Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes
Prefer your brews hearty? Choose Kentish Breakfast Tea Bags. This flavoursome blend of Assam and Ceylon Tea boasts a stronger cup for breakfast. It consists of a deep, malty taste like none other, perfect for a ‘get-me-up’ in the morning.
Start your day off the right way with Kentish Breakfast 50 Tea Bags. Experience the best we have to offer from our little pocket of the Garden of England.
Our establishment is nestled away in the village of Pluckley, situated in the beautiful Kentish countryside. We are proud of our roots, and we are proud of this tea. The distinct flavour of this brew is almost as rich as the health benefits to be had from its frequent consumption.
Feel better about yourself and enjoy a boosted metabolism, enhanced cognitive function, and reduced risks of developing Type II Diabetes. Better still, this beverage is unique to us.
What Teas are in this Blend?
Geographically, Assam in India and Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, are (relatively) near to one another. However, when it comes to tea, there are notable differences. Assam Tea became a possibility when the Camellia sinensis var assamica plant was found growing in the region in 1823.
Before then, China had dominated the worldwide Tea Trade, but India, then a British colony, soon began to compete throughout the 19th Century.
The concept of a Ceylon Tea was kickstarted in the 19th Century as well. But unlike its Assamese counterpart, Ceylon Tea became a necessity following the failure of the Ceylon Coffee Industry.
Years before Ceylon Tea, the country, then also a British colony, had been faced with a destructive disease known as coffee rust. The disease had swept through coffee plantations across the island, near ruining the Ceylonese economy.
Tea production was the answer and soon became a brand unto itself. Today, any tea classified as a “Ceylon Tea” must be manufactured entirely in Sri Lanka; it must also conform to strict quality standards laid down and administered by the Sri Lanka Tea Board. Even a blend that’s 95% Sri Lankan cannot be classified as a Ceylon Tea without these standards in place.
Assam Tea, on the other hand, has equally shrewd standards, all of which contributes to quality. Here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, meanwhile, that same quality is assured with every cup of Kentish Breakfast Tea you make.
Do These Tea Bags Have Plastic in Them?
If you still need another reason to choose Kentish Breakfast Tea Bags, it’s worth noting the fact that we avoid Plastic Tea Bags microplastics. This, in turn, ensures that your morning cuppa causes little damage to the environment.
But what do we use instead? The answer is Plastic Free Tea Bags, which we make using plant-based materials considered “bioplastics.”
But what, exactly, does this term mean? A Bio-plastic, although not a 100% perfect solution, is far better for mother nature than micro plastic in Tea Bags. By using plant-based materials, it ensures the continued welfare of the world we live in - a world, it’s worth noting, that’s home to our Kentish Breakfast Tea Bags.
Why not treat your taste buds while protecting the planet today?
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, or sugar - the choice is yours. Alternatively, serve this tea without any accompaniments.
Tasting Notes: Think English Breakfast Tea, but stronger. That is the best way to describe the taste of this wonderfully bold and flavoursome brew. This tea consists of powerful malty notes with almost chocolatey undertones.
Colour in Cup: Deep bronze liquor, dark in tone.
Benefits of Kentish Breakfast Tea Bags
In the UK alone, an estimated 750,000 people suffer from conditions such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, with the number set to double in the next 40 years as Britain’s population ages.
According to a report published in the “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition”, one recent study has uncovered correlations between frequent Black Tea consumption and the reduced risk of cognitive decline.
Experts at the University of Singapore gathered 2,500 volunteers aged 55 or over for tests related to cognitive function. When the experiment was repeated 2 years later, the results established that those who had drunk two to three cups of black tea a day during the 2 year period were 55% less likely to be subjected to cognitive decline.
Furthermore, those who had drunk six to ten cups a day were up to 63% less likely.
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