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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Going For Gold!

With the Olympics going on at the moment, it’s been quite a ride so far for the delegates over at Rio de Janeiro. History was made not just by America’s own Michael Phelps but some nations alone such as Fiji, who won their very first medals. Whether you support Team USA, Team GB, or any …

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Recipe – Tea Loaf

This is an uncomplicated recipe but it requires two days of your time!  The first thing you need to do is to make yourself a large teapot full of tea and sit and drink one cup.  That should set you up for the challenge ahead. DO NOT DRINK ALL THE TEA.  You will need: 14 ozs …

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Favourite Tearooms in the UK — Part II

In my last post, I talked about a couple of tearooms in the UK which are especially dear to me.  In this post, I’d like to invite you to spoil yourself, indulge in tea, companionship and culinary delights in the wonderful world of High Tea.  High Tea or Afternoon Tea is a British institution that …

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