Breakdown of Brands: Taylors of Harrogate

Charles Taylor, originating from Harrogate, England, founded Taylors of Harrogate in 1886. Now you can see where the name originates from. They are makers of both tea and coffee and pride their skillful hand in making the best of the best. Taylors has since opened a chain of coffee houses. Some coffee houses were so …

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Soreen Malt Loaf

If you have ever had a Soreen Malt Loaf in the past and miss its soft, squidgy texture, you’re in luck! English Tea Store has become a supplier of these sticky little loaves. They are the most popular malt loaf in the UK and now they can be enjoyed right here in the US. These …

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Taking Tea in Durham, UK: A Defensive Strategy

When visiting a new place, it can be hard not to become overwhelmed by the number of things there is to do and see. It is tiring to bounce from one thing to another, without a break, in an attempt to see as much as possible in your time there. My strategy for avoiding such …

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Saving British Tea?

By William I. Lengeman III Is tea under threat in Britain, a country that's pretty much a poster child for our beloved leafy beverage and which chose it, a few years back, as one of the icons that have formed the nation's identity? Well, not so fast, Jack. While there are those who decry the …

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Really Steep Tea

When it comes to tea, the word "steep" can have several meanings. The most common of these, of course, is as a verb - to steep your tea by soaking the leaves or a tea bag in hot water so that you can drink it. You could also use "steep" as an adjective, as in …

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