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a company that simply loves tea

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history of Tylos Tea

The initiation of importing tea in to Britain started in 1660s with the marriage of King Charles II who married the Portuguese princess Catherine of Braganza. This queen brought the habit of drinking tea to the court which eventually became a habit of majority in the court.

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“Do something right and people will enjoy it. Keep doing it right and they’ll keep coming back for more.”

tea recipes

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Many individuals’ love to sip a tea made in a teapot that is poured on to a tea cup, which project professionalism and a fashionable feeling to the drinker

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the recipes of the day

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Many individuals’ love to sip a tea made in a teapot that is poured on to a tea cup, which project professionalism and a fashionable feeling to the drinker

Chai Tea

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Did you know that “Chai” means milk tea? Indulge in this delicious original Spiced Indian Chai Tea.

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I really enjoy Tylos tea. I live in Grand Rapids. Michigan Area. I was born In London and remember that Tylos was my grandmother’s favorite tea.
Eileen Meyer, Michigan (United States)
Tried your Ceylon tea recently which I purchased at Sam’s club. I have never been so pleased with a tea in my entire “tea drinking life”. Please continue to supply this great tea to the London Island Area, as you have a customer for life!!
Lewis Palmero, London (United Kingdom)
My name is Paul Sprrell from Newfoundland, Canada. and I just had to drop a note to tell you how great Tylos tea is. I have always been a Tetley tea drinker… until I tried Tylos. Tylos tea is a far superior product.
Paul Spurrel, Newfoundland (Canada)
We are Great lovers of your CEYLON TEA!!
With our best regards.
Joachim Triebel, Ilo City (Philippines)
Tylos Tea…
I have just returned from London where I was served Tylos tea. I really loved your tea.
Frank Brandi, California (United States)
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