Sweet tea bags

I came up with another idea that could make my millions this morning: tea-and-sugar bags. As well as encasing a generous portion of tea leaves within the square, round or pyramidal bag, PG Tips, Tetley or one of their tea-making brethren would include a single spoonful of sugar.

The target market for the product would be labourers and office workers, essentially those without the luxury of a lovely ornamental sugar jar next to their kettle.

In homage to the branding of delayed-TV stations, the respective tea brands would simply add +1 to their names to signify boxes containing the sweetening spoonful. +2 could be considered as an additional, sweeter product, but I’d stay stop there, for the sake of the nation’s teeth and an overburdened dental profession. And to prevent a third of supermarket shelf space being dedicated to tea.

Anyone for a cup of Tetley+1?


7 Responses to “Sweet tea bags”

  1. Joe Harris on March 24th, 2009 21:21

    That’s pure awesome!

  2. lambswax on March 24th, 2009 21:52

    you’re a genius Dan

  3. Dan on March 24th, 2009 22:10

    I have to agree with you both πŸ™‚

  4. Jacko on March 25th, 2009 00:34

    Why stop there, include some powdered milk and voila; tea, sugar and white!

  5. Steve on March 25th, 2009 17:23

    An excellent idea. Do me a favour when you get to Dragon’s Den and give Theo a clout for me.

  6. MS on March 25th, 2009 21:54

    That’s really weird, I suggested that to someone at work just the other day.

  7. Jacko on March 30th, 2009 00:39

    Back off MS, I have an international patent pending for my idea, it’s a sure fire idea for an all-in-one teabag.

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