We offer a range of teas in teabag form, including our iconic Lakeland Special Blend. Choose from the range of teas below that we recommend for this brew method.
Whilst the tea purist may prefer brewing loose leaf tea, there are a number of benefits of this brew method:
Brew one cup as fast as you can say: “English Breakfast with milk and no sugar, please”.
Quick and convenient – you know the feeling when you’re getting ready for work in the morning
Easy to remove from the brew once the desired strength is reached
No untidy wet leaves to deal with – minimal washing up
Great for large events
The humble teabag is often regarded as the pauper of the tea world. First commercially introduced by Thomas Sullivan in 1904 in the USA, the bags were intended as something in which to hold the sample leaves. Although, the porous material was meant to be discarded but customers found it more convenient simply to drop the whole bag into hot water and thus the teabag was born. The square tea bag was invented in 1944 and like all great designs, it is still with us today.