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Paisley Label Tea (Paisley Tea Co)


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Last Updated: Jan. 20, 2017

About Paisley Label Tea (Paisley Tea Co)

Paisley Label Tea, formerly Paisley Tea Co is a brand of tea owned by Two Leaves and a Bud, and launched in 2012. Paisley Label Tea offers several teas, all of which are organic and fair trade certified. In contrast to Two Leaves and a Bud's teas, which are available both in modern pyramid sachets and as loose-leaf, the Paisley Label Teas are sold only in traditional paper teabags.

The brand is named for the Paisley design, a pattern which originated in Persia and India, and was adopted prominently into British culture, much in the same way tea was adopted from China and India into British culture.

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Organic Ginger Green

Style:Flavored Green Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag

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Alex Zorach
(1386 reviews)
30 / 100
Picture of Organic Decaf English Breakfast

Like Paisley's other offerings, this is finely-broken tea in a flat paper tea bag.

In contrast to Paisley's other teas, which I found overwhelmingly strong, this one was weaker than typical for black tea. I steeped it a bit longer than normal, and both the color and flavor were on the mellow side.

The aroma is i...

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Sylvia
(214 reviews)
53 / 100
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Organic English Breakfast

Style: English Breakfast – Region: Blend
Aug. 23rd, 2012

This tea is a little bitter, but okay. I don't think it's worth the price. I added cream and sugar.

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37 / 100
Picture of Organic Decaf English Breakfast

This tea smells kind of like green tea, which I don't like. The flavor is kind of bland, but okay. I would never buy it because I can find cheaper versions of basic decaf black tea that taste better. I added cream and sugar.

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43 / 100
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This doesn't taste like double Earl Grey, in fact I can barely taste the bergamot at all. But even as a plain black tea, I don't like it much because it's a bit too bitter, and it has a very bitter aftertaste. It strengthens very quickly. I usually like tea strong, and I found that 2 minutes was a good brewing time. I ...

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Alex Zorach
(1386 reviews)
53 / 100
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This one wins on authenticity, and on organic and fair trade status, but I was disappointed by a high amount of astringency.

Very British-style...strong, but not as bergamot-ey as I expected. Pervasive but subdued bergamot quality.

This tea is very strong, overall. I also found it can easily be too strong...it ...

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Organic Decaf English Breakfast

Style:English Breakfast
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Decaffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
2 Ratings
Picture of Organic Earl Grey (Formerly Double Earl Grey)

Organic Earl Grey (Formerly Double Earl Grey)

Style:Earl Grey Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
2 Ratings
Picture of Organic English Breakfast

Organic English Breakfast

Style:English Breakfast
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
2 Ratings

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