Taylors of Harrogate, Yorkshire Tea Gold Tea, Loose Leaf 1 Kilo

December 25, 2013 - Comment

Worth paying a little more for. Product Features One 1-kilogram bag of loose tea (35.3 total ounces) Made with a blend of fine teas from Sri Lanka, India, and Africa High in antioxidants; loose tea lets you brew the perfect cup Rich, refreshing, malty flavor; tea comes bagged to help preserve freshness Teas from Sri

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Worth paying a little more for.

Product Features

  • One 1-kilogram bag of loose tea (35.3 total ounces)
  • Made with a blend of fine teas from Sri Lanka, India, and Africa
  • High in antioxidants; loose tea lets you brew the perfect cup
  • Rich, refreshing, malty flavor; tea comes bagged to help preserve freshness
  • Teas from Sri Lanka, India and Africa; blended and packed in England

Comments

Susan L. Friedman says:

A smooth and robust breakfast tea I must admit to being a bit of a tea connoisseur. I tend to like fragrant teas but I like a base of robustness to stand up to milk. I have drunk the Yorkshire Gold tea in bags at the office, and I thought I’d try this as a base for mixing with my other teas. I have to say that it is not as smooth and tasty as the Taylors of Harrogate Kwazulu, which Amazon also carries, but it certainly does the job of an above average black breakfast tea. It’s also fine alone but would do best in the…

Robert M. Halperin "BobH" says:

One of the best breakfast teas Yorkshire Gold is one of my favorite breakfast teas. I like my tea strong, so I use two heaping measuring teaspoons for a 12 ounce tea pot. After preheating the pot with boiling water for one minute, I empty the pot, add the tea, fill of the pot with boiling water and let the tea steep for 5 minutes. Meanwhile I nuke a little milk in the microwave in my mug. I then add the tea to my mug, together with a packet of Splenda. The result is an excellent mug of breakfast tea, malty and rich…

Ryan D says:

Full-Bodied, delicious I don’t like wimpy teas. This is a robust & flavorful blend. I’m mostly planning on using this to make iced tea. I made a gallon just yesterday, and it turned out very well. I used the below mentioned brewing basket, used hot water, and let it steep for a few hours out in the sun.The leaves are fairly small, so as another reviewer said, you probably won’t want to use a typical tea ball.This one works great, and is 10$ :…

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