Kevin's Breakfast Blend
Our expert tea taster, Kevin Gascoyne, who has been specialising in black teas for over 25 years, has come up with this breakfast blend of four of our teas from India, Sri Lanka, Rwanda and Colombia. Blending is an expertise in its own right in the tea industry and this creation will appeal to our classic black tea lovers.
The textures and flavours of this amalgam of leaves combine perfectly, leaving room for the flavour strengths of each tea. A crisp, clean attack quickly softens and creates a rippling effect in the mouth combining tannins, malty accents and sweet notes reminiscent of liquorice and barley sugar.
Enjoy it with or without milk, in the early morning or at any other time of the day.
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