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English Breakfast Morning Tea

Awakening Ceylon, Assam & East African Tea Greet the day with this classic cup that's sure to please-on its own, or with milk and sugar. We skillfully combine smooth, high-grown Ceylon teas with robust, malty selections from Assam and East Africa. The result is a full-bodied cup with rich flavor and rousing character. It's a delicious way to awaken your senses. Perfectly Balanced Tea Since 1989, our mission has been to improve the world one cup of tea at a time. As the first exclusively organic tea crafter in the United States, and later, the first to offer Fair Trade Certified tea, we craft the world's finest teas with conservation of the planet and its creatures in mind. Let's chat over a cuppa. Savor Every Moment There's so much good in a cup of tea. It clears our mind and boosts our spirits. Tea brings us closer to friends and ...

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Awakening Ceylon, Assam & East African Tea Greet the day with this classic cup that's sure to please-on its own, or with milk and sugar. We skillfully combine smooth, high-grown Ceylon teas with robust, malty selections from Assam and East Africa. The result is a full-bodied cup with rich flavor and rousing character. It's a delicious way to awaken your senses. Perfectly Balanced Tea Since 1989, our mission has been to improve the world one cup of tea at a time. As the first exclusively organic tea crafter in the United States, and later, the first to offer Fair Trade Certified tea, we craft the world's finest teas with conservation of the planet and its creatures in mind. Let's chat over a cuppa. Savor Every Moment There's so much good in a cup of tea. It clears our mind and boosts our spirits. Tea brings us closer to friends and ...

The 'espresso' of teas, this robust blend of rich Assams, Ceylons and other premium black teas makes an excellent morning cup. Delicious with milk . The Irish have always been great tea drinkers and they like their tea brewed very strong.  Irish Breakfast, with its robust and hearty flavor, is usually blended with an Assam tea base.  Assam is a district in northeastern India that lies on the Indian-Burmese border.  It produces more black tea than any other area on earth, with the probable exception of a few places in China.  Assam's tea gardens cover some four hundred thousand acres of verdant rolling plains on both sides of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Assam is proof that not all fine quality tea has to be high grown.  This rainy valley is the birthplace of Indian tea.  Robert Bruce discovered the plant growing wild here in 1823, and the first commercial lot ...

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The 'espresso' of teas, this robust blend of rich Assams, Ceylons and other premium black teas makes an excellent morning cup. Delicious with milk . The Irish have always been great tea drinkers and they like their tea brewed very strong.  Irish Breakfast, with its robust and hearty flavor, is usually blended with an Assam tea base.  Assam is a district in northeastern India that lies on the Indian-Burmese border.  It produces more black tea than any other area on earth, with the probable exception of a few places in China.  Assam's tea gardens cover some four hundred thousand acres of verdant rolling plains on both sides of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Assam is proof that not all fine quality tea has to be high grown.  This rainy valley is the birthplace of Indian tea.  Robert Bruce discovered the plant growing wild here in 1823, and the first commercial lot ...

Rich, robust blend of premium black teas makes a great morning cup.  Full-bodied and stimulating.  Enjoy with a splash of milk. Fair Trade Certified By the 1700s tea at breakfast was part of the English lifestyle, having replaced the customary practice of drinking ale with breakfast.  The prototype for English Breakfast was developed over a hundred years ago by a Scottish Teamaster in Edinburgh, and marketed simply as "Breakfast Tea".  Today breakfast tea has become a favorite of tea drinkers worldwide and is the tea most often enjoyed during English High Tea. It is a blend of fine black teas, rich and full-bodied. For our organic Breakfast blend tea, we combine flavorful Ceylon from Sri Lanka and full - bodied, dark Indian Assam for a rich and invigorating blend. Ceylon, or its contemporary name, Sri Lanka, is a beautiful tropical island about the size of England and lies just 22 ...

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Rich, robust blend of premium black teas makes a great morning cup.  Full-bodied and stimulating.  Enjoy with a splash of milk. Fair Trade Certified By the 1700s tea at breakfast was part of the English lifestyle, having replaced the customary practice of drinking ale with breakfast.  The prototype for English Breakfast was developed over a hundred years ago by a Scottish Teamaster in Edinburgh, and marketed simply as "Breakfast Tea".  Today breakfast tea has become a favorite of tea drinkers worldwide and is the tea most often enjoyed during English High Tea. It is a blend of fine black teas, rich and full-bodied. For our organic Breakfast blend tea, we combine flavorful Ceylon from Sri Lanka and full - bodied, dark Indian Assam for a rich and invigorating blend. Ceylon, or its contemporary name, Sri Lanka, is a beautiful tropical island about the size of England and lies just 22 ...

Assam.  The Original Breakfast Tea Whole Leaf Organic Tea Sachets Sure, you can sip Assam for breakfast.  We encourage it.  But we're not going to call this tea the classic "English Breakfast," because that typically refers to a blend of lesser quality teas.  These are big, black, organic tea leaves grown in Assam, India, where hot days and cool nights bring out a rich, full flavor. Assam tea is famous for its lush flavor and amber color.  Rich brown and golden tipped leaves yield multi-layered "malty" flavor. Caffeine:  MODERATE Top note:  Smooth Middle Note:  Robust and sweet Finish:  Complex texture a better cuppa' tea™ Tea Sachets Discover whole leaf tea that tastes as if it's been plucked and steeped direct from the gardens.  Two leaves and a bud environmentally - friendly tea sachets are pyramid-shaped so that our organic, whole leaf teas can unfurl and release their full, complex flavor with ...

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Assam.  The Original Breakfast Tea Whole Leaf Organic Tea Sachets Sure, you can sip Assam for breakfast.  We encourage it.  But we're not going to call this tea the classic "English Breakfast," because that typically refers to a blend of lesser quality teas.  These are big, black, organic tea leaves grown in Assam, India, where hot days and cool nights bring out a rich, full flavor. Assam tea is famous for its lush flavor and amber color.  Rich brown and golden tipped leaves yield multi-layered "malty" flavor. Caffeine:  MODERATE Top note:  Smooth Middle Note:  Robust and sweet Finish:  Complex texture a better cuppa' tea™ Tea Sachets Discover whole leaf tea that tastes as if it's been plucked and steeped direct from the gardens.  Two leaves and a bud environmentally - friendly tea sachets are pyramid-shaped so that our organic, whole leaf teas can unfurl and release their full, complex flavor with ...

This old favorite is full-bodied and stimulating. Adding milk gives it a silky texture. By the 1700s tea at breakfast was part of the English lifestyle, having replaced the customary practice of drinking ale with breakfast! The prototype for English Breakfast was developed over a hundred years ago by the Scottish Tea Master Drysdale, in Edinburgh.  It was marketed simply as "Breakfast Tea".  It became popular in England due to the craze Queen Victoria created for all things Scottish (the summer home of Victoria and Albert was the Highland castle at Balmoral).  Tea shops in London, however, changed the name and sold it as "English Breakfast Tea". English Breakfast has become a favorite of tea drinkers worldwide and is the tea most often enjoyed during English High Tea.  It is a blend of fine black teas, often including some Keemun tea.  Many tea authorities suggest that the Keemun tea blended ...

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This old favorite is full-bodied and stimulating. Adding milk gives it a silky texture. By the 1700s tea at breakfast was part of the English lifestyle, having replaced the customary practice of drinking ale with breakfast! The prototype for English Breakfast was developed over a hundred years ago by the Scottish Tea Master Drysdale, in Edinburgh.  It was marketed simply as "Breakfast Tea".  It became popular in England due to the craze Queen Victoria created for all things Scottish (the summer home of Victoria and Albert was the Highland castle at Balmoral).  Tea shops in London, however, changed the name and sold it as "English Breakfast Tea". English Breakfast has become a favorite of tea drinkers worldwide and is the tea most often enjoyed during English High Tea.  It is a blend of fine black teas, often including some Keemun tea.  Many tea authorities suggest that the Keemun tea blended ...

Spicy, aromatic blend of black teas, ginger, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, clove and cardamom. Some of the finest black teas in the world come from India, the world's leading producer of tea. Included in these teas are the robust "malty" Assams, fine distinctive Darjeelings and well - balanced Nilgiris.  However, most tea consumed in India is not enjoyed for its fine, subtle flavor nuances, but instead is blended with sweet and pungent spices to make the popular beverage, "Chai". Indian Chai is enjoyed in cities and the smallest of villages, and usually is offered to every visitor to a home.  In Northern India, where Chai is the beverage of choice, tiny tea stalls line the streets where all day long "chaiwallas" (tea vendors) brew and serve tea. Chai is usually brewed very strong with lots of sugar and milk and often concentrated.  Traditional Indian Chai combines rich black tea that is ...

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Spicy, aromatic blend of black teas, ginger, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, clove and cardamom. Some of the finest black teas in the world come from India, the world's leading producer of tea. Included in these teas are the robust "malty" Assams, fine distinctive Darjeelings and well - balanced Nilgiris.  However, most tea consumed in India is not enjoyed for its fine, subtle flavor nuances, but instead is blended with sweet and pungent spices to make the popular beverage, "Chai". Indian Chai is enjoyed in cities and the smallest of villages, and usually is offered to every visitor to a home.  In Northern India, where Chai is the beverage of choice, tiny tea stalls line the streets where all day long "chaiwallas" (tea vendors) brew and serve tea. Chai is usually brewed very strong with lots of sugar and milk and often concentrated.  Traditional Indian Chai combines rich black tea that is ...

For Chai lovers, more spice than our Chai Spice, and coriander and whole cardamom for an even more flavorful drink. Some of the finest black teas in the world come from India, the world's leading producer of tea. Included in these teas are the robust "malty" Assams, fine distinctive Darjeelings and well - balanced Nilgiris.  However, most tea consumed in India is not enjoyed for its fine, subtle flavor nuances, but instead is blended with sweet and pungent spices to make the popular beverage, "Chai". Indian Chai is enjoyed in cities and the smallest of villages, and usually is offered to every visitor to a home.  In Northern India, where Chai is the beverage of choice, tiny tea stalls line the streets where all day long "chaiwallas" (tea vendors) brew and serve tea. Chai is usually brewed very strong with lots of sugar and milk and often concentrated.  Traditional Indian ...

$99.00 $3.99
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$99.00 $3.99

For Chai lovers, more spice than our Chai Spice, and coriander and whole cardamom for an even more flavorful drink. Some of the finest black teas in the world come from India, the world's leading producer of tea. Included in these teas are the robust "malty" Assams, fine distinctive Darjeelings and well - balanced Nilgiris.  However, most tea consumed in India is not enjoyed for its fine, subtle flavor nuances, but instead is blended with sweet and pungent spices to make the popular beverage, "Chai". Indian Chai is enjoyed in cities and the smallest of villages, and usually is offered to every visitor to a home.  In Northern India, where Chai is the beverage of choice, tiny tea stalls line the streets where all day long "chaiwallas" (tea vendors) brew and serve tea. Chai is usually brewed very strong with lots of sugar and milk and often concentrated.  Traditional Indian ...