English Breakfast Organic Tea. There are many wonderful English Breakfast teas. Fewer organic English Breakfast teas, and even fewer wonderful, delicious, deep, rich English Breakfast organic loose leaf tea’s. This is one of them. This is a cup above most of the English Breakfast teas that are available and if you are an English Breakfast tea fan you might want to give this one a try.
This English Breakfast Organic tea consist of leaves from Keemun from the Anhui province of China, although camellia sinensis plants from such places as India, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), and even Kenya are also used to make English Breakfast tea. Folks cutting down on coffee consumption also enjoy these teas.
One way to tell if you are drinking a quality tea is that each steeping will be unique unto itself. It’s not going to just taste weaker. Try this and note the delicate taste changes with each steeping.
English Breakfast is rich and bold so many fans like to add a bit of cream and or sugar. Teas from Ceylon, Keemun and Assam are popular choices for blending a century’s old tradition. I like this sturdy aromatic Keemun There appears to be some conflicting information out there about how and where English Breakfast tea originated. But I am impressed with the background provided by Diffords Guide. Time to explore!