Taylors Yorkshire Loose 8.8 Ounces (Best By Mar 2020)

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Taylors Yorkshire Loose in an 8.8 Ounce Package
Yorkshire Tea loose is tea for traditional tea drinkers. 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.

If you prefer traditional tea bags, consider getting Yorkshire Tea in an 80 tea bag box.

Tea leaves, product of more than one country.

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.

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  • 5
    Just the best

    Posted by Paula on Jul 6th 2017

    Smooth and flavorful true tea taste. Good with lemon and honey, lemonade, and milk and/or sugar. Don't waste your time on any others, and if you want to do it right, use loose, not bags.

  • 5
    Strong tea for Breakfast

    Posted by cymraes on Oct 9th 2012

    Better than coffee in the morning. Wakes us up but doesn't make us jittery.

  • 4
    Like it Better Than The Gold

    Posted by Joe S on Jan 10th 2012

    Like it more than the Gold. I agree with the other reviewer that the tea is really fine and does not work too well with a tea ball. I make it by the gallon using sugar,lemon,and fresh honey (not the store bought kind) by using a coffee filter. Makes quite the tasty tea to be enjoyed anytime. You need to be careful though because its pretty strong and you can end up making a really strong batch

  • 4
    A Great Eye Opener

    Posted by DIYinSTL on Apr 18th 2011

    This is the tea I start every week with; it get's me going on Monday mornings. It's big bold flavors are more robust than the "Gold" version. It also falls into the economy category which fills my needs Monday through Saturday. I like my tea STRONG and this brews up well without being bitter. The texture is like little balls, smaller than PG Tips, with very few fines at the bottom of your cup.

  • 1
    Too fine for loose leaf tea.

    Posted by Linda on Mar 19th 2011

    The tea looks like you opened some teabags and used that for loose tea. It has no tea leaves in it. Looks like ground up tea. Hard to gauge how much to use to keep it from not being too strong. I am disappointed.

  • 4
    Very Tasty Tea!

    Posted by Demelza on Dec 23rd 2010

    A robust tea. Being somewhat new to British teas, I find that i like them best at what most people would consider half strength. I use 1 teaspoon per two cup pot of tea and that is just right for my taste.