Written on: 01/02/2011 by dabmim (7 reviews written)
There are as you are probably aware many brands of tea bags on the market from top range such as Yorkshire, Tetley, PG to Supermarket own label and some in between! However what attracted me to Yorkshire tea was in fact my in-laws! They had been drinking it while we simply went for the cheapest in most cases (when I say cheapest I mean cheapest nicest, such as supermarket own brand). So I managed to get a sample from their website and tried them at home, and I was hooked. They were much... (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2007 by Norman Bell (1 review written)
Yorkshire Tea is an excellent product, and I shall be using it on a regular basis from now on. (read more)
Written on: 19/06/2007 by viking06 (52 reviews written)
Nothing like a cup of Yorkshire tea in the morning!
It tastes slightly stronger than other teas and smells it too but this by no means impairs the flavor it still tastes great and you cant go wrong with Yorkshire tea, as its a well known fact a cup of tea solves everything! (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2007 by Donnabroom (4 reviews written)
It is made by a company called Taylors of Harrogate. Taylors of Harrogate was founded in 1886 by a tea merchant from Yorkshire called Charles Taylor. Taylors of Harrogate is a family business, and they also make delicious coffees, cakes and biscuits, and they also own the Yorkshire based Betty's Caf Tea Rooms, which are well worth a visit if you're in Yorkshire.
Yorkshire Tea is blended from teas from the 3 world leading tea producing countries; Africa, India and Sri Lanka.
There are 3... (read more)
Written on: 01/03/2007 by AndreaG (242 reviews written)
Yorkshire Tea makes a cracking morning cuppa.
Get's me ready to face the day.
It tastes stronger than a lot of the other leading teas so not for the faint hearted, yet a must for the real hardened tea drinkers out there!
Try Yorkshire Gold too, a little more expensive again but a little stronger too! (read more)
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