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  • Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast, 50 Teabags (Pack of 6)
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  • Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast, 50 Teabags (Pack of 6)

Taylors of Harrogate

Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast, 50 Teabags (Pack of 6)

Taylors of Harrogate

Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast, 50 Teabags (Pack of 6)

SG$ 208.00 SG$ 125.00 Save: (39.9%)
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  • Originally blended for the soft waters of Scotland, this traditional Scottish Breakfast blend can be enjoyed wherever you live. It's a blend of the very best Assam and African teas, with an inviting bright colour in the cup and a full, rich flavour, which makes it perfect for serving at breakfast time.
  • 100% natural, fine blend of the very best Asam and African teas
  • Serve this bold morning tea with or without milk
  • High in antioxidants; each English-style (tagless) teabag contains 2.5 grams of tea
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Bitter tea, weak bergamot, bad packaging.Earl Grey is my favorite variety of tea, but this brand is bitter with very weak bergamot flavor. Also, the packaging is terrible - just a cardboard box with a cellophane wrapper, and the bags are sitting loose inside. There is absolutely no air-tight wrapper inside, much less individually wrapped bags. Wish I hadn't bought such a large box before trying this brand. 1Goodbye coffeeThree years ago when the coffeemaker belched its last, I decided to reclaim the counter space and find an alternative breakfast beverage. I wanted to avoid a load of caffeine, but didn t want to sacrifice flavor to do it. After much trial and error, this Scottish Breakfast Tea was the answer.With two teabags, I can make a 40 oz. pot of tea that is strong enough to stand up to half-and-half, yet doesn t get bitter if left overnight. It also retains its fresh flavor after heating in the microwave a trick coffee has never learned. I enjoy the malty taste, and though it says it was originally developed for soft water, it does just fine in my very hard water. For the best flavor, start with cold fresh water and bring it to a full boil before pouring over the bags. There is some science to that which I won t go into here, but it does make a difference.If I could choose just one hot beverage in my life, it would be Taylor s Scottish Breakfast Tea with half-and-half.5Great for iced tea, too!This makes fantastic iced tea as well. I've been trying to find an iced tea that comes out clear without much hassle. Lipton, Luzianne, Tetley - all these teas are a bit finicky when trying to brew just right. On occasion if you overbrew you get a cloudy, mucky mess of a tea. And I like my iced tea to be clear as highly polished amber. This one is so hard to mess up. I use four bags in a pyrex measuring cup. I can walk away from it while it's steeping. Somewhere after 6 minutes or so I check on it. Then I pour it over ice. I've tried to take pictures of how it looks, but it's frosting the pitcher so it's hard to tell how nice it looks. I know people might be like, who cares how it looks? But often cloudy tea has a horrible taste to it. Very bitter.This also tastes great. It has a nice sharp flavor to it without being too much. I found I had to get used to it, the first couple of glasses I was expecting the more mellow taste of more basic iced teas. Once I did get used to the change, I will not go back. This is my new iced tea!5Inferior unwrapped sachetsThe unwrapped sachets in the 50-count box are significantly inferior to the same kind of tea I got as wrapped tea bags in a Taylors of Harrogate sampler. These don't smell the same as the wrapped tea bags, and they don't taste the same. Also, the sachets contain smaller pieces of tea and tea dust that leave a residue in the cup. I'm going to try the 20-count boxes of wrapped tea bags in hopes of getting the same fine tea as I got in the sampler. I might use these to tea-dye fabric, but I won't be using them to make tea for drinking.1A Hug in a MugI'm easily influenced by television, lol. As a huge fan of The Mentalist, I noticed that Patrick Jane would often order lapsang souchon. As a tea drinker myself I was curious as to what kind of tea it was and I ordered a box. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. This is definitely a hug in a mug. When I first received the package I just smelled it. It smells very earthy and very fragrant. The smokiness of the leaves is very apparent. Upon my first cup I fell in love with it. This is a tea drinker's tea. It's seductive and unique. The smoked leaves are not just in the smell. This is something sophisticated and complex, yet at the same time refreshing and comfortable. This isn't just tea; it's a little break from the stresses of the day. I'll certainly be buying more of this.5Must be an Acquired TasteMy roommate bought this tea because a friend recommended it for its smoky aroma. The aroma reminded me of a drowned campfire. The flavor was simply charred wood and water; I couldn't even tell there was tea involved. We tried different steeping times and additions. Even if I held my breath the tea tasted burned. I'm not being snarky here: When the odor of the box on the shelf far above his head made the cat start coughing, we wrapped it in plastic and removed it. My roommate took it to work to see if perhaps we just weren't sophisticated tea drinkers. He has American, English, Iranian and Russian coworkers. Nobody wanted to take the rest of this tea home. For all I know, it's still under the break room sink waiting to scare a fireman during the annual safety inspection. Going to try another brand, definitely in a smaller size.1Weak, lifeless brew...This is a poor representation of the type and comes out flat without the delicacies of teas like Harney's. (BTW, Harney's loose leaf is a standard of comparison.)Using 2 bags just makes a strong and lifeless brew.1Very weak flavor. Not up to Taylors of Harrogate standards.I have enjoyed Taylors of Harrogate teas for years. Perhaps this was an old box, although the expiration date didn't reflect that. Perhaps the problem was that the bags were not individually wrapped and the essential oils leach out more quickly that way (the entire lot of 50 bags was wrapped in plastic, though). In any case, I purchased this Earl Grey simultaneously with several other brands and it was ranked last in flavor by both my son and me. Very little indication that it was an Earl Grey at all - no bergamot flavor. It might as well have been a garden variety black tea. Very disappointed. Look for other brands if you like your Earl Grey to actually taste like Earl Grey.2Not tea.This is the worst tea I have ever tasted! I am a tea lover who can t really do caffeine anymore so I tried this, hoping for a nice English tea. I m not sure if any tea leaves were involved in filling the bags, but it tasted like the sweepings from the warehouse floor. Don t waste your time or money unless you want dirty dishwater.1Tasted better than expectedI just enjoyed my first cup of this tea, and I'm pleasantly surprised. At first glance, the tea looked cheap. The plastic covering sealing the box had copious amounts of tea dust between it and the box. The tea bags are the cheapest out there and the tea itself is pretty finely cut. I've had earl grey from metal tins and pretty tea bags that tasted sub parr, so I expected the worst. I put one bag into my thermos of hot water and left it in there, till I drank the last drop. Happily, the tea never became bitter during consumption and it has a pleasant, more lemon flavor than bergamot. I use loose leaf tea at home, but this is now my new favorite "work" tea.4
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