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Yorkshire Tea, a proper brew.

Yorkshire Tea is a brand of black tea that is made and sold in the United Kingdom. It is produced by the company Taylors of Harrogate, which has been producing tea and coffee for over 150 years.

Yorkshire Tea was first launched in the 1980s, and it quickly gained popularity due to its high-quality blends and strong, full-bodied flavour. The brand has since become a household name in the UK and is known for its commitment to using high-quality ingredients and ethical sourcing practices.

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Yorkshire Tea is made using a blend of teas from different regions around the world, including Assam, Africa, and Indonesia. It is available in a range of formats, including loose leaf, teabags, and other convenient options.

In addition to its black tea blends, Yorkshire Tea also produces a range of other teas and coffee products, including specialty teas, herbal teas, and coffee beans. The brand is widely available in supermarkets and specialty tea and coffee shops throughout the UK and beyond.

You can find a wide variety of Yorkshire Tea items by clicking here!

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We are home to the largest and most authentic range of British baked goods this side of the Atlantic! We are committed to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients where possible and pride ourselves in the quality we provide, both in product and service. Our imported grocery is one of the largest in Canada, from your favourite British chocolate, crisps, Marks and Spencer and Battenberg cake to imported frozen goods including Warburtons bread, crumpets, Quorn, Linda McCartney and so much more. We carry a wide range of British style meats, including black pudding, British bangers, British bacon, Haggis and, Chipolatas and square sausage!


Established in 2019.

Our Halifax location is our first in Atlantic Canada, our family business stems from our chain of British Pride Bakery locations in Ontario. We opted to continue our growth in the Maritimes under the name in which our online shop operates to enhance our reputation online as well as add our own mark on the brick & mortar stage. We are Canada's largest chain of family owned British specialty stores and we've built our reputation on quality, service and authenticity.


Being an expat in Canada, I understand the need for British foods for fellow expats, generational Brits and British enthusiasts. The nostalgia and emotion tied to British products can all but eliminate homesickness, a simple sausage roll for lunch can hit the spot like nothing else and comfort foods people grew up with or come to love through parents, grandparents or trips to the UK are brilliant to have so easily accessible locally or delivered to your doorstep anywhere in Canada. Being able to bring authentic British style baked goods to the market is a great feeling and it's fantastic having the entire shop at my disposal when any homesickness might sneak up on me! Nothing a Cornish pasty and a shandy won't fix!

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