Teapigs - Everyday Brew Biodegradable Tea Temples Multiple Sizes

Teapigs - Everyday Brew Biodegradable Tea Temples Multiple Sizes

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Quick Description

It’s time to get this par-tea started! Plastic and additive-free, Teapigs Everyday Brew Biodegradable Tea Temples are tea party-ready. Did someone say cake?

Key Information

  • Award-winning black tea blend
  • Whole tea leaves in plastic-free bags
  • No artificial ingredients
  • Rainforest Alliance Certified
  • Biodegradable and compostable

Product Overview

Craving caffeine but bored of your usual brew? It’s time for some quali-tea! Check out the Teapigs Everyday Brew Biodegradable Tea Temples. This black tea blend is an award-winning take on a British favourite.

Made with the finest whole tea leaves, enjoy the superior taste of loose leaf tea in the convenience of a completely biodegradable and plastic-free bag. Bold Assam, smooth Ceylon, and punchy Rwandan teas are combined to create the Teapigs signature brew.

Free from artificial ingredients, this is a wonderfully pure blend. Not only does it taste good, but it’s produced as ethically and sustainably as possible, too. It’s Rainforest Alliance certified and everything from the tea bag to the outer packaging is compostable. Say goodbye to boredom and hello to your new favourite cuppa!

Available in 15 or 50 tea bag packets.


Black Tea (from Assam, Rwanda and Ceylon).
Allergens: Made in a factory that handles nuts.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I use the Teapigs Everyday Brew Biodegradable Tea Temples?

Firstly, only use water fresh from the tap. Next, ensure you’re heating the water to the right temperature - black tea needs boiling water, so 100°C precisely. The tea to water ratio is important, too.

Use one tea temple per person and about 300ml of water - just right for an average-sized mug. Brew the tea for 3 minutes. The whole tea leaves require a decent brew time to properly infuse and permeate the water with their full flavour.

Using a pot? Warm it first to avoid lowering the temperature of the water. If making in a pot, put milk in the mug first and then the brewed tea will be the better sequence. However, if you’re making it in a mug, then pour the milk in second for best results, after the tea temple has been removed. All that’s left is to sit back and enjoy!