Organic English Breakfast Tea is often described as full-bodied, rich, robust, and smooth, and is made from the Camellia sinensis or tea plant.
Drinking black teas for breakfast is a longstanding British and Irish custom, and vendors first coined the term ‘breakfast tea’ in the 18th century.
Although they are called ‘English Breakfast’ teas, the blends actually originate from Assam, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), and Kenya.
Not only does English Breakfast Tea taste wonderful, it is filled with antioxidants and may also assist with:
- Reducing inflammation
- Reducing the risk of cancer
- Lowering cholesterol
Most people drink their Organic English Breakfast Tea with lemon or milk.
How do you drink yours?
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