes any difference.“Seventhly, after mak­ing the tea, one should stir it, or bet­ter, give the pot a good shake, after­wards allow­ing the leaves to settle.“Eighthly, one should drink out of a good break­fast cup — that is,the cylin­dri­cal type of cup, not the flat, shal­low type. The break­fastcup holds more, and with the oth­er kind one’s tea is always half cold­be­fore one has well start­ed on it.“Ninthly, one should pour the cream off the milk before using itfor tea. Milk that is too creamy always gives tea a sick­ly taste. Tenth­ly, one should pour tea into the cup first. This is one ofthe most con­tro­ver­sial points of all; indeed in every fam­i­ly inBri­tain there are prob­a­bly two schools of thought on the sub­ject. The milk-first school can bring for­ward some fair­ly strong argu­ments, butI main­tain that my own argu­ment is unan­swer­able. This is that, by putting the tea in first and stir­ring as one pours, one can exact­lyreg­u­late the amount of milk where­as one is liable to put in too much­milk if one does it the oth­er way round.“Lastly, tea — unless one is drink­ing it in the Russ­ian style — should be drunk with­out sug­ar. I know very well that I am in aminor­i­ty here. But still, how can you call your­self a true tea-lover ify­ou destroy the flavour of your tea by putting sug­ar in it? It wouldbe equal­ly rea­son­able to put in pep­per or salt. Tea is meant to bebit­ter, just as beer is meant to be bit­ter. If you sweet­en it, you areno longer tast­ing the tea, you are mere­ly tast­ing the sug­ar; you could­make a very sim­i­lar drink by dis­solv­ing sug­ar in plain hot water.”

  2. dan­ger­mouse

    Sent the old ones which have plas­tic in AND they were wrapped in large amount of plas­tic.The tea is the usu­al good qual­i­ty clip­per but exas­per­at­ed as bought this set of 6 box­es specif­i­cal­ly as the pic­ture showed that they were the new ‘plas­tic free’ tea bags (the pink label in the top right cor­ner clear­ly states this on the pic­ture) — only to be sent the old­er ones which have plas­tic in AND the set of 6 box­es were wrapped in a large amount of plas­tic to keep them togeth­er, Clip­per you should know better.

  3. MISS A

    Some­thing fruity and odd tast­ing about mineI buy these teabags from the super­mar­ket usu­al­ly so thought I’d stock up, bought 600 😐 they smell and look nor­mal but they taste a bit fruity, like rasp­ber­ry tea almost. So much so, my guests have men­tioned it also. I thought maybe I’d stored them next to some herbal tea but I just opened a fresh pack­et to try one and it’s the same, taste like a fruit tea. Will have to bin them and go back to buy­ing week­ly from the shop.

  4. White Bear

    Great tea and no “dead bags” in the veg­gie gar­den Next year100% rec­om­mendY­ou know all the teabags in the com­post bin .…?They keep reap­pear­ing like dead skele­tal leaves in the veg­gie parch ?..uncomposted.…Since using these there’s no more polypropy­lene dead things uncom­post­ed in my let­tuces „,!,I’m hap­py so should you ‘cause it’s a love­ly cup­pa tea too !!!!Some of the oth­ers tell you it’s biodegrad­able .… yehin a few years but that’s not the same as com­postable .…well done Clipper !

  5. Arjun

    Good organ­ic tea for every­daySince mov­ing to loose tea, I’ve been want­i­ng to come back to bagged tea for con­ve­nience and was keen on pick­ing up an “organ­ic” brand with no plas­tics in the bag.The clip­pers tea was described as such and so I opt­ed to try it. The tea when brewed gave an excel­lent flavour which can be enjoyed black or with milk, plus the bags can be com­post­ed mak­ing it an easy sus­tain­able option to an every­day drink.

  6. Ama­zon Customer

    Good price, quick deliv­ery, well pack­aged — Taste greatAlways buy these teabags in bulk for my oth­er half (for the last few years she will not con­tem­plate any oth­er teabag) — they are a sta­ple in our house­hold & we nev­er run out (as that would be con­sid­ered a cri­sis !). They are organ­ic & unbleached and the tea tastes love­ly. I always buy in bulk when the price dips lit­tle which makes them very good val­ue for mon­ey too !! I would say try them if you haven’t yet — I bet you would be pleas­ant­ly sur­prised. Not a fan­cy tea, but for a day to day tea they are pret­ty flip­pin good !

  7. bill good

    Bril­liant TeaI’ve been drink­ing this T for about six or sev­en years now it was intro­duced to me by my son I’ve only just start­ed to buy it off Ama­zon in my sub­scribe and save which makes it even cheap­er than buy­ing in super­mar­kets bril­liant idea Ama­zon and I would rec­om­mend a state to any tea love her the teabags which are most impor­tant are not made out of any plas­tic in them They are com­plete­ly recyclable

  8. derek clark

    Plas­tic freeSo glad I found these. I drink a fair amount of tea and when the news came out about plas­tic micro par­ti­cles in tea bags it did make me wan­der what it might be doing to my insides. Right from the very first cup it tast­ed clean­er and I noticed less residue, almost non on the inside of my mug when I got to the end. I feel bet­ter drink­ing these. I would rather not have sev­er­al hot drinks with mil­lions of micro plas­tic par­ti­cles in it every day thank you very much.

  9. GM

    Deli­cious BUT!!!The TBags are deli­cious but I can’t rec­om­mend the deliv­ery ser­vice pro­vid­ed by DPD. My next day deliv­ery arrived after 4 days and hav­ing been sent to a num­ber of their depots before arriv­ing at the des­ti­na­tion. The exter­nal box was burst open and some of the inter­nal box­es crushed.

  10. Pat­terns of Life

    Help the plan­et and still have a great cup­pa!My favourite tea, rather pleased it’s organ­ic as pes­ti­cides in tea pro­duc­ing areas are caus­ing a lot of prob­lems, includ­ing poi­son­ing the tea pro­duc­ers as they are not spray­ing prop­er­ly. This tea is avail­able in super­mar­kets but not always and usu­al­ly in small­er box­es than this; this size works out to be bet­ter val­ue for money

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