ORIGIN - Assam, India - Bogawantalawa, Sri Lanka - Qimen, China
Some say English Breakfast Tea originated in colonial New York. Others claim it was in Edinburgh where it was called Breakfast Tea before Queen Victoria’s passion for it convinced the merchants of the day to add “English” to its name. Despite its mysterious origins, English Breakfast Tea has become the one of the most commonly consumed drinks in the world.
We recommend pairing it with bacon & eggs and a quick catch up on the morning news – it’s the perfect way to start your day.
A traditional breakfast tea that blends the highest quality Assam, Ceylon and Keemun leaves to deliver a deliciously rich, full-bodied and aromatic beverage with a warm malty hue.