I don't drink much bagged tea, unless I'm travelling or feeling very lazy in the office. I do however keep a box of either Taylors of Harrogate's Yorkshire Tea or PG tips on hand for emergency tea situations. You never know when you'll need a strong black tea!
There are many different types of tea bags out there from round to pyramid shaped. One thing I've noticed is that a larger leaf plus more room to expand, usually helps yield a descent cup (but of course there are exceptions to this). These two characteristics can be found in the teabags used by two leaves and a bud.
The company sent me a generous box of samples to try. They offer both organic and conventional teas. Each pyramid bag comes individually sealed to protect freshness. In my experience thus far with the company, they have great customer service and truly care about their product.
I have also tried the Assam and Tamayokucha (green) teas, and they are both of good quality for bagged teas. I am eager to try the other teas they sent, in hopes that they are equally as good. I noticed that two leaves and a bud offers loose teas on their website, which I haven't yet seen in stores. I'm glad that I was able to give these a try, as a box may get added into the emergency tea rotation.