As it infuses, this black tea blend grows steadily in flavor. Bold yet smooth, it becomes richer and reveals a soothing bittersweet aftertaste. Known for its high caffeine strength and character, the English Breakfast Tea stands firmly whilst coupled with a dash of milk or cream, honey or sugar. Perfect with that morning toast.
Perfumes of orange blossoms, scented wood and hints of toasted nutty aroma
Big notes of orange blossoms can be perceived instantly with every sip. A delightful malty flavor peppered with a nutty scent emerges slowly and gets more pronounced in the middle, offering a bittersweet aftertaste.
The English Breakfast Tea has a lot of health benefits apart from being refreshing. A few benefits include slowing down the ageing process, lowering cholesterol levels and the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Black Tea Leaves
Rinse the tea leaves in boiling water for three seconds before disposing the water
Infuse 2.5 g (1 tsp) of tea leaves into a teapot infuser
Add 250 ml of water at a temperature of 95°C – 100°C
Developed in the 1980s by researchers in Taiwan, this tea is cultivated in highlands of altitudes between 500m to 1300m. Lightly fermented and highly aromatic, it is the perfect afternoon tea best accompanied with pastries and desserts.