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 (12)
taste awful, horrid colour
Not sure what happened to this popular brand but the tea has gone seriously down hill. It tastes awful and now an odd grey colour. Adding more loose tea to a pot doesnt help either, it just gets worse and gets more bitter!!! Dont recommend this at all!
Literally just dust.
Even brewed in a pot with a very fine diffuser, this results in a dusty, gritty, cup of tea, not just at the bottom, the whole cup. Shame, as a blend it's nice and it's one of the better tea bags. But as a loose 'leaf' tea, hard pass.
never in stock anymore
Be nice if Marks and Spencer would try a bit harder to have this product in stock. could always rely on Waitrose.
Strange taste and colour
Very disappointed Twining's are usually very good and their tea bags give a lovely cup of tea, this is awful couldn't identify as English breakfast tea murky colour and strange burnt taste wont buy again.
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.