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Taylors of Harrogate

Taylors Scottish Breakfast Loose 4.4 Oz

Taylors Scottish Breakfast Loose 4.4 Oz

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Price Per Cup: $0.18 Per Cup
Body: Full Bodied
Apperance: Dark, Rich
Aroma: Robust, Rich
Ingredients: Black Tea
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Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast Loose Tea in a 4.4 Ounce/125 Gram Box

Taylors Scottish Breakfast Tea is a blend of tea from Kenya's Eastern Highlands and the Assam region of India. Scotland is famous for its water, whether used for salmon-fishing or whisky making. Taylors Scottish Breakfast is designed specifically for Scotland's soft water. Taylors Scottish Breakfast is best served with milk.

Tea leaves from India and Africa.

Brand History:
Taylors of Harrogate

Taylors of Harrogate is now part of Betty & Taylors of Harrogate in Yorkshire, England. Taylors was started by Charles Taylor in 1886 in England and began as CE Taylor & Co. Taylor began his career buying teas that stores could sell as their house brand. Taylor's specialty was creating new blends of tea tailored to each area's unique local water. Charles and his brother Llewellyn Taylor started CE Taylor in Leeds, England as tea and coffee merchants. Taylors has been awarded The Queen's Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development, given only to companies with strong ethical, social and environmental values.


Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Douglas Goldenberg
Great stuff

This is my favorite black tea for having with milk and sugar. Rich and strong, but not too much of that characteristic “malty” Assam tea flavor. Brighter, and larger pieces than pure Assam or similar.
It’s a little much plain black, unlike maybe Darjeeling or Yunnan black teas. Good for Oregon soft water.

Anthony Blose


Jeremy Dubin
Decent tea

I had previously tried this tea in sachets and liked it, so I figured I'd try the loose leaf version. I remembered it as being mild and inoffensive, but now having tried the loose tea, my suspicions are confirmed. It is, in fact, mild and inoffensive. I guess my complaint is that it's a little TOO mild. The taste just kind of disappears as soon as you drink it down. On the bright side, it's not a BAD tea either--kibd of floral, never gets bitter--just doesn't have the "punch" I like.

Debra W Hall
Love this Tea

Scottish Breakfast starts my day, and then I continue to drink it all day. I did discover I don't do well with loose tea. So I did a happy dance when you had the bagged tea back in stock.

Cindy Anderson
No My Fav

While I've loved several of Taylors blends in the past, this one seemed a bit lack-luster to me. I gave it two tries and even used more tea leaves than normal. Both times I found it to be milder than expected. It did have a nice malty flavour and wasn't at all disagreeable. Admittedly, its overall mildness did relax me and transport me to the hills of Scotland. If you don't care for bold blends then you'll probably find this one works well for you. If you prefer a bit more "umph" in your cup, I'd recommend trying a different blend.