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to think that Asda extra special Rwandan teabags...

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hugoagogo Tue 25-Jun-13 18:44:33

make the loveliest cup of tea ever?

FreudiansSlipper Wed 26-Jun-13 19:41:40

i saw Rwandan tea the other day i think it was in sainsburys but i opted for twinings

shall try it though as i like strong tea

JazzDalek Wed 26-Jun-13 19:34:37

YANBU! We've been buying them for months now, very reasonably priced and they do make a nice cup, clean and bright.

I got 3 boxes for 50p each the other day, hope they aren't disconned hmm

expectingtoomuch Wed 26-Jun-13 17:59:41

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hugoagogo Wed 26-Jun-13 17:50:33

Yeah I have, they are not bad for decaf.

Horsemad Wed 26-Jun-13 17:47:05

Has anyone tried Tescos own brand decaf teabags? They make a good cuppa!

hugoagogo Wed 26-Jun-13 16:11:20

They have disappeared from my asda. shock

Not even an empty space, does that mean they have stopped making them, do you think?

I really need an alternative source of rwandan tea. sad

Onethingatatime Tue 25-Jun-13 23:09:39

PMSL at flatpack!

ladylambkin Tue 25-Jun-13 23:05:34

I bought them...they were reduced to 50p a box. What a bargain

Wonderstuff Tue 25-Jun-13 23:02:30

flatpackhamster that made me cry so funny.

JamieandtheMagicTorch Tue 25-Jun-13 22:57:12

I'd like to try it.

McNewPants2013 Tue 25-Jun-13 22:17:31

I will get my mum to buy them, she will drink any tea.

flatpackhamster Tue 25-Jun-13 22:13:33


Does everybody buy fair trade everything or is it just tea that gets pounced on?

If you aren't buying fair trade bog rolls and air freshener then you might as well just black up, because it's basically the same.

hugoagogo Tue 25-Jun-13 22:02:47

Well yes, would you believe I was involved with a fair trade charity 20 years ago, but things are complex; especially in Rwanda and tea has (I am told) played a big part in the country's recovery over the last 10 years or so.

I really didn't want to get into the ethics of tea- just that it tastes really good, but if anyone knows where I can buy rwandan tea that is fair trade, I would love to give it a try.

MaMattoo Tue 25-Jun-13 21:51:21

Sounds delicious..will try next time I go.
Fair trade has complex applications and understandings..same as Organic, careful of flaming others..

TeamEdward Tue 25-Jun-13 21:47:24

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AlbertaCampion Tue 25-Jun-13 21:46:17

Thanks for the tip OP! I love strong, malty black tea, but have never tried the Rwandan. Current favourite is Kenyan.

Apileofballyhoo Tue 25-Jun-13 21:45:21

Does everybody buy fair trade everything or is it just tea that gets pounced on?

abitlikemollflanders Tue 25-Jun-13 21:40:18

just a reminder that issues around fairtrade are complex and there are many ethical alternatives that do not carry the fairtrade mark because they cannot afford it -particularly the case for smaller producers.

never the less, still better than giving no thought at all to ethical purchasing;how our purchase choices greatly affect others.

abitlikemollflanders Tue 25-Jun-13 21:35:46

JamieandtheMagicTorch Tue 25-Jun-13 20:05:46

Just looked. Doesn't mention it's Fair Trade. Shame

JamieandtheMagicTorch Tue 25-Jun-13 20:03:45

Are we sure it isn't Fair Trade?

hugoagogo Tue 25-Jun-13 19:13:11

Oh jeeps! Can one now get flamed for not buying fair trade? shock

BridgetBidet Tue 25-Jun-13 19:13:05

I dunno but I want to go to Rwanda. A friend of mine is working there and it looks amazingly beautiful. Their national parks are stunning.

TimeofChange Tue 25-Jun-13 19:09:49

All foods from the third world should be Fair Trade.

Lilithmoon Tue 25-Jun-13 19:07:50

Is there any particular reason you don't buy Fair Trade OP?

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