It's a tea with a lot of flavour and a light finish. Perfect for when you fancy a really well rounded cup of tea.
Where does it come from?
We visit tea gardens all over the world to find the best teas for our English Breakfast. Our favourites are the leaves grown up in the Sri Lankan highlands. They give this blend a great depth of flavour and make for a truly great cup of tea.
What makes this tea different?
We add high-grown Ceylon teas to our English Breakfast for the full depth of flavour.
Country of Origin
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
A refreshing cup of tea
My favourite tea.
Having bought this because the Assam was out of stock have to say it is tasteless. You have to use a lot of tea to even get the remotest flavour of a good breakfast tea.
It isn't the quality of a good tea from a specialist but it is a really nice blend with a slight spice to it. Very useful to mix with pale teas to add a little colour.
This was sent as a substitute for a cheaper own-brand loose tea but is nowhere near as good. I would not buy again. The tea is dust, tiny scraps of leaves with little colour or flavour. Feels as though they've swept up what was left after making tea bags!
Poor colour and aroma, dusty and with a bitter after taste. We live in a very hard water area, but I still feel that quality is the problem.
It makes a good cup of Tea, I mix it with Earl Grey, I don't like strong tea, so Perfect for me,