I know what you're thinking......why have dairy free teabags when there is no dairy in tea? Well yes you're right my little brewsters, tea is dairy free until you pop milk in but some people either don't put milk in or use a dairy alternative.
Well PG Tips have created a special blend that goes perfectly with alternative to dairy milk. I have performed my own experiment to test the difference and I think it is very nice. It's stronger and very tasty. Now I do tend to have cow's milk or goats milk in my tea as I find I need a bit more of a creamier addition to my brew but then I can tolerate dairy so that's ok I find all the dairy alternatives, (and I've tried a lot) tend to be a bit on the thin side, a bit like skimmed cow's milk. This is great if you like a really strong brew but I like mine a bit more milky.
The Rice milk is actually nice, my preference out a lot of dairy alternatives.
The good news is even if you do like a bit of cow in your brew the dairy free teabags taste blooming lovely anyway and if you need an alternative you have that extra taste. It does have a stronger taste than the tasty decaf with rice milk. There is definitely a difference in taste but in my opinion of a chief tea taster it tastes good with whatever milk you add.
I suppose you would notice it more if you are a regular non dairy customer so if you have tried these teabags please let me know how they taste to you.
There are those people who think all tea is just the same, oh my goodness!! I can tell you they don't and I have tasted a lot of tea. I'm here though to advise you on which ones are great and worth spending your cash on. So please keep reading my posts, for good advice or in case you may just fancy a bit of a giggle because I hopefully provide both.
You can find these teabags in most good supermarkets but for more information about PG Tips go to their website at:
Thank you for reading today, please grab your brew and join me again tomorrow for Autism Support Saturday but for now.........