Drinks Features

Canny tea in an instant

Claiming to help cut down on queues, waste and storage space is a new drinks concept of tea in a can.

No More Tea Bags dispenses liquid teas from an aerosol-style recyclable can directly into a cup and simply needs the addition of hot water and milk to make what its creators claim is the perfect cup of tea. With no need to wait for brewing and no tea bags or leaves to dispose of, it’s not only a convenient way to make an instant cup of tea, but it also increases speed of service while ensuring tea is never underbrewed or stewed.

Three varieties are available - Original, Earl Grey and Jasmine Green Tea - with each can making up to 20 cups. Before going into the cans, the tea is brewed for a full five minutes for a fuller flavour. What’s more, its Earl Grey tea is created using leaf tea, rather than fannings, for a richer taste while a high grade jasmine tea is used for its green tea. No More Tea Bags is available from next day coffee supplier Pure Gusto.
Pure Gusto 0800 644 6650


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