English Breakfast Loose Leaf
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Organic High Mountain Black tea
A classic and full-bodied traditional tea that is sure to awaken your senses and get your day started on the right foot. Our tea is expertly crafted using a blend of various black teas.
With a robust flavour and rich aroma, this tea is perfect for those who enjoy a stronger and more robust taste in their morning beverage. The carefully selected tea leaves are withered, rolled, and then expertly processed to create a tea that is perfect for those who appreciate a strong and bold taste.
Whether you prefer your tea with milk or without, our English Breakfast Tea is sure to please. This tea is versatile enough to be enjoyed with a range of breakfast foods, making it the perfect complement to your morning meal.
Tea Journeys Difference
|Our Tea||Industry Standard|
|Grown in India at a higher altitude
||Sourced from Cylon generally lower altitude indicating less body in the flavour|
Small volume produced each season meaning higher quality flavour and mineral content
||High volume produced each season generally meaning less body/flavour profile
English Breakfast Tea is said to be created by Robert Drysdale who originally named it "Breakfast Tea". Tea was originally and initially a beverage to enjoy in the afternoon, however, Drysdale sought a stronger tea to drink in the morning. In the 18th century, Queen Victoria tasted this breakfast blend and loved it so much that she returned home with a large supply and renamed it "English breakfast" tea. Because of Drysdale, all our tea lovers know that this is a wonderful beverage to help you start your day feeling energised and ready for your day.
Thiashola Estate, India
Lighter more floral notes with a hint of citrus in the background
Whilst there is some scientific research indicating that tea may offer various health benefits, please note that all the information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. It should not be regarded as a replacement for medical advice, and it is not intended to be utilized as the primary method for treating any medical conditions or health concerns.