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Twinings Tea Bags 80 Pack-100 Pack (Assam Bold, Camomile, Earl Grey, Green Tea, Lemon & Ginger & More) $5.50 @ Coles

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Twinings English Breakfast Extra Strong Tea Bags 80 pack 200g
Twinings Assam Bold Tea Bags 80 pack 200g
Twinings Pure Camomile Infusions Tea Bags 80 pack 120g
Twinings Lemon & Ginger Infusions Tea Bags 80 pack 120g
Twinings Classics Traditional Afternoon Tea Bags 100 pack 200g
Twinings Morning Tea Bags 100 pack 200g
Twinings Irish Breakfast Tea Bags 100 pack 200g
Twinings Earl Grey Tea Bags 100 pack 200g
Twinings English Breakfast Tea Bags 100 pack 200g
Twinings Afternoon Tea Bags 100 pack 200g
Twinings Pure Peppermint Tea Bags 80 pack 160g
Twinings Pure Green Tea Bags 100 pack 150g

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  • +2 votes

    Thanks just ran out of English breakfast tea

  • +1 vote

    This discount is becoming about as predicable as the petrol price cycle.

  • +2 votes

    These tea bags do contain plastic:

    Lipton Green Decaf, Chai and Herbal (traditional tea bags) are made from Manilla hemp, cellulose and thermoplastic fibres. They are not compostable or recyclable.
    
    Bushells Tea Bag paper is made from Manila hemp, cellulose and thermoplastic fibres, as such they are not compostable or recyclable.
    
    Nerada tea filter paper is manufactured using a blend of high-quality manila hemp, which does contain a tiny percentage (less than 2%) of food-grade synthetic fibres. These fibres are used to heat-seal the teabag, ensuring that the tea remains inside the bag while brewing.
    
    Nerada are currently in the process of trialling a new filter paper made from 100% natural fibres and plan to introduce it into their tea bags as soon as soon as the trial results are successful.
    
    Madura tea bag filter paper is comprised of 80% natural materials, with the balance being made up of synthetic fibres.
    
    Tetley claim they continually seek to work with their suppliers to improve and explore the most sustainable production processes and methods. However, as a result of the manufacturing process, Tetley tea bags do contain a very small amount of plastic to ensure the bags remain closed when they are in your tea.
    
    Twinings use a plastic based material (acrylic polymer binder) to bind the materials together to create the paper for their teabags. 
    
    • +1 vote

      Where did you find that?

    • +1 vote

      Would it not be better to buy loose leaf tea. Although I doubt Twinings sell loose leaf tea.

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        There's a better idea. Go camping and pick your own tea. There are plants that you can pick and dry.
        This is becoming too hard to just keep on track what is good for you, the environment, and my wallet.
        Instead of doing what is right in the first place, we have to research whether a company is doing the right thing and if not to raise awareness.

        Kind of like plastic bags. While I consider it was a good move to ban plastic bags, it is only a smokescreen. The fact is there is so much more plastic thrown out every year, that plastic bags are just the tip of the iceberg. And the fact is while banning plastic bags is a good thing, there are a lot more damaging things that people do, yet they are not banned. But taking responsibility is hard when you are fighting convenience. The future generations will suffer, but they shouldn't blame those before them, as they would do the same if they happen to live today.

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        They have English Breakfast, Earl Grey and Russian Caravan in loose leaf: https://twinings.com.au/range/loose-leaf/

        They used to do Irish Breakfast as well. Didn't like that one - it was too fine (or perhaps dusty).

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          We have been using loose leaf tea at home for last 20 years. Not twinings.
          Not for environmental or health reasons but just that the brand of tea we use only ever used to sell loose leaf and we are used to it now.

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    Russian caravan or bust.

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    Did they say there is plastic on the tea bags?

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    I wish they did more of the herbal teas in larger boxes.

    The hibiscus based teas are lovely, but buying then 10 at a time is very expensive.