Even if you haven’t traveled the world, you likely know about the storied place mint tea holds in Moroccan culture. Just the name Moroccan Mint brings to mind the labyrinthine markets and smoky bazaars of Marrakesh, the sand-swept deserts and the jade oases of the countryside. Is there any sight more marked of hospitality than the standard mint tea pour, starting at the base of the cup and rising to head level in one continuous, unbroken steaming stream, spilling nary a drop?Read More
English Breakfast ( Ceylon Tea )
This blend of fine black teas has an inviting aroma, a full body and a light fruity and stimulating taste. A perfect morning tea, it goes well with milk and sugar or agave nectar.
organic Black Tea (Camelia Sinensis)
|Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
|Steeping Temp: 100°C
|Steeping Time: 2 to 5 mins.
|Origin: Sri Lanka
|Grade or Quality: Orange Pekoe
|Aroma: Clean, sweet
|Infusion Aroma: Fruity, thick
|Infusion Color: Amber
|Infusion Strength: Medium-Strong
Story, Folklore, History
The Origin of English Breakfast:The naming of this blend did not originate in England as might be assumed, but rather in the United States. They were making reference to the robust and hearty “full English breakfast' consisting of heavy fried foods and meat; similarly, the English Breakfast tea blend has traditionally been a blend of robust and flavorful teas.