This tea has been created specially to cut through the traditional fatty English breakfast. You can add to it milk, cream, lemon, sugar depend on preferences.
English Breakfast Tea is a very broad definition and doesn’t refer to an exact recipe or blend; each manufacturer has their own version of it. Generally English Breakfast is a blend of black teas which should give a richly coloured liquor, full-bodied flavour, and relatively high caffeine level. Most often it is blend of Assam`s, Africa`s and Ceylon`s black teas. Our Traditional blends refers to very old style of English
A method of brewing black loose leaf tea
½ tea spoon for 100ml water
Temperature of water 95°
Brewing time 1-2 minutes
The number of infusions 1 -2 times
How to brew black loose leaf tea.
Prepare 2 grams of loose leaf tea, 100mills of water at around 95°, a mug or a teapot.
Brew the tea for 1 to 5 minutes depend on preferences. Infuse with boiling water for up to 2 minutes if you want your tea stimulating and energising; 3-5 minutes if you want it to have sooth and relaxing effect.
After you have finish brewing, take the leaves out of the cup/ teapot – if the leaves remain in the water too long, they will start releasing tannins. Tannin makes tea taste bitter, inhibits absorption of magnesium and iron.
Ingredients : Assam for its body, briskness, malty and strong flavour; Kenya for spiciness and deep colour; Ceylon for citrusy, flowery notes and more complex flavour; Yunnan for strong taste. In different proportions