English Breakfast Tea 100 grams

£4.99 £3.99

A common misconception is that whole leaf teas are better than broken leaf teas. This is not true. “Orange”, meanwhile, is said to have derived from Holland’s ‘House of Orange’, the Dutch Royal Family who was once famous for the importing and re-exporting of tea. Essentially, the name “Orange” is associated with quality.

Finally, “Pekoe” derives from a Chinese term ‘Pek-ho’ and refers to the covering of tiny sliver-hairs on the underside of the leaf of certain types of tea bush. So, what does this mean for your morning cup? And why should you consider English Breakfast FOP Tea? Largely owing to these referred qualities, this beverage is notably full-bodied and consists of strong malty overtones. A hearty brew to the last drop, English Breakfast BOP is an excellent choice for anyone looking to ‘branch’ out in the world of tea. 

Breakfast Teas have long been associated with English upper-class gentry. But this is not necessarily the case, as many historians today believe that English Breakfast Tea was made in Scotland, not England! According to some records; which should be noted, are somewhat scarce; the concept of a Breakfast Tea

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A common misconception is that whole leaf teas are better than broken leaf teas. This is not true. “Orange”, meanwhile, is said to have derived from Holland’s ‘House of Orange’, the Dutch Royal Family who was once famous for the importing and re-exporting of tea. Essentially, the name “Orange” is associated with quality.

Finally, “Pekoe” derives from a Chinese term ‘Pek-ho’ and refers to the covering of tiny sliver-hairs on the underside of the leaf of certain types of tea bush. So, what does this mean for your morning cup? And why should you consider English Breakfast FOP Tea? Largely owing to these referred qualities, this beverage is notably full-bodied and consists of strong malty overtones. A hearty brew to the last drop, English Breakfast BOP is an excellent choice for anyone looking to ‘branch’ out in the world of tea. 

Breakfast Teas have long been associated with English upper-class gentry. But this is not necessarily the case, as many historians today believe that English Breakfast Tea was made in Scotland, not England! According to some records; which should be noted, are somewhat scarce; the concept of a Breakfast Tea

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