Popularised by the Brits, breakfast tea has been designed to be bold, full bodied tea best drunk with milk. The spread of British colonialism across the world, combined with their love of tea, has meant this style of tea is hugely popular across the world. It’s also due to this demand that former commonwealth countries as well as trade partners have built successful and advanced industries around tea production. The blend is changed seasonally but is always malty, big bodied, easy to drink and designed to cut through milk.
For best results, brew at 95-100 degrees for 2-4 minutes. Use a dose of 2.8 grams for 200ml of water, however brewing instructions can be personalised for how you like to drink it. This tea is designed to be drunk with milk, producing a full bodied, sweet breakfast tea.