Taylors Scottish Breakfast 20 Tagged Teabags (50g)

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Product information

Taylors of Harrogate Scottish Breakfast Tea is the flavourful black tea blend that makes the start of each morning just a little bit brighter.

This rich, full-bodied tea is composed of high-quality Assam and African teas, creating a colourful tea blend that is uniquely satisfying.

Enjoy this tea each and every morning, or whenever you need a delicious caffeinated treat.

One of our Taylors branded products.

Ingredients

Black Tea.

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a cool, dry place.
  3. Pack Type: Box.

Product reviews

5 starsTrecate from Italy on

Very rich and dark colour. The taste is well balanced, a little bit harsh.

5 starsClara from France on

I tried this tea as a way to expand my palate as I am an avid tea drinker. The taste is quite strong so I wouldn't recommend it to anyone accustomed to weaker blend. I usually drink it when I need a serious morning boost with a splash of milk and one sugar.

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