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Typhoo


Web: www.typhoointernational.com
Last Updated: Apr. 1, 2014

About Typhoo

Typhoo is a UK-based brand of tea. Typhoo was founded in 1903 by John Sumner, whose family ran a grocery business, and who decided to sell tea under his own brand name. Initially the name was Typhoo Tipps; the extra "p" in "tips" was originally a printing error, but stuck for a number of years. Typhoo claims to be the first pre-packaged tea; it originated in an era where most tea was sold in bulk.

Typhoo also owns the brand London Fruit and Herb Company.

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Typhoo Decaf

Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Decaffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
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Typhoo Leaf Tea

Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose

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Tchuggin' Okie
(297 reviews)
81 / 100
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Extra Strong

Style: Black Tea – Region: Blend
Jun. 29th, 2021

Typhoo hard-sells to appreciators of strong tea with what appears to be their newest offering, straightforwardly titled Extra Strong, with this verbiage on the side of the package: "The most hardcore quality teas from estates in India and Africa, wrestled from the plant and blended together. Deep. Bold. Strong. Th...

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JGS1122
(94 reviews)
65 / 100
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Typhoo Tea

Style: Black Tea – Region: Blend
Jul. 14th, 2020

I always buy tea bags for eating in restaurants. In the USA, Lipton is the tea offered. I have been trying different brands of bagged tea. This was my first taste of Typhoo. It has a strong taste that does not linger in your mouth. Very dark brew. Has a nice punch that will pair well with an omelette.

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Peter
(8 reviews)
70 / 100
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Typhoo Tea

Style: Black Tea – Region: Blend
Apr. 2nd, 2020

This is your everyday black tea. Strong, a bit of an undertaste (my first thought was fish) but you get used to this tea quite quickly. Dark colour in your cup, strong, traditional tea, fair price. If you're looking for a classic everyday black tea for any day of time this is absolutely it.

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Albert Ross
(1 review)
43 / 100
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Typhoo Tea

Style: Black Tea – Region: Blend
Feb. 10th, 2013

Having not drunk Typhoo for some time, recent experiences with it suggest it is unlikely to become a regular purchase. Firmly at the budget end of branded tea, a spectacular deal saw us buy some.

At first sight, things appeared promising: the somewhat nondescript aroma forgotten as a good dark colour appeared that ...

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buziosbertie
(2 reviews)
60 / 100
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Typhoo Tea

Style: Black Tea – Region: Blend
Feb. 21st, 2012

Although not my favourite brew, Typhoo has, according to my late mother, been enjoyed in my family since the 1920's. I perhaps first tasted it in the early 1950's as a young boy, and, as far as I remember, it was never usurped by any other tea in that household. It was, according to my mother, one of the few teas that ...

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Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
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Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
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