Great British - 25 Pyramid Bags

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25 Loose Tea Pyramids Refill

25 Great British Tea Pyramids, each holding 3 grams of our tea blend in a biodegradable silken tea pouch. All the perks of enjoying loose leaves without the need for a teapot or tea strainer! The pouches are made from corn-starch and are 100% biodegradable.



Great British tea pyramids are our strong black tea and are a special blend of hand-plucked Cornish tea with the finest Assam for a bold full-bodied flavour. This tea is dairy-free, gluten-free, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Brewing instructions

Use filtered or bottled water just off the boil, and brew for 3-4 minutes. Whole leaves take a little longer to brew, but the short wait is well worth it.
Great British tea can be served with or without milk and sweetened with honey or sugar. Our Great British Pyramids can also be reinfused!


Tregothnan was invited to 10 Downing Street in2012 to help with the GREAT export initiative, taking the best of Britain to the World. Churchill wanted tea to be grown in the UK in the 1940’s. Now, 70 years later, the first home-grown tea is being delivered to participating Embassies.
These bespoke GREAT British Tea pyramids requested by Downing Street from Tregothnan celebrates that tea is enjoyed by more people than any other drink. Tea just about defines what makes us British – hardly a day goes by without a survey or poll confirming tea is the nations favourite drink.

Brewing the Perfect Cup

Use 1 tea bag

Water 95ºc
3-4 mins

Can be served with or without milk and sweetened with honey or sugar to taste

About us

Rare plants have been nurtured by the same family at Tregothnan since 1334. The first tea was grown in the UK in 1999 to put the ‘English into English Tea’ and the most British tea in history was first sold in 2005.

Now, over 26 miles of tea bushes thrive in the unique microclimate, seven miles inland and with a deep-sea creek bringing regular fog. Manuka bushes have also thrived here since the 1880’s, the first grown outside of New Zealand and producing the most delicious honey.