The tricky part is that they have every type you can imagine. I don't like all coffee, for example really dark roasts, but was lucky because they are based at the beach here, not that far, so my local small market had a house blend of their coffee, which I liked.
As for teas...black and green, I last got them almost 2 years ago and they are lasting me. I went to look.
I've moved to decaf. I think that my caffeinated teas were Stash, plus the Native American one that we've talked about before.
Since changing to the decaf, I got a box of Bigelow green tea. It's organic, but that's all that I know about it aside from how they decaffeinate it. It's 80 bags.
I know more about the black tea. I'd never drunk it before. I was happy with Lipton's and Stash. But, it was time to go to decaf so I began exploring and found Clipper tea.
What I like about it is that first, the bags are unbleached and plastic-free. Also, it's fair trade, and organic. It's billed as 'UK's most natural decaf'.
The funny thing is, that I didn't pay much attention to that, other than to think that they do know their tea in the UK. Then, one day, I got a package...from England! They actually mailed it from there, lol! :-)
Which brings us to decaf. A lot of company's use a chemical process to decaffeinate tea and coffee, so I chose the 2 brands that claim not to use that process.
Because I am drinking decaf, I'm sure that this doesn't help you too much. Sorry.
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