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Fancy a cuppa?
A selection of teas accompanied by various biscuits, for your delectation and delight. Unfortunately, we have as yet been unable to obtain supplies of sugar or artificial sweeteners; for now, therefore, patrons requiring these will have to bring their own. There is pop for the kiddies, too.

And just when I thought I wasn't going to be able to offer coffee, I found a single example (though on a poster, not a bus) - one for the sociologists to ponder, perhaps.
99 Tea
Brooke Bond Tea
Brooke Bond PG Tips
Coopers Tea
Glendower Tea
Glengettie Tea
Golden Stream Tea
Lyons Tea
Old Judge tea
P.G. Tips
Pagoda Tea Tips
Paynes G.P. Tea
Premium Tea
Ringtons Tea
Tetley tea bags
Ty-phoo Tea
Whyte's Reliable Teas
Nescafe
Drinka Pinta Milka Day (and variations)
Howard's Dairies
Job's Better Milk
... Milk
Broadhurst cakes & biscuits
Burton biscuits
Carr's Almond Crisps
Cookson's Bread & Cakes
Crawford's Rich Tea Biscuits
Elkes luxury assorted biscuits
Fox's biscuits (mainly ginger)
Huntley & Palmers biscuits
Jacob's biscuits
McVitie( & Price)'s Digestive
McVitie & Price's Rich Tea Biscuits
more McVitie's biscuits
Parkinson's biscuits
Tunnock's Caramel Wafers
Wrights Biscuits
More biscuits, brand unknown
Britvic Pure Fruit Juices
Coca-Cola
Corona sparkling drinks & fruit squashes
Heath & Smith soft drinks
Irn-Bru
J & B table waters
Kia-Ora/Suncrush
Pepsi
Schweppes
Scotts cup drinks
Smiths of Doncaster/Zarette
Spardal mineral waters
Sunfresh
Tizer
Soft drinks - in non-return bottles
... and for Children's Parties, we can also offer ...
 
What's that, sir? ... Oh, third door on the right, you can't miss it.

Thank you for visiting Ye Olde Tea Shoppe today.

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