Its a weaker taste then Earl Gray and not as satisfying
“Finally. The free tea provided by my workplace is bagged, but they've just switched to Bigelow. This may not be a particularly great tea, but it suits my "I'm not awake yet" pre-meeting needs. ...” Read full tasting note
“I have found a way to make this otherwise unpleasant tea absolutely delicious! Just use one bag of this, add one bag of Four O'Clock's Chocolate Spice (no milk!), and you get something wonderful....” Read full tasting note
“Some mornings you don't need an excellent tea as much as you need a warm mug to toast your frosty fingers. This worked.” Read full tasting note
“Tried this tonight and it is good. Very decent bagged tea at a very modest price. All in all a good find on the shopping spree today:)” Read full tasting note
Enjoy this robust English Breakfast blend of fine teas and start your day in a true British fashion.
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I am yet to have a “perfect” english breakfast, the concept itself calls for a uniform cuppa in my opinion. And that is exactly how I feel about this or any other English Breakfast blend I’ve tried. It’s good to sip on, it’s not worth thinking over. I tend to drink bagged teas at work where I need a nice beverage to help concentrate without needing to enjoy flavor too much. This tea delivers on all fronts. I’ve tried several of the Bigelow tea by this point and they are all rather stable. Good all around tea.