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Twinings Tea+ Gluten-free?
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Hi All,

Is Twinings tea gluten-free? I can't find a reference on here. The English Breakfast and Earl Grey are on my mind.

Thanks!

lisa

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Hi All,

Is Twinings tea gluten-free? I can't find a reference on here. The English Breakfast and Earl Grey are on my mind.

Thanks!

lisa

English Breakfast - Ceylon, Kenyan and Indian teas, no other ingred.

Earl Grey - Tea, Bergamont flavouring. (??Bergamont), no other ingred.

I don't know what the flavoring is.

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English Breakfast - Ceylon, Kenyan and Indian teas, no other ingred.

Earl Grey - Tea, Bergamont flavouring. (??Bergamont), no other ingred.

I don't know what the flavoring is.

Just looked it up...

Bergamont flavoring is derived from Mediterranean Oranges.

So they both should be gluten free.

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I drink Twinings and Stash Teas with no problems. I checked both the websites and Stash has on their site that they are gluten free. I can't find anything about it on Twinings site. Hope that helps.

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I drink Twinings and Stash Teas with no problems. I checked both the websites and Stash has on their site that they are gluten free. I can't find anything about it on Twinings site. Hope that helps.

Thank you everyone very much!

lisa

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I drink Twinings (4-5 Earl Grey teabags a day). No problem.

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Twinings says on their FAQ's that all of their teas are gluten-free.

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Twinings says on their FAQ's that all of their teas are gluten-free.

Thank you everyone!

lisa

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I didn't know there are any teas that aren't gluten free! :unsure: Are there a lot of them or are there brands to look out for that aren't safe?

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