Taylors Green with Jasmine 50 Tea Bags (Best By Apr 2020)

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Taylors Green with Jasmine in a Box of 50 Tea Bags
Taylors Green with Jasmine start with a traditional green tea that dates back to the Song Dynasty in the 9th century. Skill and detail go into producing Taylors Green with Jasmine tea. Jasmine flowers are picked early in the morning because it is vital to catch the flowers just as the buds are opening. Then, the green tea is sprayed with local spring water before being mixed with the fresh Jasmine blossom and allowed to infuse overnight. Then, the flowers are removed through sieves, to give a fine delicate green tea balanced perfectly with the flavor of Jasmine. Taylors Green with Jasmine is a light and delicate tea with a floral aroma. Taylors Green with Jasmine is best served without milk and with sugar or honey.

Green tea leaves.

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 QueenÂ’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development, given only to companies with strong ethical, social and environmental values.

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  • 5
    A very nice Jasmine Green Tea

    Posted by Miriam on May 12th 2017

    I was hoping for Jasmine Tea that reminded me of what I get in Chinese restaurants and this is perfect. Despite it's being in tea bags and not loose it brews a lovely cup of Jasmine Tea and it isn't bitter.