A golden amber brew that packs a punch, Yorkshire Blend Everyday Black Tea isn’t one for anyone with weak wills. The recipe for this medley of Indian, Chinese, and Kenyan black teas hails from a land blessed with – presumably – miracle water. So, for Yorkshire devotees, expectations are high and beliefs run deep.
It doesn’t get more authentic than this mildly caffeinated, and trustworthy burnt amber brew. The flavour, with its traditional smoothness and depth, is oaky, malty, fruity, and perhaps even a bit floral. Its bittersweet aroma is redolent of childhood, with the good, the bad, and the comfortingly familiar.
The caffeine level in this tea ranges from 27 mg to 35 mg per cup, which is moderate by all accounts.
Premium grade black tea.
Quality of Leaves
Flowery Pekoe (FP) leaves harvested using Orthodox methods and processed using the Crush, Tear, Curl (CTC) method.
Where Does It Come From?
This tea blend is concocted with ingredients from the acclaimed Indian tea growing regions of Assam and Nilgiri, from estates in Kericho and Kiambo in Kenya, and from the picturesque mountains of Anhui Province in China. Depending on location, these are teas grown at altitudes of 1,500ft. to 7,100ft.
Who Is This Tea For?
It’s a no-nonsense tea for nostalgic tea drinkers who like to stick to their guns.
What Are the Health Benefits?
The health benefits of black tea are too many to count. But if you’d like to skim through some of the most well-known ones, please click here.