Taylors Scottish Breakfast Loose 4.4 Ounces (Best By Mar 2020)

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Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast Loose Tea in a 4.4 Ounce 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.

Ingredients:
Tea leaves from India and Africa.

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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  • 5
    My Scottish breakfast tea boxes!

    Posted by Maria Lara on Aug 3rd 2018

    I have now my 20 boxes of my favorite brand and kind of tea. Thank you. As always, it came well and I have enough for some time.
    Mar�a Lara

  • 5
    A reliable brand, a comforting beverage

    Posted by Dennis D. Rooney on Apr 7th 2017

    A famous brand of Scottish Breakfast Tea that I have enjoyed for over twenty years, it is particularly well-suited to soft water areas. If you like it black as I do, be sure not to use too much (1 tsp per cup + 1 more for the pot) or let it steep longer than five minutes. Worth the trouble to search out.

  • 4
    nice black tea

    Posted by Unknown on May 31st 2015

    Unlike Scottish Blend or Brodies Edinburgh, this Scottish tea has larger pieces, with some gold tips. Also has more bitterness than previous two.

  • 3
    Not quite a match for our water

    Posted by NCYankee on May 28th 2014

    I was looking for a tea that would be good with our softer water. This doesn't quite do it--but that doesn't mean it wouldn't be great elsewhere!