Taylors English Breakfast Loose in a 4.4 Ounce Package
A much-loved classic, Taylors English Breakfast is a special blend of teas from two of the world's most famous tea growing countries, India and Africa. Taylors English Breakfast combines all the superior characteristics you would expect from a traditonal English tea merchant. Taylors English Breakfast is full-bodied, rich and refreshing tea that brews a bright copper color. Traditionally the perfect way to start the day, Taylors English Breakfast can be enjoyed any time of day. Taylors English Breakfast can be served with or without milk.
Tea, produce of more than one country.
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.
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A bit of sugar and a little milk in a cup, pour in this tea from the pot and you have the perfect breakfast tea. I just keep adding tea every time the cup is about half empty and the brew is good to the very end of the 16 ounces in my pot.
good---but i was expecting more leaves and not so many ground up bits.
I use Taylor's English Breakfast both as a fourth part of my own blend and "straight" -- one tea scoop per 8 oz. cup, plua scoop for the pot. It's a tea with a medium body, nice amber color and a nice, tart "bite", like a good (and fresh) Chinese Keemun. Consistent quality from package to package. An excellent tea. Superb with lemon and a touch of orange peal. I don't drink milk with tea, but for
I always go through this one first. I use the tea bags too, but on the weekends when I brew a pot, this is my go to.