Organic Breakfast

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Organic Black Tea
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Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 2 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Ended up at a cafe today that I've never been to before and it was soo good, wish I knew about it sooner. I ordered this tea with my breakfast sandwich and it was my first time having Mighty Leaf...” Read full tasting note
    CupofTree 51 tasting notes
  • “Today is my last day on this frozen ice block before going back to the coast. I'm sitting at a cafe near campus having a "holiday tea latte" made with this tea and some amaretto syrup. It was...” Read full tasting note
    fjellrev 757 tasting notes
  • “This is the first tea that I found this morning in my big box of teabags that I'm trying to get through. I was hoping for smooth and malty, but it was a bit more robust than that. Still a good...” Read full tasting note
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    JosieJade 358 tasting notes
  • “This one surprised me! As far as bagged black teas go, this is a good standby. It's bold and strong, bracing you for the day ahead. There aren't any odd aftertastes that you sometimes get with...” Read full tasting note
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    tabby 467 tasting notes

From Mighty Leaf Tea

Blended with black tea from Southern India, our Organic Breakfast black tea is a robust, wide-awake blend of premium black tea leaves. Our take on the classic English Breakfast is serene contemplation from dawn to dusk. Named “Best Plain Black Tea” in premium tea category by Cook’s Illustrated Magazine.

Leaves:
Twisted black leaves

Aroma:
Biscuity and sweet

Color:
Dark reddish-brown liquor

Taste:
Robust body, sweet maltiness and smooth finish

Origin:
Southern India

About Mighty Leaf Tea View company

Mighty Leaf Tea was born for the sole purpose of infusing life into an ancient indulgence by creating tea products that reach new heights of quality and innovation. Our passion is creating the most incredible handcrafted tea blends found anywhere, globally sourcing the finest ingredients available. Paralleling the highest standards of quality at Mighty Leaf Tea is ongoing creative innovation.

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51 tasting notes

Ended up at a cafe today that I’ve never been to before and it was soo good, wish I knew about it sooner. I ordered this tea with my breakfast sandwich and it was my first time having Mighty Leaf tea.

I really liked the fancy tea bag and the little rope string and was impressed to see whole leaf tea in it. It brewed to a perfect dark shade in the mug. I added sugar in the raw and it was so delicious with my sandwich, tasting very brisk and robust! I didn’t even mind the ceylon taste to it, assuming it has ceylon.

Normally I don’t like to pair food with tea but I can tell that’s the only way I could enjoy this tea, and it reminded me how good that combination can actually be!

Babble

Which cafe was this?

CupofTree

Corner Bakery Cafe, in Boca Raton. They have numerous locations apparently. I want to go back and try something else already!

CupofTree

you know, I’ve been back to this cafe a couple times and I really wasn’t missing anything

Babble

They’re a chain. They have them quite a few places. I look at them as a slightly less pretentious Panera ;)

CupofTree

Exactly lol

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757 tasting notes

Today is my last day on this frozen ice block before going back to the coast. I’m sitting at a cafe near campus having a “holiday tea latte” made with this tea and some amaretto syrup. It was supposed to also have peppermint flavouring but they were out, but I was cool with that. Almonds and peppermint might have been odd anyway.

This is pretty good, but it’s hard to truly judge the tea since I’m distracted by all the milk and sugary almond flavouring.

Jetting from one campus to another. Such a weird feeling.

Anna

You campustrotter you.

Fjellrev

More like a culttrotter!

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358 tasting notes

This is the first tea that I found this morning in my big box of teabags that I’m trying to get through. I was hoping for smooth and malty, but it was a bit more robust than that. Still a good tea, but nothing amazing here. I would gladly accept a cup of this if offered, but I won’t seek out any to purchase on my own. I’m getting ready to go shopping with my mom and this morning and plan to put a super strong and delicious tea in my Timolino to enjoy while we’re out and about. Hopefully that will help me get through all of these errands that we have to run! I have so many things on my mind with school, house stuff, the pets, etc. that I feel pulled in 50 directions and don’t know where to start. I’ll just start with tea, tea solves everything!

-Large square teabag with a tag.
-Teabag smells musty and slightly malty. Tea liquor aroma is sweet and malty.
-Tea liquor is a thick dark brown color.
-Robust flavor and finish. Light malty aftertaste.
-Best with milk and sweetener.
-Good tea. An average breakfast tea. More of a robust than malty flavor.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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467 tasting notes

This one surprised me! As far as bagged black teas go, this is a good standby. It’s bold and strong, bracing you for the day ahead. There aren’t any odd aftertastes that you sometimes get with black teas in bags. Also, it comes in one of those pretty mesh and thread sachets that I like.

I’d get into it further, but if you’ve ever had an English breakfast tea, you know what this is. This one isn’t particularly astringent and has a hint of fruit in it. It’s decent.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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392 tasting notes

I think the bag this tea came in is really niffty. I have never had a mighty leaf tea before. I ended up purchasing a variety pack of mighty leaf tea to bring an amazon order up to $25 to get free shipping, so I have even more tea to try = yay!

As for the tea, this is a pretty standard black tea. It has more flavor depth than say lipton black or something equivalent. I am a big fan of breakfast teas so I enjoyed this pretty throughly. I look forward to trying the other teas!

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Ugh, tastes like there’s Nilgiri tea in it – raw and a bit rough. The tasting notes say no, so maybe the Ceylon is just… not so good. If I could ignore that raw note, this would probably be okay, but I can’t so it’s not.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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I actually just used this as the base for a custom breakfast blend this morning, but it was so good I wanted to be able to log it! (and didn’t feel like making a custom listing).

I’ve been using this as the base for a lot of things lately, because I have a big bag of it and because it’s a smooth, unprepossessing Assam, mild enough to drink plain but strong enough to give that “black tea” flavor to blends. So, today:

2 parts ML Organic Breakfast (Assam)
1 part LeafSpa Organic Irish breakfast (pure Ceylon!)
1 part Adagio Keemun Encore (…Keemun)

And it’s really, REALLY good. This is the English Breakfast tea that’s been missing from my collection. I’ve been drinking it with a dash of sugar and a good dollop of milk, and I can taste everything I put into the blend. I find Keemun Encore a bit much on it’s own, almost Lapsang smoky, but here it’s just providing that hint of smoky sweet I like in my EBs, and the Ceylon (I have no idea why they market it as an Irish Breakfast, though it is good/strong enough to drink on it’s own) contributes some high notes, and… I’ll stop gushing now. I just wanted to make a note for myself and got a little carried away!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Too bad you didn’t have an organic Keemun on hand:(

teabird

Ha, yeah, the two organic teas were kind of a coincidence – there aren’t many in my cupboard :( I console myself that a lot of teas are grown organically but uncertified, and keep waiting for the market to grow.

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449 tasting notes

this one is ok , im stuck at the hospital and my only tea option is the coffee show downstairs, they have a few Mighty Leaf teas, i prolly wont try this one again maybe ill try darjeeling next.

TeaBrat

sending some good thoughts your way….. :)

Azzrian

Same here…hope you are not stuck there long!

Thomas Edward(Toad)

Thanks :) we will be here a little while longer at least a few more days but that will just make it all the better when we do get back home.

Azzrian

Great attitude! Sending prayers!! Much love.

Invader Zim

I hope he gets better soon, I’ll keep you two in my thoughts and prayers.

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1693 tasting notes

Aesthetically speaking, it’s lovely in the little sheer bag. Flavorfully speaking, it’s OK, but nothing to write poetry about. Maybe Will Scarlet on a scale of zero to Robin Hood. Just one sample bag available, but I’m thinking it might be better iced.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Auggy

Haha – love that rating scale!

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84 tasting notes

got this as a sample with my ML order. i have to say it is nothing special and it is that rich black tea taste that i enjoy. this too is a no nonsense black tea. i can see this becoming a staple in my cabinet for those lazy days when a bag is preferable seeing as school does start next week and i have a 40min drive to school! tea in a snap is preferable on the days i think im running late lol.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

A free tea that gets a 96… YAY!!!

Kitch3ntools

i know! :D ill prob end up buying a box for my quick tea days. it was tasty in a “i need a black tea with no frills” kinda way :)

Jillian

I think sometimes everyone just needs a tea that’s not all fancy or blows you away with a riot of flavours.

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