It's not like your bag tea, it's so much better. This classic black tea blend is full-bodied, hearty, and deeply satisfying. It was created with milk and sugar in mind, but it's so smooth it doesn't need it. Honey does open up the flavor, and that's how we like it best.
Interestingly, the first English Breakfast tea was sold in New York City in the 1840s by an American tea merchant, Richard Davies. He was a British immigrant who offered a blend of three China black teas as English Breakfast tea as an homage to his home country.
Suggested Steeping Instructions:
3 grams | 8 oz water | 212°F | Steep 3 min.
Number of Cups:
Order includes 2 oz. of tea, which generally equates to 20 eight-ounce servings.