Rich Tea is a type of sweet biscuit; Originally called Tea Biscuits, they were developed in the 17th century in Yorkshire, England for the upper classes as a light snack between full-course meals. It is one of the best-selling biscuits in the British Isles. The plain flavour and consistency of rich tea makes them particularly suitable for dunking in tea and coffee.
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