English Breakfast Tea is a perfect morning tea with good body and full tea flavor notes. Coppery bright – especially enticing with milk. Today the habit of tea drinking is inexorably linked to England despite the fact that the British were fairly late on the tea scene, in historical terms. Ironically the first mention of tea in English literature is a translation of a Dutchman’s travels to the East. Tea was first brought to England via Holland on Dutch ships. As tea grew to become an ‘in’ beverage, the British government became quite incensed that a nation as tiny as the Netherlands could control the shipment of tea to the UK.
This is a black tea blend English Breakfast is a medium caffeine level tea The recommended brewing temperature is 212 degrees Fahrenheit.