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While I’ve had this tea on its own, today I’m drinking a DIY breakfast blend that uses 2/3 Butiki Dinjoye Estate Assam and 1/3 Butiki Organic Ceylon. It provides a malty sweetness and is overall simply refreshing. It is close to many English Breakfast blends I’ve had. I’d recommend giving the blend a try, but also highly recommend the Assam as a standalone (the Ceylon on the other hand is just not my speed, hence the blending…)

Flavors: Malt, Sweet Potatoes

Butiki Teas

We use both of those teas in our Malty Irish Breakfast but also add the Khongea Golden Tippy Assam. I’m not a big fan of Ceylons as hot tea but if you enjoy iced tea, the Organic Ceylon is a great iced tea.

Sailor Todd

Ha, I thought it tasted like I was on to something. I’ll have to try the Irish Breakfast sometime. And that’s good to know the Ceylon makes good iced tea. I’m excited to try that. Thanks for the feedback.

Butiki Teas

I love our Malty Irish Breakfast in the morning though the previous Irish Breakfast that we did was great with a more bready feel. If you happen to have our Khongea Assam, let me know and I can message you the proportions we use and you can try making the Malty Irish Breakfast yourself. Ceylons make a great iced tea. That’s my favorite type of tea to make into iced tea but I just don’t like Ceylons that aren’t iced or used in a blend. Good luck with experimenting! :)

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Butiki Teas

We use both of those teas in our Malty Irish Breakfast but also add the Khongea Golden Tippy Assam. I’m not a big fan of Ceylons as hot tea but if you enjoy iced tea, the Organic Ceylon is a great iced tea.

Sailor Todd

Ha, I thought it tasted like I was on to something. I’ll have to try the Irish Breakfast sometime. And that’s good to know the Ceylon makes good iced tea. I’m excited to try that. Thanks for the feedback.

Butiki Teas

I love our Malty Irish Breakfast in the morning though the previous Irish Breakfast that we did was great with a more bready feel. If you happen to have our Khongea Assam, let me know and I can message you the proportions we use and you can try making the Malty Irish Breakfast yourself. Ceylons make a great iced tea. That’s my favorite type of tea to make into iced tea but I just don’t like Ceylons that aren’t iced or used in a blend. Good luck with experimenting! :)

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