Yorkshire Tea Loaf Reviews
Product Type: Taylors of Harrogate Snacks
Description:Brand: Taylors of Harrogate / Type. Cake
Newest Review: ... to give this tea loaf a try and it was for the simple reason that it was half price. Normally this cake is priced at over £2 ... more
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Yorkshire Tea - Tea Loaf................. I had never seen this cake before I purchased it last week in Morrison's but yet it has been around for some time. The reason I noticed it was because it was half price at a little under £1 and me being the queen of buying anything if it is on offer snapped up a loaf. The loaf itself is of a good size although for the life of me I cannot find how much in grams is actually contained in the packet. It would serve a good 8 people though with reasonable slices. The packaging is good and gives a very clear idea of what the loaf is like as a very tempting photo of the loaf is plastered across the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 134 readings)
This week I have to confess I had a bit of a cupboard sort out. You know the thing after Christmas; you go through the depths of goodies and find one or two forgotten items, which you make a plan to use up before they expire. I found a Yorkshire Tea Loaf which I had bought with the intention of trying out in December, but after a few mince pies, and a few helpings of Christmas cake and pudding, the fruit cake feelings of desire sort of faded, and this poor soul was left unopened. I approached it with great trepidation, as I have a complete hatred of any kind of food waste- in fact I don't do it, but Christmas is the only challenge when I buy things not for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
The Taylors of Harrogate Yorkshire Tea Loaf doesn't normally make it into my shopping basket. For a family of six on a tiny budget it's just a bit too expensive and isn't big enough to go round all of us. That is until my local Coop Foods store was clearing them out at a 75% discount as they were nearly up to the sell-by date. Deal done at 39 pence! Getting home at teatime, appropriately enough, there was no time to lose. The kettle was on and the Tea Loaf unwrapped. Once open my immediate impression was of a home-made cake in its appearance and aroma. The latter was rich, definitely fruity but not overpowering. Any aroma of tea was too faint to make it to my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
This Yorkshire Tea Loaf is on offer in Morrisons at the moment at a third off for £1.32 instead of £1.99 - bargain! I love fruit loaf and it is from my home county after all, lol! The loaf is sold in a plastic foil wrapper with 'Taylors of Harrogate' on the front the bakers who made this product and say there are no artificial flavours and colours in it.... There is usually a few months best before date on the pack which is good and it keeps really fresh sealed or in an airtight container once opened. Once open the cake is found in a parchment loaf tin type container where the cake really keeps its shape. One slice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Doing a review on Yorkshire Tea, I also feel it necessary to now review the fantastic Yorkshire Tea Loaf. A lot of people like nothing more than settling down with a mug of tea and a few biscuits. For fans of Yorkshire Tea, the loaf is a great addition to a cup of tea - unbeatable! This isnt any ordinary tea loaf, oh no! The fruit within this tea loaf is especially selected choice fruit, and is very juicy due to the fruit having an overnight soaking in Yorkshire Tea! Yes, the fruit is soaked in tea to give it a unique but subtle flavour and so even if you wish to enjoy a large slice on its own, you can still enjoy tea at the same time. Big juicy cherries are accompanied . Read the complete review
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