Notting Hill English Breakfast

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Assam Tea, Yunnan Black Tea
Flavors
Baked Bread, Burnt, Citrus, Malt, Smooth, Spices, Toast
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 15 oz / 444 ml

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Notting Hill is an organic, classic, English style Breakfast black tea blend of leaves and buds from Assam and Yunnan. The deep copper-garnet brew have bold scents of malt, tannins and honey. Expect the astringency you find in any great English Breakfast, but also note the complexity our Notting Hill has to offer. The full, rich aftertaste cements Notting Hill’s reputation as an imminently drinkable English Breakfast worthy of countless food pairings and able to stand on its own or handle milk and sugar.

Origin: Blend
Caffeine Level: High
Ingredients: Indian Assam black tea, Chinese Yunnan black tea
Mood Profile: Invigorating
Flavor Profile: Malty
Certification: USDA Organic

Tea Prep Guide: 1 tsp, 200 F, 4 mins

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It’s Doctor Who day! I saved enough of this sampler (3.5g) for my quintessential British English breakfast 16 oz. pot of tea with my McVities digestive biscuits for the episode viewing with my friend, then used up the rest of the sampler for my black tea hair rinse with my morning natural hair care shower regimen.

American Tea Room has gone out of business, and this was a free sample they gave me when I placed an order with them during their “going out of business” sale. It’s a blend of Assam and Yunnan black teas. What I find interesting is the last English Breakfast tea I drank was entirely Ceylon teas and I didn’t get any citrus notes (which is apparently common of Ceylon blacks?), and this one is lacking Ceylon blacks, but I definitely noticed a citrus note in it. Huh.

This tea had that typical malty/baked bread base, leading to a bit of a slight burnt toast flavor with a more subtle spice note mid-sip, and then a hint of citrus toward the finish. The astringency was rather mild overall, especially when I think back to the last few English Breakfast blends I’ve tried. This was a full-leaf blend rather than CTC, which may have contributed to it being a little more smooth.

Overall, a rather pleasing cup. I think now that I’ve started to experiment more with English Breakfasts (a tea I really never cared for much in the past), I’ve found that my tastes seem to fall with blends that are predominently (or entirely) full leaf and that have a strong Chinese black component to the overall blend.

Flavors: Baked Bread, Burnt, Citrus, Malt, Smooth, Spices, Toast

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 g 16 OZ / 473 ML

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good basic breakfast black tea. A little astringent, good black tea flavors.

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 14 OZ / 414 ML
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