Taylors of Harrogate English Breakfast Tea – Bomb Diggity
Mike: Dax came across this rare blend, theTaylor’s of Harrogate English Breakfast, which signalled that I must immediately snap into teasan mode. One teabag was available so I instantly knew that the steep-n-share was in effect. Poured me a cup and I knew what was up. Taylors of Harrogate teararely if every dissappoints, but you got to be willing to drop the big bucks to enjoy this platinum level steep. This English Breakfast tea pack punches in several departments. Max steepability is prevalent, mesquitability is certainly present as well. A light grassy, assam tea sweetness fills the vibe as well. Most of all, by the color and the smell, the freshness of taste, you know that this tea was treated right the whole way through, from cultivation to packaging. Steep some or be steeped.
Dax: When Taylors of Harrogate tea comes around, my expectations are elevated beyond standard teasan acceptance. Their past performance and current position on the leaderboard makes them worthy of the harshest criticisms and critique…now only if they had something to call out. Taylors of Harrogate English Breakfast Tea is superb. Featuring a unique mesquiteability never before witnessed in a breakfast tea. I think there is a little bit of fig in the opening, followed by a caramel finish that makes you feel like everything is gonna be okay. I still have yet to see Taylors of Harrogate in stores, so they must be keepin it exclusive with the distribution. Either way, TeaAmigos got their hands on it, and you should too.