Saturday, February 2, 2008

Essentials needed!

I need to order English chocolate & tea bags as we have no visitors for a while & we are out of supplies. Living in the boonies is not easy in the winter without the essentials!

Does anybody out there know of a good website that can fulfil our needs?

6 comments:

Expatmum said...

If you just type in "British goods" or something like that, there are literally scores of web sites where you can get British stuff, even sausages. It's just a question of what you're looking for.

Iota said...

World market?

ExpatKat said...

Costplus/World Market is where I get British goods. Can't beat the Lifeboat teabags they sell. QFC sell Heinz baked beans too (another of our must-haves.)

Daffodilly said...

Thanks for the suggestions I had never heard of Worldmarket before. Unluckily there are none in the N.E!!

No Costplus's around here either...darn!

abritdifferent said...

Try "British Import Store". I've tried a few (avoid Goodwoods, they sucked). I know the feeling though. I am headed to Blighty in just short of 4 weeks. I haven't been in 5 years. Five long years. I am hitting Greggs, chippies, the Indians and a good Chinese place.

Btw, found you via LittleBritainer!

Almost American said...

Not a website, but Stop & Shop in Massachusetts sells Tetleys 'British Blend' teabags. Our S&S has a small 'British' import section that includes an ever-changing selection of chocolate and biscuits (digestives, chocolate fingers, Hobnobs. . .) For 3 times the price of the Tetley's British Blend, they have PG Tips pyramid bags. My yahoo address is almost.american if you want more details or want to arrange a small shipment!