You can get orgaic Clipper tea in Alma
Clipper don't impress me much.
Way better than Lipton's.
OK, I'll give you that now, solely based on the price differential and the fact I've had a few mugs of it and it's quite good.
2 x 2g bags of Biedronka's Remsey (Black, not Ceylon) almost delivers the same oomph as 1 x 3g bag of Tesco Finest.
However, you get 80 in a box of Tesco Finest, and 75 in the Remsey. As I need two Remsey bags, I only get 37 cups out of the Remsey, so no real saving on the Tesco Finest price. If TF was back in their shops, I'd opt for that again, no question. If I were drinking small
cups of tea, I'd probably agree the Remsey wins significantly because of its price and the fact you could get 75 small but strong enough cups of tea out of it for half the price of the Tesco bags.
Biedronka's Remsey Ceylon is probably one of the better Polish brands around and there's nothing I can put my finger on to criticise it as such, but even with 2 bags it doesn't seem to have the full flavour of a good British teabag. The Remsey Black Tea seems better by a whisker and is not a bad substitute on your bench in the absence of one from the UK, especially for the price. But drop a good Brtiish teabag into your mug and you will taste the difference if you brew it for 4 or 5 mins.
I think the best Ceylon/Sri Lanka teas have an emblem, forgotten what it is now, but their tea body stamps it on to indicate approval
Auchan are doing black tea in bags - a new line of theirs in a yellow box, 5zł 86 for 75 bags. However, it is not, in my opinion, as good as the Remsey from Biedronka. The bags are slightly smaller physically although the same weight. I don't think the two shops have the same supplier for this.