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English Breakfast Black Tea

Original price $1.50 - Original price $112.36
Original price
$1.50 - $112.36
Current price $1.50

Indulge in the exquisite fusion of flavors with our timeless blend of Assam, Ceylon, and Kenyan black teas. Carefully curated to create a harmonious symphony, this blend promises a robust and full-bodied cup that caters to the most discerning tea enthusiasts.

Whether you prefer your tea with a comforting splash of milk or the zesty twist of a lemon slice, this versatile blend accommodates all preferences. The malty undertones harmonize seamlessly with the creaminess of milk, creating a soothing and indulgent experience. Alternatively, a hint of lemon accentuates the tea's brightness, offering a revitalizing and citrus-infused alternative.


black tea

Caffeine - Yes Moderate
Organic - No

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Sourced from the finest tea estates, each leaf contributes to the distinct characteristics that make this blend truly exceptional. The Assam tea lends a bold and malty richness, providing a strong foundation for the flavor profile. Ceylon tea brings a bright and brisk quality, balancing the robustness with a lively and refreshing note. Meanwhile, the Kenyan black tea introduces a depth of character, enhancing the overall complexity of the blend.

Today the habit of tea drinking is inexorably linked to England despite the fact that the British were fairly late on the tea scene, in historical terms. Ironically the first mention of tea in English literature is a translation of a Dutchman's travels to the East. Tea was first brought to England via Holland on Dutch ships. As tea grew to become an 'in' beverage, the British government became quite incensed that a nation as tiny as the Netherlands could control the shipment of tea to the UK. In 1651 the British government passed the Navigation Acts, which forbade the importation of any products on non-British ships. Traders and Dutchmen, being resourceful, continued the trade in the usual manner but for one little wrinkle - the tea was transshipped in Holland onto British ships!

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