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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 13 oz / 375 ml

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Our Everyday Teas set the benchmark for our range. They make a full-bodied and refreshing cup of tea that you can drink anytime of day.

Our Fairtrade Everyday Tea is our flagship blend, sourced from Fairtrade-certified tea estates in Africa, India and Sri Lanka. Our Organic Everyday is blended from teas grown by accredited organic tea estates. Our Organic Decaffeinated Tea is a superior Assam, specially selected to make a rich cup of tea after our non-chemical decaffeination process.

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Well, I came to this tea quite by accident when I happened to run out whilst we had COMPANY. Mr Porridge ran to the supermarket and returned with this. I know not why he bought it, as embarrassingly enough, his social awareness is practically non-existent. I can only presume it was on ‘special’.
What a pleasant surprise, a real ‘weighty’ (can I use that word? No moderators, so I guess I can..) tea. Full of flavour; good and strong, even when brewed in a mug, not a pot, and given the ‘quick 2 squeeze against the side’ treatment.
Delicious swally. Well worth a go.

Carol Wattberg

I think ‘weighty’ is fair.


A squeezer! I like you already.

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First of all I like the fact that the teabags are not bleached. Who would want to brew their tea in paper that has been bleached? Who cares if the paper is cream colored rather than white? Its going to turn brown after you brew it anyway. People don’t realize that snow white paper means major chemicals were used to make that tea bag white. I find it interesting that clipper has a fairtrade tea and a separate fairtrade organic tea at about the same price. It seems the health food stores in the UK sell the organic variety and smaller large chain supermarkets sell the non organic fairtrade. This is good “proper Tea” takes milk and lemon well. Certainly better than Tetley, or Yorkshire Gold cup for cup. For a natural company Clipper Everyday represents the UK very well

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1 bag used

Strong astringency note. I’m impressed with the overall flavour considering this is a bagged tea. I would maybe try to infuse for a shorter amount of time in the future. Dry hay note.

Rating: 64

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 13 OZ / 375 ML

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I had to leave the house because job application forms were making me want to claw my eyes out and tear my arms off and cry. Whyyy do I have to list my work experience in order of most recent? Nobody considering me for an admin job is going to want to know that I’m an extra and an illustrator and that I took a 3-month contract in retail, and with that crap accounting for the past 10 months so as not to leave an unexplained gap in my CV, they’ll probably have binned it before getting to the bit where I did admin-type work for 13 flipping years. curls up and weeps I’ve rendered myself unemployable and I wish I knew who to let tipsily snog me to get anywhere in television production.

But I digress. This was the black tea served at Morrisons Cafe, where I went so I could not be in the house for like an hour. Tea’s cheap and they politely don’t notice the number of extra organic sugar packets I pocketed, so that’s nice. It’s a good, strong everyday tea, and I don’t think there’s really that much I can say, given the haphazard brew it got and the fact that I chugged most of it much faster than I normally would, as they were out of kids for the takeaway cups and I didn’t much fancy taking a full cup of tea onto the tram with pale yellow canvas shoes on. That’s courting danger, that is.


It’s been about eight years since I’ve had to write a CV for a job-job, so take this with a grain of salt, however I’ve yet to use a chronological layout for any resume; I use skill-based instead, and have yet to have a complaint about it.

Sami Kelsh

I normally do too, but I’m finding more and more places stress that CVs will not be accepted and you have to fill out their application form instead – where you more or less awkwardly copy and paste your CV in the order some HR person has decided will make you look the least employable. Joy! I’m attempting a compromise by putting the most relevant experience title in boldface so it’ll, you know, stand out.


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Clipper as a brand finally introduced here in NL!!!
Their Earl Grey is the best bagged tea on the market, and my staple tea.

this one is very nice as well. Tea that is on the market here tends to be weak and bland (we are a coffee nation, most coffee per head- ), however, I prefer a good old, strong English cup of tea, and that is just what this is.

strong, mix of assam and ceylon. yummie. box 0f 40 tips gone in no time….

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Found my favourite brew :)

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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