Taylors Yorkshire 80 Tea Bags (Best By Jul 2020)

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Taylors Yorkshire Tea in a Box of 80 Tea Bags
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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.

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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  • 4
    Of course...

    Posted by Bob Tripp on Sep 3rd 2018

    I suppose some PR/marketing folks think that sending out these kinds of emails will increase business...but I think this is stupid: the very fact that I keep on ordering Taylors Yorkshire should tell you that we like it....surely you can program these emails not to send them to people who don't want them.

  • 5
    Best strong tea ever

    Posted by Beth on May 1st 2018

    I've been drinking Taylor's for 30 years...there is no better strong Northern tea. Two bags make an 8-cup brown betty...my morning brew.

  • 4
    yorkshire tea

    Posted by daniel rankin on Nov 23rd 2017

    If I did not like your tea I would not keep on buying it I do not feel I should have to give a review every time I drink it. Thank you for your interest but please stop asking.

  • 5
    Good tea

    Posted by Ian Smith-Parker on Feb 22nd 2014

    I always enjoy this tea. Strong and flavorful.

  • 5
    I Love This Tea

    Posted by Richard Starr on Dec 26th 2012

    Just a good, strong, every day tea. I think it is the best tasting tea I've had (at least in tea bag form). Really deep flavor, and most refreshing.

  • 5
    Taylor'e Yorkshire

    Posted by Michael Cusick on Nov 28th 2012

    Quite simply the best there is.

  • 5
    Very good tea

    Posted by Dmitry Efimov on Nov 9th 2012

    Let's try Yorkshire red tea. Very much it was pleasant.
    In England didn't find firm that delivered to Russia. Thanks teadog.com, with your help was bought by this tea. It is very happy. Now constantly I drink Yorkshire Red tea and Yorkshire Gold.

  • 5
    bargain buy

    Posted by D. M. Porter on Oct 23rd 2012

    Discovered while living in England in 1980. One of the least expensive teas at Sainsbury's (80p for 80 tea bags, but about 1.80 now). Much better than their more expensive Yorkshire Gold for my taste. Makes me think of Cambridge when I drink it every morning. Very happy that now I can get it from Teadog!

  • 3

    Posted by Bazmon on Nov 15th 2011

    Normally my favourite tea but this order was weak in colour and taste...

  • 5
    Love Yorkshire Red

    Posted by melruth on Oct 24th 2011

    We drink this tea all day long.

  • 5
    A Perfect Cuppa

    Posted by The Wine Guy on Aug 22nd 2011

    I just finished a cup of this tea and must tell you that you'll be very hard-pressed to find a better full-bodied, smooth tea with that gorgeous Assam malt and all else in balance.

    Word of warning: do NOT oversteep to avoid bitterness! I steep mine 2 1/2 minutes, whereas my breakfast tea I'll steep up to 5 minutes.