British Breakfast

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  • “Lately I've been craving coffee. The strength of taste, the bitterness, the 'kick'... My normally preferred whites, greens, greenish oolongs and mellow (Chinese) blacks just weren't it. Trying to...” Read full tasting note
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British Breakfast blend of assam and darjeeling tea.

Ideal brewing time: 4 to 6’
Water temperature: 85°C (185°F)

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Lately I’ve been craving coffee. The strength of taste, the bitterness, the ‘kick’… My normally preferred whites, greens, greenish oolongs and mellow (Chinese) blacks just weren’t it. Trying to get off this coffee bing, I decided to try Britisch Breakfast. And what a happy choice that turned out to be! This tea is a ‘real’ black tea with lots of character. It’s strong, it has a slight bitter-ish note and it definitely packs a punch. It probably won’t become a real favorite as I usually like something a bit sweater and ‘kinder’ in taste, but I won’t automatically pass up on breakfast teas anymore either.

Ysaurella

I need to consider more Breakfast teas myself. I often don’t appreciate the bitter note a lot of them have.

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