... But last week, walking down the tea / coffee aisle of my local generic supermarket, a rather fetching red and green box leapt out from the shelf, practically bellowing “buy me, Tim!” The box in question housed 80 small sachets of delight, otherwise known as Yorkshire Tea. And how can you not ... Read review
Have had to use a tea strainer to try to stop this residue getting into the cups,i am not talking about a lot of residue but it is floating on the surface and i have to use a tea spoon to remove it,The tea bags are placed into a tea caddy and well shaken before use,have done this for years,is the tea now produced much finer or are the bags thinner and powder is seeping through.I will continue at present to use your tea bags love your tea.pete
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Question about Yorkshire Tea
Answer by dawnymarie
My husband likes these tea bags but we have noticed a resdue too - we have hard water and wondered if it was that but I am thinking that it is as you describe because my herbal teas do not present with a residue.