Taylors of Harrogate, Yorkshire Gold, 160-Count, Black Tea Bags Review

Taylors of Harrogate Yorkshire Gold, 160 Teabags

  • 160-count tea bags
  • Authentic Yorkshire gold tea
  • English Tea with a unique and distinctive taste
  • It is full-bodied and has a malty flavor
  • Blend of 3 leaf origins from the top 10 gardens of the world
Yorkshire Gold from Taylors of Harrogate is the original Yorkshire Tea. This is the tea that started it all. Taylors Yorkshire Gold is a premium English Tea with a unique and distinctive taste. You can even call it a luxury tea. It is full-bodied and has a malty flavor.

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3 Comments on “Taylors of Harrogate, Yorkshire Gold, 160-Count, Black Tea Bags Review
  1. 57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Cuppa English Tea (In My Book), January 2, 2010
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    P. Phillips (Austin, Texas) –
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    First off, I’ll let it be known that I’m English. That means I have spent my lifetime drinking lots and lots of tea, which I think is compulsory when you’re English. I’ve had many different types of tea (mostly tea from England such as PG Tips and Typhoo) and when I finally stumbled upon Yorkshire Tea on a trip back home about 6 years ago I’ve been hooked. This is by far my favorite tea and I drink 3-5 cups of it a day.

    Although many reviews say a bag is meant for a pot of tea that is not truly the case. A bag is meant for a single cup of tea. Now, some people may prefer a weaker cup of tea, like my mum who will use a bag twice since she prefers a weaker cup, but one bag is really meant for one cup. Alas, to each his own. I personally like a very strong cup of tea so I use one bag per cup and I allow it to steep for a minimum of four minutes. Then I use a bit of half and half (whole milk at the minimum) and a half teaspoon of sugar. Wallah, the perfect cup.

    As for price, well, Amazon cannot be beat! I have searched high and low for this tea and have not once been able to find it for less than what Amazon sells it for in the States.

    Grab a cup and enjoy this very fine tea. You won’t be disappointed.

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  2. 33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Absolutely #1 tea, August 2, 2013
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    If you want an excellent taste and smooth tea without the bitterness and sour after taste-give this quality product a try. As a military man who lived all over the world and tried every indigenous tea. After 3 decades Yorkshire is my first choice.
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  3. 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Why is this Tea so Special?, January 21, 2010
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    Jesse Carnes (Baton Rouge, LA USA) –
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    I have drunk “english-blends” of tea in various forms and guises. But being a wee bit Scottish, I tend to like everything in life, “maxed-out”. Almost all tea blends from various companies have FAILED to meet my criterion of “Maximum Tea Experience”. Now, along comes Yorkshire Gold tea. Yorkshire Gold tea is carefully blended in North Yorkshire England by Taylors of Harrogate, and part of the real secret to this tea is the company’s attention to DETAILS. Now undoubtedly, such teas like ASSAM (from North-East India) will give you some strength, but not always enough brightness. “Strength” works well at the Middle and FINISH of the flavour gamut, but initially, it is Brightness which catches your palate’s attention and then the Stength simply Underscores it. It’s sort of like playing a huge C chord on a concert piano in double octaves and then you gently add a LOW Contra C. The deep low note brings out the richness of the chord. The case is the same here with Yorkshire Gold. So why Yorkshire Gold and not another brand? The parent company in Harrogate is a superlative corporation who takes great pains at CONSISTENCY. The magic is in the Details. I am actually drinking a cup of Yorkshire Gold RIGHT NOW as I type this, and I can tell you, I have never found a company more consistent, attentive to details, and maddeningly insistent upon excellence. Through myriads of experiments and counter-experiments, Taylors has discovered what GRABS the tea-drinker’s “Gustatory” attention, if you will. But there’s more: this blend both refreshes and relaxes you like none other.
    Additionally, there is something here to which coffee drinkers may relate: AROMA. When I make the loose or bag tea variants, both exude an almost beefy richness in bouquet. The process of mixing furiously boiling fresh water with the tea invaribly and consistently produces a fine aroma akin to the scent of a British Sunday Lunch where a delectable roast beef is the order of the day. Rich, piquant, and satisfying. If your brand of tea does not do ALL that I have noted … consider a change.
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