It is a strong tasting tea, so many enjoy it with sugar and milk. More than ten million cups of Yorkshire Tea are used every day in the UK.
This full-bodied tea is named for Harrogate in Yorkshire, England. Harrogate is famed for its many pretty teashops and the yearly Harrogate Crime Writing Festival.
That is why we love to curl up with a cup of Yorkshire Harrogate and the best crime novel in front of the fireplace.
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For the best brew, we advise you steep loose-leaf tea in water that has been brought to a rolling boil for two to five minutes.
A proper brew- pure and simple. We pay fair prices for the truly best tea from farms in Africa and India to make a wonderful blend that is huge on flavour, seriously refreshing and type of the people who grew it.
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Why does Yorkshire tea taste so best? The simple reason is that we never compromise on standards. We forever buy the very best teas for our blends, and you can genuinely taste the difference.
Rich-full-bodied blend makes a perfect breakfast tea or afternoon delight. We do everything right as Rainforest Alliance Certified growers produce all Yorkshire tea.
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Our Yorkshire tea boxes carry the Forest Stewardship council’s trademark – a not for profit organisation that promotes liable forest management, harvesting wood in a way that assures the forest biodiversity, ecological processes, and productivity are preserved.
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From the producers
The best tea for your teapot. If you enjoy your tea made rightly in a teapot, you will indeed encourage the lovely rich flavour of Yorkshire tea.
Our tea tasters sample 100s of teas every week to find the one that provides Yorkshire tea with its rich, relaxing taste, and we are happy to pay that little bit extra for the pick of the crop.
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