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Yorkshire Tea Traditional 1200 One Cup Tea Bags 3 Kg
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Tea bags Bringing you a proper brew We go to great lengths to make tea properly - from tasting 1000s of teas a day to find the best for our blend, to thinking about the water you'll brew it with at home. And over the years, we've built relationships with some of the world's top tea estates and gardens, visiting them in person as much as possible. But working closely with our suppliers is about more than quality tea. It's about trading with a conscience, doing business in a way that respects people and planet.
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Yorkshire Tea is a black blend and has actually been around since the 70's surprisingly. It's a strong cuppa and what I would call a proper brew being from oop north like!
This 1200 bag represents great value for money!
The recipe is a secret as with all great recipes (including my cheesecake one!) but to get a tea bag this good the manufacturers have to buy top quality tea. Take Yorkshire Gold, their `best ever' brew. It's a bright, luxurious cup with a smooth malty flavour that comes from a blend of teas from the top ten tea gardens in the world, particularly those in Assam, Kenya and Rwanda. It's said that from tea garden to table your tea has been tasted/tested 8 times along the way to ensure quality!
Yorkshire tea is also do a tea bag for hard water areas, a decafe and of course Yorkshire Gold!
How to make a proper brew - In a pot -
Run the tap a little so the water is nicely aerated. Use water that has boiled just once - any more than that and the level of oxygen in the water is reduced and your tea can taste a bit `flat'.
Warm the teapot first by swilling boiling water around inside it, then warm the cups with the water from the teapot. For a four-cup pot, use two teabags. For loose tea, use one teaspoon per person and one for the pot. Add freshly boiled water to the pot, stir and leave to brew for 4-5 minutes depending on how strong you like it.Read more ›
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The French are into all kinds of perfumed varieties as their supermarkets testify.For me Yorkshire bags are the strongest and suit my palate best and are extremely refreshing compared to other brands.
The big 1200 bag sack is ideal for me,saving me pounds buying from Amazon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super quick delivery, fantastic size - lasts for ages in the office.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
was for my son in new zealand and he loves it keeps him very happy as its very pricey over there for a small boxPublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good quality tea, the best in my opinion, and great value for money!Published 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
Delivered when stated and saves me trailing around supermarkets looking for such a big packet when only in UK for 1 day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. G. Dougherty