English Breakfast Tea
A great blend for tea lovers searching for a perfect breakfast tea with robust flavor.
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Organic Assam & Darjeeling Blend
English Breakfast tea, which is common in the British tea culture, has also become the most popular blended tea around the world. It is a black tea blend usually described as full-bodied, robust, and rich that goes well with milk and sugar.
This full-bodied Scottish invention has been with us for many many decades, popularizing black tea all over the world. We are making this Indian only version of English Breakfast tea by mixing Assam with Darjeeling, both grown organically and handcrafted by small tea farmers.
We are using two of our popular Assam orthodox teas, and a rare and elegant black tea from Darjeeling to make this blend. Assam black tea will give you the needed strength and robustness. The Darjeeling black tea with a complex flavor profile and a delicate personality will make sure you have a dash of uniqueness in flavor.
Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (TGFOP)
Robust, rich, sweet, smoky, and perfect black tea flavor.
Serenity for the mind and invigorating for the body.
- Water temperature: 85-90º Celsius
- Dosage: 2-3 grams of tea
- Amount of water: 150-200 ml
- Re-steeping: 2-3 times
- Steeping time: 2, 2.5, 3 minutes
Use fresh filtered water, bring it to heat, and let it cool down for a minute. Preheat your teapot and use approximately 3-4 grams of tea per 200-300 ml of water. Let it steep for 2-3 minutes. To discover delicate subtleness of each tea always follow the instructions, and feel free to experiment with dosage, time, or temperature when you get accustomed to tea. Higher temperatures, larger amounts of leaves, and longer steeping time will result in stronger tea with more astringency. You can add sugar, lemon, or milk to your tea.
Any time you need a cup of elegance with a delicate personality to invigorate you.
Assam Orthodox - Second flush, 2020
Darjeeling Tea - First flush, 2020
Organically grown as per NPOP, NOP & EU standards.