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Clipper Fairtrade Organic English Breakfast 250 Enveloped Tea bags

£16.43 (inc. VAT)
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1.00 KGS
Clipper's extremely special blend of the finest Organic Assam and Ceylon teas has a full, refreshing flavour that's welcome at any time of day

Box of 250 Envelopes of English Breakfast Tea

Clipper's extremely special blend of the finest Organic Assam and Ceylon teas has a full, refreshing flavour that's welcome at any time of day.

Ingredients: Organically grown fairtrade tea
Certified to International Fairtrade standards.
GB Organic Certification 5
Produce of more than one country. Imported ingredients, packed in the UK by Clipper Teas Ltd.


Established in 1984, Clipper has been an innovator in the hot drinks market for the last 25 years. Clipper has led the way in green, white and organic teas and infusions and were the first tea brand in the UK to carry the Fairtrade Mark. Clipper is the only company in the UK to offer an entire range which is Fairtrade and organic and pride themselves in being “natural, fair and delicious” only using the purest ingredients of the highest quality.

Clipper’s Specialities are a fresh take on ancient traditions - all of them are fairtrade and organic and often they reinvigorate an old favourite that has long been taken for granted. As always, their yardstick is not other organic or fairtrade teas, but the best-tasting conventional teas. Clipper English Breakfast is an extremely special blend of the finest Organic Assam and Ceylon teas and has a full, refreshing flavour that's welcome at any time of the day!

Clipper products are free from any artificial ingredients and unlike many other tea brands, they use unbleached teabags. Clipper has always sourced their own suppliers and select, blend, taste and pack their own products – ensuring a delicious cup every time. What's not to love about Clipper Teas?