Yorkshire Tea Breakfast Tea

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Black Tea
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  • “Despite our heat being set to 74 I'm chilled and can't seem to get warm. I'm hoping a nice cup of this tea (thanks to Serenity!) will do the trick. I've heard good things about Yorkshire tea and...” Read full tasting note
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From Taylors of Harrogate

An authentic black breakfast tea with a lovely, refreshing flavor.

Full flavored and invigorating, it’s the perfect tea to get you going in the morning or to refresh you at any time of day. Only the finest Assam and African teas go into our Breakfast tea, creating a lively cup of yea that’s bright and refreshing.

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Despite our heat being set to 74 I’m chilled and can’t seem to get warm. I’m hoping a nice cup of this tea (thanks to Serenity!) will do the trick. I’ve heard good things about Yorkshire tea and this is my first experience with it. Wow, is it strong! Even after adding milk and sweetener it is still a little bitter, and I didn’t even let it steep for the full time. Nice, strong malty flavor. I think this tea may be just what I needed tonight!

-Large standard teabag with a string.
-Teabag smells sweet and malty. Tea liquor aroma is of strong black tea.
-Tea liquor is a thick very dark brown color.
-Strong robust flavor with a slightly bitter finish. Malty and bitter aftertaste.
-Best with milk and sweetener.
-Good tea. Strong malty flavor and finish. Takes milk and sugar very well.

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Bonnie

I have a condition that makes me get cold the bone and it’s painful.What helps is soaking in a hot bath so that the bones get warm. Then keep your feet warm after that too.

Josie Jade

Thanks for the tip, Bonnie! I’m not much for baths, but I will have to try that!

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