English Breakfast


English Breakfast
Introduction: The name English Breakfast evolved for hearty, morning cup dark black teas that were suitable for brewing with milk. English tea lovers have given this flavor profile tremendous popularity in the last 40-50 years. Typically, the blend has included a mix of Chinese, Sri Lankan, and Indian black teas. Most tea merchants offer their own version of this blend. Ours includes Chinese & Indian blacks and offers a hearty morning brew.

Flavor Profile: Hearty, brisk and bright brew.

Brewing Suggestion: For brewing black teas, we recommend using higher temperature water, close to or just before boiling (190 - 200 F), with a proportion of one teaspoon of leaf per 8oz of water.
Ingredients: Black Tea Leaves

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