This tea is a little meh, there is a lot of Keemun in the blend mixed with Ceylon. It also has a sharp note on the palate that leaves the mouth high and dry. It’s upside is that it brews dark like a true breakfast tea.
Originating from Edinburgh, Scotland, English Breakfast Tea is usually a black tea blend that varies from Keemun to Assam Teas. The name English Breakfast Tea derives from a marketing idea by the tea master Drysdale to sell his blend of tea as a “Breakfast Tea” and soon the idea spread out to England where it became popular. With its full-bodied brisk, this tea can be enjoyed by itself, or with milk and sugar to make a delicious drink.
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