Yorkshire Tea Bags 3.25 Kg (1040 tea bags)

£ 26.89

  • We’ve said goodbye to ‘one-cup’ and hello to a proper brew, offering the same strength tea across all of our products
  • Now with 25% more tea per individual tea bag compared to our former one-cup product
  • Seriously refreshing & kind to the people who grow it - we go to great lengths to make tea properly & find the best teas for our blend
  • We've built relationships with some of the top tea estates in Africa and India to make a lovely blend that's big on flavour
  • We are a member of Ethical Tea Partnership - Rainforest Alliance & Kosher Certified
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Product Description

A prop­er brew- pure and sim­ple. We pay fair prices for real­ly good tea from farms in Africa and India, to make a love­ly blend that’s big on flavour, seri­ous­ly refresh­ing and kind to the peo­ple who grow it. Our fam­i­ly busi­ness was found­ed in 1886 in Har­ro­gate, one of the nicest towns in York­shire (though we might be a bit biased)! We’re still fam­i­ly owned today and we work hard to stay true to our love of fair­ness, flavour and qual­i­ty. We work extreme­ly hard to build long-last­ing rela­tion­ships with the peo­ple who grow our tea. We pay sus­tain­able prices and a pre­mi­um for qual­i­ty, we reg­u­lar­ly vis­it the farms and co-oper­a­tives we buy from and we invest in their com­mu­ni­ties and their envi­ron­ment to help ensure both are thriv­ing and resilient. In short, we strong­ly believe in eth­i­cal trading.

Ingredients

Black Tea

Directions

Use water that has boiled just once — any more than that and the oxy­gen lev­el in the water is reduced, which can cause your tea to taste a bit ‘flat’. In a mug: Pour the fresh­ly boiled water direct­ly onto your tea bag in the mug. This way the tea infus­es bet­ter than when you add the tea bag to the water. Leave to ‘brew’ for 2–3 min­utes, accord­ing to your taste. Remove the bag with a spoon giv­ing it just one squeeze. Add sugar/sweetener and milk, if desired.

Manufacturer Contact Information

Pago­da House, Plump­ton Park, Har­ro­gate, North York­shire, HG2 7LD


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Important information

Ingre­di­ents:

Black Tea

Direc­tions:

Use water that has boiled just once — any more than that and the oxy­gen lev­el in the water is reduced, which can cause your tea to taste a bit ‘flat’. In a mug: Pour the fresh­ly boiled water direct­ly onto your tea bag in the mug. This way the tea infus­es bet­ter than when you add the tea bag to the water. Leave to ‘brew’ for 2–3 min­utes, accord­ing to your taste. Remove the bag with a spoon giv­ing it just one squeeze. Add sugar/sweetener and milk, if desired.

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Additional information

Weight 3.25 kg
Dimensions 52 × 44.8 × 16.5 cm
Product Dimensions

52 x 44.8 x 16.5 cm; 3.25 Kilograms

Item model number

5007

Product Name

Teabags

Allergen Information

Contains: Milk Free

Weight

3.25 Kilograms

Units

3250.0 gram

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.

Manufacturer contact

Pagoda House Plumpton Park Harrogate North Yorkshire HG2 7LD

Brand

Yorkshire Tea

Cuisine

English

Format

Tea Bags

Speciality

Vegetarian Halal

Certification

Rainforest Alliance - certified

Caffeine content

Caffeinated

Package Information

Bag, Heat Sealed

Country of origin

India

Serving Size

1040 portions

Carbohydrate

0 Grams

- Sugars

0 Grams

ASIN

B07JLPVJ3X

Date First Available

23 Aug. 2013

Manufacturer

Pagoda House Plumpton Park Harrogate North Yorkshire HG2 7LD, Taylors of Harrogate

Reviews

  1. Karen

    Marx­ist sup­port­ing com­pa­ny — AvoidWe all like a cup­pa and i used to buy their tea in bulk — but i do not approve of any com­pa­ny telling me what i should think and hav­ing to become a Marx­ist to drink their tea. So like many oth­er will for ever­more avoid their tea, plen­ty of alter­na­tives out there, which there would not be if the Marx­ists and this organ­i­sa­tion got there way.

  2. Chris Wright

    Sim­ply the best teaEven with 50% of Lan­cas­tri­an blood in my veins, I have to admit that York­shire Tea is by far the best tea avail­able in most super­mar­kets. These 1040 bags are excel­lent val­ue for mon­ey and when ordered on Ama­zon Sub­scrip­tion, the chances of run­ning out are reduced. No more hav­ing to drink infe­ri­or tea from the local shop until you next stock up on your York­shire Tea! With­out want to start anoth­er War of the Ros­es, use fresh water every time you make your brew. Nev­er re-boil water with­in the ket­tle! (And to be kinder to the envi­ron­ment, only fill the ket­tle with enough water for your cup/teapot!) Use boil­ing water (not 90/80/60 deg !!) and add to the cup with your tea bag in (or a teapot that has been pre-warmed). Set your timer for 4mins (soft water), 4mins 30secs (hard water). Any longer with hard water and a scum/film will appear on your brewed tea. Add your milk and sug­ar after it has brewed. So long as you’ve used York­shire Tea, you’ll have the per­fect cuppa.

  3. Peter Arlette

    Per­haps not the usu­al high qual­i­ty?I bought this huge bag of 1050 teabags for deliv­ery to France as decent teabags here are dif­fi­cult to find in the shops. Had to pay postage to France as not cov­ered under Amazon’s free deliv­ery but still worked out to be quite a good deal. Deliv­ery was quick and well packed. On open­ing the mas­sive bag, was a lit­tle sur­prised at the way in which the bags were hap­haz­ard­ly packed. Just tossed in the bag with not the usu­al impec­ca­ble arranged pack­ing found in small­er batch­es but I sup­pose this is to be expect­ed con­sid­er­ing the nature of the pack­ag­ing. The dou­ble teabags looked iden­ti­cal to oth­er teabags in a small box we had pur­chased in UK and brought back to France and using a pre­ci­sion elec­tron­ic weigh­ing machine we con­firmed that the weight of each teabags was iden­ti­cal to those pur­chased in UK. The doubts about the qual­i­ty of the teabags start­ed after the first brew when we noticed a dis­tinct dif­fer­ence in the flavour and strength com­pared to the known high-qual­i­ty bags we had already in our pos­ses­sion. We tried allow­ing more time for the bags to brew, but the result was the same. We have now resort­ed to using 3 teabags to obtain a decent mug of tea for 2 peo­ple. We use just the right amount of water in the pot to obtain exact­ly 2 small­ish mugs of tea. So, my ques­tion has to be: Are these teabags the usu­al TOP qual­i­ty or have they been degrad­ed and put aside dur­ing a qual­i­ty test­ing process? If this is the case, this should be clear­ly marked on the pack­ag­ing and men­tioned in the Ama­zon description.

  4. Neil

    York­shire. World famous for Tea.Bloody love­ly tea. As you pass south through Loft­house, and then Rams­gill, past the Gouth­waite Reser­voir, and on towards Pate­ly Bridge, and maybe even as far as Har­ro­gate… you can see on moors to the left and the right. Here it is… tea, grow­ing on the slopes. And you can feel all that’s good about Eng­land. About York­shire. Who’d have thought this del­i­cate herb would grow here, on the windswept crags of the York­shire moors. But it’s there. For all to see. Jus gerrabox.Bye’eck.Stick ket­tle on, I’ll the back in a mo.

  5. Mar­tin

    York­shire Tea BagsThis is my favourite brand of tea by far and it’s also my boyfriend’s favourite brand of tea. I know some peo­ple will say tea is just tea but you real­ly can tell the dif­fer­ence. I don’t nor­mal­ly get to have this brand very often because our local shop does­n’t sell it. I’m dis­abled so the fur­thest I can get to on my own is the local shop. I nor­mal­ly only get to have this tea if a fam­i­ly mem­ber goes out and buys it for me. The near­est shop that sells it requires a car or pub­lic trans­port to get to. I can’t dri­ve or use pub­lic trans­port because of my disability.My boyfriend gave me the idea of look­ing for this tea on Ama­zon and I’m very glad he did because I found it on Ama­zon for a real­ly good price. Because of how many tea bags you get in the pack this will last me at least a year. Even if I had 3 mugs of tea a day which is more than I nor­mal­ly drink it would still last a year. This tea is real­ly good val­ue for mon­ey and I would def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend it. It’s the nicest brand of tea I have ever tried and I have tried a lot of dif­fer­ent brands.

  6. muffinhp24

    Why The Dif­fer­ence in Strength?I have been buy­ing these one cup tea bags for some time. How­ev­er the lat­est pur­chase is very dis­ap­point­ing. The bags come in pairs, the prob­lem is one bag is nor­mal strength the oth­er far weak­er. Why? I am tak­ing this up with Tay­lor’s of Har­ro­gate the com­pa­ny behind York­shire Tea.

  7. Lin­daMR

    So we had a cup­pa tea…I like tea. I like tea a lot. And York­shire Gold Tea, is in my opin­ion one of the best there is. It is my absolute favourite. The taste is, I don’t know… Just that bit bet­ter than the oth­ers, and I’ve prob­a­bly tried them all! Strong with out being tannin‑y. Fresh­er, and it takes less time to brew to per­fec­tion than others.It is also more expen­sive than regualar York­shire tea, or a cer­tain brand beloved by Chimps! Or the one that goes Oooo.…So I was delight­ed to find these. 5 packs of 80, so they stay fresh, have a long best before (Dec 19). And work out at around 3p a bag. And deliv­ered to the door! What more can I say?

  8. fat­maxtaffy

    Still one of the best!Item arrived in time­ly man­ner. Ama­zon Box not strong enough and was well split open. The tea to me is still one of the best on the gen­er­al mar­ket and very con­sis­tent. Many are tasty some­times and stewy at oth­er but I have found York­shire all good. I know tea, like cof­fee, is very per­son­al tastes, but for me I always enjoy this one, and have used it for many years. I have tried many blends and makes but always come back to York­shire. This bulk bag is good val­ue too and will keep us going for a while. 5* No Problems

  9. Kyle

    Who would’ve guessed you get tea when you buy tea.I’m not sure what to write real­ly. I mean what do you expect from a bag of tea? The bag is much big­ger than I was expect­ing it to be, to me this isn’t a down­side, I mean it hous­es 1K tea bags. The bag has about an extra 10% head room that tech­ni­cal­ly takes up space but you could fold it over and push it against some­thing. As for the rest it was in date not that it real­ly mat­ters, tea leaves are dried, if you keep them dry they should last a fair while. They taste just like York­shire tea, what a mas­sive sur­prise. Tea for the most part is tea, I got what I bought, not a whole load to write home about.

  10. Creamkate

    York­shire Gold?I am not going to give a review low­er than three stars, how­ev­er I real­ly don’t like the taste of these York­shire Gold tea bags.I have had them before and liked them but thsee just did­n’t taste the same somehow.I have been drink­ing York­shire tea for near­ly 30 years and won’t buy oth­er blends. I have had a cou­ple of packs that did­n’t taste great but that was indi­vid­ual pack­ages. I got five packs of these and went through one pack and was­n’t too hap­py with the taste, then opened a sec­ond which again were the same flavour. I have giv­en the oth­ers away and bought myself a reg­u­lar pack of York­shire tea. I opened them today and have had 2 love­ly cups of tea from it.I am very dis­cern­ing with tea and there are very few teas I can pal­let and these from Ama­zon haven’t been amongst them.May be oth­ers enjoy their dis­tinct flavour hence 3 stars and not less

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