Know your Breakfast Teas
Classic breakfast black teas. Dark. Flavorful. Pure.
Our favorite black teas come from places like Sri Lanka, India and China. The historic Ceylon and fabled Darjeeling bring delicious and fragrant teas to the world’s tables each morning. Learn about the value of a simple morning tea ritual in this blog post.
India produces several regional teas from the malty Assam to the sublime and delicate Darjeeling. Assam tea gardens were planted around the height of the British empire and the boldness and strength of that era are carried in our Assam teas today. The “birthplace” of tea, China, offers black teas that are bold, sometimes smoky and nuanced. The island country of Sri Lanka’s Ceylon is hearty.
These black teas are often mixed with botanicals to create enjoyable blends. And of course, one of the western world’s favorite blend is the ever-popular breakfast blend Earl Grey. Learn more about Earl Grey here.
Explore the variety of these breakfast teas from around the world:
Brisk and delicious, the perfect base to enjoy adding milk and sugar.
Brisk, with ample fruit—white peach, lychee, muscatel grape, with an aftertaste of stone fruit.
Bold yet nuanced, and supremely satisfying with its sweet notes of malt, spice and chocolate.
Deep, bittersweet, malt-heavy aroma and flavor, balanced with hints of cardamom and fruit. A powerful, bold drink.
Bright notes of citrus and muscat grape give way to earthy, chocolatey undertones. Sophisticated and complex.
Assertive notes of pine smoke, sweet stone fruit and rich malt. Its surprisingly smooth taste is strong and enticing.