Written on: 06/02/2013
I recently ran out of my favourite tea, Punjana, and as a stop gap bought this brand as it is advertized as "strong". It isn't,to my taste it is weak and (I know this will sound stupid) watery! I even tried 2 bags in my cup and it was still weak. Another weak "strong" tea is PG Tips The Strong One. (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2011 by chocolateteapot
a delightful tea thats is both strong and refreshing...my current favorite...a bit hard to find in some tescos so if you see it buy as many as you can...i bought 6 boxes if that isn't a recommendation i don't know what is (read more)
Written on: 23/06/2010
Having read about this tea in The Times earlier this week, I am very, very impressed with it. Good dark colour and a great taste. Not to be tried by those that like a lot of milk and simply 'dip' their tea-bag for a second! A shame it isn't linked with success ... (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2009
Can't agree more with the reviews - this is a real proper cup of strong tea and I'd recommend trying it. Only problem I have had is availability at Tesco. It seems to come and go so I have to stock up. Its also reasonably priced. Check it out. (read more)
Written on: 12/07/2009
Captain Scott's is a wonderful strong tea with a smooth refreshing taste. The blend is akin to Assam.
I have just used my last bag & have had to go back to PG tips. These seem very rough in comparison. (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2009
Captain Scott's is a fantastic blend, a must for any serious tea drinker. A consistently strong brew (read more)
Written on: 17/02/2009
The best tea I've tasted in a long time. Every cup's a pleasure, and I will say there's something very satisfying in drinking something that was first blended for one of our iconic moments in history - despite the fact it ended in failure! I would recommend this tea to anyone who likes their tea full bodied, satisfying and British!!! (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2008 by mrsean2k (1 review written)
Thoroughly recommended both as method of quashing your thirst when you're spitting feathers and as a robust palate cleanser after a takeaway.
This has currently knocked Earl Grey off it's perch in our house. (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2008
Captain Scott's is a fully bodied brew, robust in strength yet smooth to the palette. I found great satisfaction in tasting a tea that those intrepid explorers took with them on their ill fated expedition to the South pole.
Absolutely delicious. Highly recommended tea for those of us who like to taste the tea flavour..not for dishwater drinkers! (read more)