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Enter our Christmas quiz - and get a free sample pack of Yorkshire Tea

England may be struggling down-under, but you can remind yourselves of the glory days by playing our Christmas quiz. We've got together with Yorkshire Tea to put your knowledge of past England Australia clashes to the test in this fun quiz that you can play on your desktop.

There are 20 questions to answer, and you'll be given your score at the end. Don't worry if you don't get 20 first time, you can always start again!

Progress to the end of the quiz and register your address, and UK users will get a free sample pack of Yorkshire Tea!*

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What's more, you can print a 30p discount voucher for the new Yorkshire Tea loaf from this page. Read on for more information.

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NEW: Yorkshire Tea loaf

Image Like most cricket fans, we at CricInfo are sticklers when it comes to having something to eat with our afternoon tea, and we've found it in the shape of the Yorkshire Tea loaf.

They have been available at Bettys Tearooms in Yorkshire for a few years now, but it was only last year that Yorkshire Tea have made them available for tea drinkers across the UK.

The Tea Loaf is baked to a traditional Yorkshire recipe. It's deliciously moist and packed full of vine fruits, whole natural cherries, and spices galore. But what really makes the Tea Loaf extra special is the fact that the fruit is soaked overnight in a good, strong infusion of Yorkshire Tea.

Image You'll find the Yorkshire Tea Loaf in selected Sainsbury's, Safeway, Booths and Co-Op supermarkets, as well as through the Bettys-by-Post mail-order service.

We've found that it's great any time, with or without butter, but always best accompanied with a cup of Yorkshire Tea. We do hope that you enjoy it as much as we do.

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Yorkshire Tea

Taylors of Harrogate search all over the world for the finest teas to use in their famous Yorkshire Tea blend. However, it's in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales that all the hard work is done. The family business was established in 1886 by Charles Taylor. Charles was a true Yorkshireman, who, after completing his apprenticeship in London, was quick to return to his roots. Tea blending was his passion, and once back in Yorkshire, he started to create blends to suit local waters.

Taylors of Harrogate is still an independent family business, and Yorkshire Tea has become one of the most popular teas in the country, with nine million cups enjoyed every single day! Following in Charles's footsteps, they still create two blends of Yorkshire Tea - one for areas with very Hard Water, and one for soft to medium water areas. So, wherever you live, you can still enjoy a perfect cup of tea.

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