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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec 7 oz / 200 ml

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From Taylors of Harrogate

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.

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6770 tasting notes

I received a HUGE box of this from LiberTEAS! WOW!!!

Honestly, this is the first time I have ever tried anything from Yorkshire (Taylors of Harrogate)…I’m so glad I got the opportunity to try it!

When they refer to this as standard…it pretty much sums it up! It’s a fairly standard black tea in a bag. I think it’s pretty flavorful for a bagged tea and it’s not bad. A good bagged tea to have on hand…never know when you might need it, ya know!?

It’s alright.

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96 tasting notes

This tea is hardcore. Honestly, it beats up other teas in back alleys and consumes their strength, adding it to its own. If you steep one of these bad boy teabags for a while, it’s almost like drinking a cup of coffee. It means series business and I love it.


I picked up a box from a British import store when I was visiting my parents in Ontario over Easter, and I’m really considering making them send me more because this tea has become my best friend and confidant.

It’s a strong, standard black tea, and I was surprised that I liked it so much because I’m usually wary of teas that come in bags with an undetermined sitting-on-store-shelf time. But this was fresh tasting, with full, fresh, punch-in-the-face flavour.

If you drink one tea this summer, drink this one.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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54 tasting notes

Classic British tea! We call it ’builder’s tea’ in my family. :) I get my mum to bring this over for me when she visits. I love how strong it is and how it stains my mug with all that tannin. This tea can be made so ridiculously strong and absolutely needs lashings of milk and sugar. I brew this tea up when I need some serious comforting. A personal favourite. Tea snobs take note: you’re missing out.

Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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17 tasting notes

My dad works for British Imports so I get this tea as well as PG Tips and Rich Tea biscuits. To me this tea is not as good as the PG Tips but still proof that inexpensive tea bags can be great quity tea. I enjoy this tea with organic vanilla creamer and the Rich Tea biscuits every other three mornings (I have a lot of morning type teas) and because of it I always greet the rest of the day with a smile.

205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 30 sec

not quity lol

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9 tasting notes

My best friend brought this over when she came over to visit me from Britain. It’s absolutely my favorite tea, I love it with a touch of sugar and milk.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I actually browse the shelves at Home Goods and TJMaxx for my tea as their prices are excellent and one finds some very unusual teas there. I am most definitely a hard core black tea person however, and since they no longer carry the best tea in the world – Twinning 1706, I saw lots of the Taylor’s of Harrogate and decided to try that. Wonderful stuff! Sadly however, after a year of their having it, the shelves are currently bare. So it was either back to ordering 1706 from Amazon or order my Taylor’s online. Decisions…decisions… but there really is nothing quite like the 17006.

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First day in Switzerland with Cara after not seeing her for almost six months. It feels like a day at a coffee shop with her back when we were in high school. The tea is from her friend who lives in England. Swiss flag cup (nothing could be better.)

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36 tasting notes

Nice and hardy! Perfect for waking up or that extra boost in the afternoon.

185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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Very strong taste

150 °F / 65 °C 3 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 7 OZ / 200 ML

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1660 tasting notes

I got this freeeeee. From Longos. With about $50 worth of groceries for their grand opening. Mostly non essential stuff, but the decadent version. Noms!
Anyhow, that was a few weeks ago.
I’ve had this twice now. For a bagged brew, I think its pretty decent.
Dark and brisk, with some malt… takes milk well, and doesn’t require sugar unless you want it. I like the depth here, and the complex roundness. One of the better teas I’ve had for awhile!

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