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constant comment black tea bags

by bigelow

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type: black

ingredients: black tea natural flavor rind of oranges sweet spice

caffeine: strong

price level: $$$$

The Bigelow original. No recipe makes us prouder. To this day members of the Bigelow family are still the only ones who blend this secret recipe of black tea, rind of oranges and sweet spice. One sip and you will know there is still no tea like itâ?¦ take a whiff then enjoy the one and only "Constant Comment".

Recent reviews

    • Kat I

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      Great general overall tea. Butters quickly, watch steep time

    • Red Wolfe

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      This is a great tea for fans of orange spice. Excellent.

    • Andrew Eith

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      this tea is ok, i wouldnt buy it again though.....

    • Katie Buffington

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      Really good tea. Nice spice and orange flavor to compliment the black tea. I enjoy it.

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      Bob Doss

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      Very good black tea! The accented flavors comes through nicely as well.

    • Ava Gutierrez

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      Oh, this is my go-to. I've always got an individual foil packet of one of these bad boys in my fanny pack or backpack or lunchbox or pocket. Great hot, iced, room temperature bc you forgot you made tea. Perfect balance of spices. Warm and good with any combination of sweeteners and/or creamers

    • Max Sugerman

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      This is a classic tea. I don't usually like black tea, but this one brings back memories

    • Hikari Tennyo

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      A fantastic orange spice tea, one of the best out there

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      Cori W

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      Hint of orange peel flavor, a great morning tea.

    • Jeanna

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      This tea is a great black tea for all to try. Very unique and classic flavor combination.

    • Melissa Hayes

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      Really a classic tea. It reminds me of tea time at a the Haraseeket, beautiful hotel my parents use to take us to in Maine.