PG Tips Tea Bags 240 (750g)

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Product information

PG Tips Tea Bags are the UK’s leading brand of tea bags, and are perfect for making that traditional and much loved British cuppa.

PG Tips Tea Bags now come in an innovative pyramid shaped bag, providing the tea with more room to breathe as it slowly brews – so you can really enjoy that distinctive PG flavour.

It is now grown using sustainable methods, so you can enjoy your brew safe in the knowledge that it has been brought to you the right way.

Most popular with customers in France, Italy, United States of America (USA), Germany, Greece, Spain, Netherlands, Canada and Denmark, but you can buy PG Tips Tea Bags 240 for delivery worldwide.

One of our PG Tips branded products.


Black tea. Free from Irradiation, Meat and Alcohol. Suitable for Ovo Lacto Vegetarian and Vegan.

Nutritional information

Typical ValuesPer 100ml PreparedPer Serving Prepared%* per portion**
Energy (kJ)<17 kJ<17 kJ1%
Energy (kcal)<4 kcal<4 kcal0%
Fat (g)<0.5 g<0.5 g1%
of which saturates (g)<0.1 g<0.1 g1%
Carbohydrate (g)<0.5 g<0.5 g1%
of which sugars (g)<0.5 g<0.5 g1%
Protein (g)<0.5 g<0.5 g1%
Salt (g)<0.01 g0.02 g1%
*% of Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)   
1 portion = g e. (Pack contains 240 portions)   

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a cool, dry place
  3. Pack Type: Box.

Product reviews

5 starsLorie from United States on

As an American from the Southern United States, I thought I had tasted very good teas in my time, but honestly, nothing can compare to the flavor of this product. It's comparable to a fine wine in that it has hints of floral notes and has much fewer tannins than most of the tea I drink locally. In my community, we tend to drink a lot of heavily sweetened iced tea but I've always loved the more traditional hot tea as well and it's been a struggle to find American tea brands that could really live up to drinking hot and I have to say that this is my new favorite brand. It's definitely a cut above most of the products that I have access to here in the States. Highly recommend.

5 starsNicholas James from Bulgaria (Republic) on

I've always been a big Tea drinker, none of the countries I've lived in has ever sold a decent bled of tea. I can't start the day without a nice cup, then I drink it throughout the day. I'm sorry but you really can't beat an English tea, not meaning to be rude but most they sell abroad are very week and just don't have the same flavour.PG tips are excellent, it has a really great blend giving that perfect cup of tea, a beautifully smooth flavour with no bitterness at all. I normally use 2 tea bags to make a pot, leave it for about 57minutes and that's just right. I do like a strong tea, Now and again they sell an English tea here at the supermarket, but it's incredibly expensive, approximately 5 pounds for20 bags, I have had to buy it a couple of times when I've run out but the taste and quality are nowhere near that of PG. So taking that into account the PG 240 pack is a great price and lasts well over a month.

5 starsClara from France on

I discovered this tea on a work trip to the UK. I was having a bad day and the guest house host just handed me a couple of PG Tips Tea Bags I then proceeded to make the people at customs laugh because I brought back a huge box. This is the perfect tea to kickstart your day and then to get you through it at any hour ! I always leave it to brew a bit longer than is recommended and then add a dash of milk. Finding good tea abroad can be quite the ordeal so I'm glad I can purchase this one online for a fair price.

5 starsAmanda from France on

My favourite brand of tea. We order an enormous quantity and drink at least 5 cups each every day. It makes a great cup of tea, not too strong and no bitterness. It's so refreshing even on a hot summers day and I could not live without it. It is available in France but its incredibly expensive.

5 starsSue from Netherlands on

I've been using this brand for years and long before I left the UK to live in Holland.

We used to raid the supermarkets during our annual family visit/holiday in England and our Volvo station car used to be stuffed to the gills with British foods and drinks.

There are varying so-called English Breakfast Teas on the market in Holland and I've even been known to buy them when my pantry ran out of stock.

It's a taste I remember and we have all come to love in our Dutch family. It doesn't mean I don't drink other teas but at least 3 mugs of PG Tips are consumed on a daily basis.... what I would do without doesn't bear thinking about!

5 starssarah c from United States on

Delicious, nothing like what they call tea here in the USA. Can't seem to find any decent brew over here, but once in a while one does find tiny boxes of PG Tips on the shelves for a fortune of money.

I buy the big 240 count boxes and know I have enough to drink for quite a while. Now my children have all become smart enough to drink it, too, so I have to keep a box or two hidden for desperate times.

5 starskatie from United States on

I absolutely love PG tips, it's a great tasting tea - not at all bitter like other 'black' tea's. It has a milder taste if you leave the tea bag in for a couple of seconds, or for a stronger/darker tea leave in for longer. This is a family favourite!

5 starsTracey from France on

Living in France and before that living in Italy, PG Tips was the only taste that reminded me of home. After all, we are British, and the Italians and the French are coffee drinkers, not tea drinkers; all of the tea they sell and serve is not a scratch on PG Tips tea. There's nothing like a good pot of tea and a chat to an expat friend to make my day.

4 starsThomas from Finland on

PG Tips is a tea made for the typical British taste. This is much stronger than black teas available in the rest of Europe.

The taste is good, but unless you are going to blend in milk, you should not not keep the pyramid in the cup for too long.

4 starsIan from Germany on

This Tea Bag from PG is good. You can not go wrong with a brew from this brand. It is simple tasting and not too strong depending on the way you mash it. It is not as strong as some of the other teas available on the market but sometimes a super strong tea is not needed.

5 starsRoger from Germany on

A Great British tea full of flavour and strength. I would recommend PG tips to anyone who enjoys a great Cup of tea. PG tips 240 tea bags is also a great deal I saw them once over here and they wanted €7,00 for 80.I will definitely be ordering more next time.

5 starsCaterina from France on

Not only is this one of my favourite teas, it's also a great deal. Now that the price has dropped I'll definitely be included a few boxes in my next order. I don't know why it's so difficult to get decent tea abroad. The teabags I buy here in Italy just don't taste of tea and it takes ages to brew just to get any hint of flavour at all.

5 starsNuala from Italy on

I got two boxes of this last time because of the price drop. This has to be one of the best deals around. I get through at least 6 bags a day - if you put 2 in a teapot you will get 3 or 4 good cups out of it. So it also works out cheaper than other teas which are not so strong.

5 starsEwa from Italy on

This is really one the best tea bag for flavour, you can't fault it.This tea tastes really great,pyramid shape brings best the flavour and it is such a good value for money for 240 bags. It's the best for me and I get to make full pot for 4 people just with one bag.Nice to enjoy.

5 starsNicola from Italy on

One of the best English teas, I really love it as it reminds me of my summer holidays spent in the UK and my life as a student in London. With just a drop of milk and a bit of cinnamon... it's perfect! In my family we buy the large bag otherwise we would run out of it too soon.

5 starsJessica from France on

So many expats swear by PG Tips and miss them so much that they ended up bringing bags and bags back with them. Luckily we can now order them from the British Corner Shop! They can be found in France now but at silly prices so this is a great buy.

5 starsMonica from Denmark on

No other tea tastes as good as PG Tips. There is none of the bitter aftertaste you get with so many teas, so it is very refreshing, and the pyramid shape makes it so easy to handle.

My young grandchildren here in Denmark consider it a treat, and have christened it "Nanna tea", because they can only get it from their Nanna.

5 starsLiam from Netherlands on

I discovered PG tips when I moved to the UK years ago and became hooked on English tea. When I left I missed pretty much every single British food item, but tea was the hardest to live without. No tea brand - apart from Yorkshire Tea - on earth can match the taste of PG Tips. The 240 bags box is the best value for me as I use about 4 or 5 teabags a day.

5 starsAlice from France on

You can't really go wrong with PG tips. I get about three cups out of each bag if I'm making a pot of tea. There is no bitterness (unless you leave the bag in for absolutely ages in which case it's your own fault). The flavour isn't quite as fragrant as that of Yorkshire Tea.

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