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New from Taylors: Yorkshire Earl Grey and Yorkshire Green Tea

Owens Irish Tea

If you drink Yorkshire Tea or Yorkshire Gold, then you will sure want to try the new Yorkshire Earl Grey.

Produced by the same company that makes the original Yorkshire Tea and Yorkshire Gold Tea, Yorkshire Earl Grey is all new.   Taylors new Yorkshire Earl Grey Tea is made with the highest-quality black tea and then use natural bergamot for a one-of-a-kind taste.

If you are a green tea drinker, try Taylors new Yorkshire Green Tea, This is an elegant green tea, delicately scented with Jasmine. This is a light, refreshing tea that can be enjoyed throughout the day.

This is a new tea produced by Taylors of Harrogate, who make the original Yorkshire Gold.  Yorkshire Tea has been awarded the Best of Tea in Britain.


Intaba African Chai


Are you a chai tea drinker? Maybe you are looking for something spicy to add to your regular cup of tea.  Then, you need to try Intaba African Masala Chai.

For this unique chai, Intaba starts with the rooibos. Then, an exotic and uniquely African blend of spices create a one-of-a-kind chai, unlike any chai you had before.  Intaba Tea is a genuinely African Tea company, based in South Africa.


Tea Recipe: Strawberry Punch from the 1900s

PG Tips Green Tea


This Strawberry Punch is a drink everyone will enjoy.  An English Tea may be good for this, but any tea you have around the house will work.  Remember  to use less sugar if desired.

• 1 quart boiling water
• 3 teaspoons of tea (or 3 tea bags)
• Juice of 4 lemons
• Juice of 2 oranges
• 2 cups of sugar
• 1 pint of strawberries (more if preferred)
• 4 cups of sparkling water (or 4 cup of spring water)

Make tea by adding 3 teaspoons of loose tea (or 3 tea bags) to 1 quart of boiling water. Separately, combine the juice of 4 lemons, juice of 2 oranges, 2 cups of sugar and 1 pint of strawberries. Then, pour in the tea, add 4 cups of sparkling water or spring water. Chill and serve.

This recipe is one of 50 you can get in the new tea ebook “Your Great Grandmother Made Better Tea: 50 Ice Tea, Tea Punch, Tea Dessert Recipes from 1890 to 1920,″ compliments of teadog.com. You can get the ebook in PDF, Kindle or ePub (for Nook and other readers) format.


Get Your Free Tea Book

Tea ebook

Get a free ebook for your Kindle, Nook, other ereader (or PDF format) with our compliments.  The ebook "Your Great Grandmother Made Better Tea: 50 Ice Tea, Tea Punch, Tea Dessert Recipes from 1890 to 1920" offers tea recipes that have been lost over time.  Recipes are from 1890 to 1920, when tea occupied a prominent place in US culture. 

Despite dating from 1890 to 1920, these recipes still are easy-to-follow using just a few simple steps. Still readily found in most supermarkets today, the ingredients listed are popular items of the time.  Now, you never have to make boring tea any longer. Just try 1 or 2 of these simple tea recipes and you may find a new favorite. Try making some of these for your kids as an alternative to sodas or other sweet drinks.

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