English Breakfast Tea by S.D. Bell

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Complete satisfaction in a cup! This is a 126 year old English Breakfast (black) Tea imported from Belfast, Northern Ireland. This elegant black tea is wonderful for your special high tea with friends and family. As importers, from the moment we first tasted this tea, we knew we had to share it with America! We love its rich, smooth and polished taste that evokes both elegance and comfort in the same cup. It has also often been described as creamy and buttery and we could not agree more!
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This is very smooth and clean tasting and is on the lighter side of your English Breakfast Type teas! Towards the end of the sip I could pick up on a speck of gentle pepper.

This isn’t a super strong black tea to make your eyes pop out of your head first thing in the morning but it’s a solid black tea for most any time of the day!



Love the tin!


It’s a nice one! The hinge is perfect! Nice and tight but still fairly easy to open/close!


I buy cheap jasmine just for the nifty tins they come in
Looks like it’s too late for a proper cuppa now

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I really enjoy this breakfast tea. It’s almost exactly what I look for in the morning. Smooth yet bold. It is strong enough for the morning, but also smooth and subtle enough for an afternoon sip.

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596 tasting notes

Very smooth, clean tasting tea. Give it a good long steep if you like your breakfast tea to have a little “bite” at its finish.

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