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Written on: 22/08/2015 by 1945Finch (1 review written)
"Have used Glengettie tea for many years, always been happy until now. I bought a box of 80 tea bags expiry date June 2018 this week and the quality is so bad I can't drink it - it looks almost normal when brewed but is so weak and bland/tasteless that it is unusable. I have emailed Glengettie about this but no reply. If they don't resolve this problem very quickly they will certainly have lost me as a customer and probably anyone else who buys the latest batch." … Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2013 by azmol (1 review written)
A friend reccomended this brand of tea some time back, ever Since I tried it. I have never gone back to pg or tetleys again. It realy is the BEST TEA I have ever tasted, I am a chef and hence A good tase bud. If I was the founder/owner of this brand I would post 1 tea bag to every house in the uk. after trying this tea, they will never Go back to those tasteless tea bags again. Thank you glengettie for your delicious tea Azmol, from cardiff Ps sorry for any english grammar error's… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2012 by thesnodgrass (3 reviews written)
I like strong breakfast tea with milk, and I have never come across a better blend than Glengettie. It isn't always easy to find but Lidl stock it these days. Some teas have barely enough in the bag to make a strong brew, but Glengettie have no problems with flavour… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2011 by glengettie369 (1 review written)
Glengettie tea is marketed and designed to be drink with the softer welsh water. if you are drinking Glengettie in London then you are not going to enjoy the full flavour, as it will be distorted by limescale. i hope this helps all you who dont understand the magical wonders of Glengettie tea… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2011
Me again (the one being mean about the tea). I just wanted to say I was too harsh on the tea the first time so I wanted to write a nicer review!
Well I have been drinking this tea every day since I bought it (a week ago) and I guess it has grown on me a little bit.
I still stand by my comment that it's certainly not one of my favourite teas and that (for me) it does not have any particularly special taste (hence my earlier comment bland) unlike some other teas where I really do enjoy the… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2011
I guess I am alone here but I don't get all the fuss of this tea on this review site at all. I tried it (totally unbiased before reading any reviews - I just saw it in tesco and decided to try it)
It's an ok tea, nothing more. I prefer for example twinings traditional english, pj tips, tetley...basically this is one of my LEAST favourites of black teas I have tried to be honest.
I suppose maybe whatever it is that everyone else loves about it could be the thing I dislike about it. It just… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2010
It's interesting reading the other reviews as my experience is the same. This is an excellent product, and yet the major supermarkets rarely stock it, and if they do, they never promote it, preferring to leave it hidden on a bottom shelf. I've ended up buying it in bulk direct from the manufacturer which is far from convenient… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/07/2010
I had my first pot of Glengettie loose tea at The Printing House in Solva Pembrokeshire in June of this year.
After telling the host that it was the best tea I had ever tasted, she informed me that I could actually buy it by the packet from her. This I did and also purchased a pack for my daughter.
We have now used more that half of the packs and would like to ask if it can be purchased in Birmingham or any other part of the West Midlands… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2010
i HAVE BEEN DRINKING GLENGETTIE TEA SINCE I WAS FIRST INTRODUCED TO IT WHEN WORKING IN QUALITY CONTROL AT BEJAM HEAD OFFICE BACK IN THE 80'S I STILL DRINK IT TODAY AND WOULD RECOMMEND IT EVERYTIME ABOVE ANY OTHER TEA.
UNFORTUNATELY I FIND MY SELF IN THE POSITION OF HABING TO SEARCH FOR IT EVERY TIME I SHOP. LAST YEAR WHILST ON A VISIT TO WALES I PURCHASED 8 PACKS OF 120 TEA BAGS AND AM JUST USING MY LAST PACK. wHERE CAN I FIND IT WAITRISE HAVE CEASED TO STOCK IT, TESCO SEEMED TO HAVE STOPPED… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2009
We love this Glengettie Tea but both Waitrose and Tesco have stopped stocking it. Help!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/05/2009
Glengettie Tea is the best tea ever. It is the one thing I stock up on every time I am home… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/03/2009 by lhuntley (1 review written)
Several years ago a cousin met up with her American cousins. She brought Glengettie tea as a gift to us, and we have been drinking nothing else since (unless its out of stock everywhere on the web!… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2009 by pebbles126 (1 review written)
Glengettie Tea has been our favourite tea since we first tried it about 20 years ago. Unfortunately it is impossible to buy where we live on the Isle of Wight so we have to buy up loads whenever we go down to the west country. The other day I rang the customer services number printed on the box and was delighted to discover that they do mail order, I received the order form by return of post. So all you people out there looking for your Glengettie.......ring that number!! The best tea ever!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2009
We have only recently discovered the joys of drinking Glengettie and, as far as we are concerned, no other brand of tea will ever cross our threshold again. Glengettie is shear perfection and its quality never varies. Other brands do vary quite a lot. One can get different quality brews from the same pack of teabags; sometimes one gets a reasoble cuppa and other times its just like 'maiden's water. This doesn't happen with Glengattie. However, I would like to know why it is such a well kept… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2008 by Chris Thilthorpe (1 review written)
A great taste with good colour and as we drink tea in our house like it is going out of fashion you can take it for granted as far as tea bags are concerned its King… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/11/2008 by Dave Wellock (1 review written)
Recommended for a great relaxing and refeshing drink. First time I've tried it and, I must say, was very impressed with the overall flavour and smoothness. I bought it on a special promotion in a Lidl supermarket in Morecambe, Lancashire, but don't know where to purchase it anywhere else. I remember my mother always buying Rington's tea, delivered direct to the door when I was a small boy, but that was never available in the shops… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/04/2008 by emmerle (1 review written)
I absolutely love Glengettie Tea, but I do not know where to go to buy it, Its hit or miss if tesco has it on their shelves, Morrisons do not stock it at all neither do Asda… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/02/2008 by Bigmark (1 review written)
I have only used the loose tea, never tried the bags.
I was introduced to Glengettie by my ex girlfriend who lived near Bridgend, unfortunately I live 250 miles from Wales & it's a long way to go just for some tea!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2008 by naguerea (1 review written)
I was introduced to Glengetti tea in 1968 as a soldier in Gloucester and since then, except for war and pestilence have drunk no other.
I drink it without milk or sugar.
It is the most popular tea in Wales, and amazes me, each time I look at a packet to see:
Hefryn yng Nghymru cry cenedlaethau
Which I know from reading the other side of the pack to mean:
A favorite in Wales for generations.
Which by the way, the dear people of Wales are only 70miles from my house… Read Full Review