English Breakfast Tea Bags
Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Mornings are not the same without it, that’s right we’re talking about English Breakfast Tea , a beverage known and loved around the world. Our English Breakfast Tea Bags are blended only with the finest-quality Assam and Ceylon teas. We carefully select the best, just like every other one of our teas. This particular blend boasts a bold, lively flavour with strong malty notes. Its character is unique, its aroma enchanting.
Our English Breakfast Tea Bags bring your morning cup to life. You’ll never look back once you’ve sipped this enticingly scrumptious infusion. If taste alone isn’t enough, then consider this tea for its incredible health benefits.
Any Black Tea, be it a blend or a standalone brew, can improve cardiovascular health, enhance cognitive function, and even reduce the risks of Type II Diabetes. Instead, why not choose this beverage to accompany your weight loss routine? Most astounding of all, English Breakfast Tea Bags, when consumed as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, have metabolism-boosting properties.
The possibilities are near endless, and all brought to you in convenient tea-bag form. English Breakfast Tea Bags are perfect for those who experience fast-paced lives. If you don’t have the time to toy with loose leaf tea, then this is the choice for you. Be busy; live your life the way you want, and enjoy our English Breakfast Tea Bags today.
What is English Breakfast Tea? Believe it or not, some records suggest that this tea was first created in Scotland, not England. This dates back to the 19th Century, particularly during the reign of Queen Victoria who allegedly played a big role in the naming of this tea. According to this tale, Breakfast Tea was “invented” by Robert Drysdale, a Scottish Tea Master. However, it was during one royal visit to Balmoral, Scotland, that Queen Victoria happened upon the beverage. Up until then, Robert Drysdale’s creation had been marketed as a “Scottish Breakfast Tea”, but following the Queen’s approval of its wonderful taste, it was subsequently renamed to “English Breakfast Tea”. Another theory, however, suggests that English Breakfast Tea was, in fact, a product of the United States. In 1843 New York, a man by the name of Richard Davies allegedly created this tea, or so the story goes. The chances are we’ll never know the full truth, but no matter the history, English Breakfast Tea is here to stay.
Type of Tea: Black Tea Bags.
Origin: Blend from Assam, India, and Ceylon (present-day Sri Lanka).
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes.
How to Serve: Lemon, honey, milk, sugar - the choice is yours.
Tasting Notes: This beverage offers everything you’d expect from a breakfast tea: bold, flavoursome, and malty with a rich aftertaste.
Colour in Cup: Deep bronze liquor, dark in tone.
Health Benefits: One of the greatest ailments of our time, Heart Disease, can be combated with the frequent consumption of English Breakfast Tea Bags. Don’t believe us? Examine the science. Any Black Tea contains antioxidants which have the ability to combat free radicals, a product of human oxidation. By combating and eventually neutralising these free radicals, (i.e harmful unpaired electrons) Black Tea can reduce the risks of cardiovascular-related conditions. Furthermore, English Breakfast Tea Bags can improve oral health, maintain the immune system, and help with digestion. And this is just to name a few benefits!
TypeBlack Tea, Blends
Health PointsHydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
Time of DayLunchtime