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Taylors Yorkshire 80 Tea Bags

Taylors Yorkshire 80 Tea Bags

Best By Jun 2024

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Price Per Cup: $0.14 Per Cup
Body: Medium-Full Bodied
Appearance: Dark, Bold
Aroma: Robust, Rich
Ingredients: Black Tea
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Taylors Yorkshire Tea in a Box of 80 Tea Bags

Taylors Yorkshire Tea also is known as Yorkshire Red or Yorkshire Original. Yorkshire Tea is an award-winning tea. It was awarded best cup of tea in England. Taylors Yorkshire Tea is a full-bodied English Tea. To obtain the tea's award-winning taste, Taylors blends tea from India and Africa. Tea companies blend different teas from various parts of the world to achieve unique tastes. This is authentic Yorkshire Tea imported directly from Taylors of Harrogate in England. Make sure you get the real Yorkshire Tea.

How are the Yorkshire Tea Boxes Made?
The boxes of Yorkshire teas are made from wood that are FSC® Certified sources. The Forest Stewardship Council also known as FSC®, promotes responsible forest management, harvesting wood which make sure the forest's biodiversity, productivity, and ecological processes are preserved. It is also a not-for-profit organization that has an FSC Chain of Custody Certification, which confirms that their box production process only involves wood from their certified forests and controlled sources. Basically, the boxes of Yorkshire tea go in the paper and cardboard recycling.

How are the Yorkshire Tea Bags made?
A 75% natural-based fibers material is used for their teabags: either abaca (kind of banana plant) or rayon (from wood pulp). The rest of the materials used for their tea bags is an oil-based plastic sealing material called polypropylene. However, they are planning on switching to a plant-based called Polylactic Acid (PLA), which is made from Cornstarch.

As for the outer wrap of their teabags, it is from an oil-based plastic as well, which is Polypropylene. There are also planning to replace this after their teabags. They are hoping for it to be removed and replaced in 2021. Therefore, these should go to the normal bins as it is not recyclable.

Ingredients:
Tea leaves, product of more than one country.

Brand History:
Taylors of Harrogate
England

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.

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Helen B
Little taste of home :)

Love Yorkshire Tea - nothing beats the decent full taste of that first sip in the morning. I'm an addict :)

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Anna Beth Reid
Robust daily tea

I have been drinking Taylor's Yorkshire tea for more than 30 years. I love a strong, flavorful tea and this one fits the bill! Two bags in a Brown Betty makes my daily pot. MIF!

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Lori Davis-Pedley
yorkshire tea

Definitely worth a try. My usual brands were unavailable at the time so I decided to try something new. Happily surprised. Very enjoyable if you refer a robust tea. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Rachael T
A Home Favourite

Thank you Teadog.com for having my family favourite in stock, as the supermarkets near me did not have time. As always, the Yorkshire tea was thoroughly enjoyed at breakfast time. I will be ordering for my mum in due course.

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Raymond Miller
Great tea.

Excellent tea. No need to purchase the American brands. One teabag goes along way