When you shop by brand for teabags, keep I mind that the British-style 3.1-gram teabags have 50 percent more tea than the U.S.-style string and tag teabags. British sachets are larger to allow the tea more room to brew. PG Tips, the most popular brand of tea in the United Kingdom for the past 75 years, invented the pyramid tea bag. It acts like a miniature teapot, allowing the tea leaves more room to infuse in the cup or pot.
Taylors of Harrogate has been producing premium teas in England since 1886. Taylors was a founding member of the Ethnical Tea Partnership, which monitors working conditions at tea estates around the world. Twinings of England has been supplying delicious teas for more than 300 years. Typhoo has been a favorite of working families and business leaders for its brisk, bold taste. Use less loose-leaf Typhoo than you would other brands to brew a perfect cup.