Yes...and these are good. Produced in 2004 by Sea Dyke, these teabags brewed up a very aged and mellow oolong. This tea as you can see had French descriptions on the box, and it would indicate that these tea may have been primarily produced for the European markets.
I will usually include a couple of teabags in my tea box whenever I travel. These teabags act as a 'quickie' when I want to have tea, and hot water is available while I am on the road.
For this aged teabags, I used 2 teabags and brewed them a 100ml teapot. Teabags work best, in my opinion, with hot boiling water. Good for 4 infusions, the tea was strong, aromatic and old tasting. It was interesting that such teabags are able to produce such a pleasant tea session....almost as good as a regular old oolong tea leaf brewing session. I can only guessed that either Sea Dyke used good tea in the teabags in early 2000s and the tea had aged nicely in my part of the world. I had tried newly produced Sea Dyke teabags but the taste was a little bland (in my opinion).
An unusual find. I recommend if you do come across older Sea Dyke teabags, to buy them. They should be inexpensive but good.