Normandy, France. (Pic credit: Sameer Al-Doumy / Getty Images)Normandy, France. (Pic credit: Sameer Al-Doumy / Getty Images)
Normandy, France. (Pic credit: Sameer Al-Doumy / Getty Images)

International Tea Day: 15 unusual places Yorkshire Post readers have spotted Yorkshire Tea - from Jerusalem to Falkland Islands

For International Tea Day we asked you where the most unusual place you’ve spotted Yorkshire Tea - and you came up with some interesting answers.

International Tea Day is observed every year on May 21 according to the United Nations and aims to highlight the rich history and deep cultural and economical impact of tea all over the world.

According to, tea is the most popular drink consumed in the UK, with more than 100,000,000 cups being drunk every day of the year. We are of course famous for afternoon tea, tea rooms and cafes serving cream tea, which consist of scones, clotted cream, and jam along with a pot of tea.

We in Yorkshire especially take pride in our tea - Yorkshire Tea to be more specific. The brand was first launched in 1977 and was initially administered for Yorkshire people until it became so popular that it was sold both across the UK and even internationally.

On May 20, professional footballer, John Stones, from Barnsley, posted a picture on Instagram of him holding a large bag of Yorkshire Tea with the caption: “You can take the boy out of Yorkshire but you can’t take Yorkshire out of the boy.”

So, we asked you what places you never expected to find Yorkshire Tea - here are your responses.

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