Worst expensive tea I've ever had. Tastes terrible and needs 2 teabags per cup to give it any strength.
Awful. Had to use 2 teabags and still weak. No flavour
Not good. Has a really horrible fishy smell. Will not buy again
Not too bad
Not too bad. Getting the taste for it .. as long as my pocket allows. Like this as they use a carbon dioxide method I think of getting most of the caffeine out. A much better way that using dangerous chemicals. Can't see the advantage of going decaf and allowing dangerous chemicals into the body. I did buy some Twinings decaf thinking that they used the carbon dioxide method. Or rather still using it as I tried some a while ago when they did do it that way and later found out they had changed it. Needing a bit less milk too with this but a mite more sugar (Hmmm ).
Buy cheap, buy twice.
Tried a cheaper brand but they tasted horrible compared to these.
No teabag 'skeletons' in the compost!
I switched to decaffeinated tea a few weeks ago and have not gone back. A previous reviewer mentions a fishy taste. I have only noticed this when drinking milky tea straight after eating liquorice or aniseed sweets. I don't know why that reaction takes place but it does. Anyway, these teabags make a nice light refreshing cuppa. My previous brand did too but these are completely plastic free so no more teabag 'skeletons' blowing around the garden when using home compost. I can't claim to be a totally plastic free consumer but every little helps.
Great tea; need more in a box!
The best decaf tea! If only it was still available in bigger boxes :(
I really wanted to like this tea, but to me it tastes of fish. I don't know why, since Clipper claim not to use ammonia in the decaffeination process.
Well done Clipper - plastic-free teabags!
I will be using Clipper teabags in future because they are plastic free. Well done Clipper!
This are the best decaff teabags of all. Glad you
This are the best decaff teabags of all. Glad you have them in stock again