Oliver Pluff & Company asked the question, 'What teas were thrown in the harbor during the Boston Tea Party?' We sought what tea gardens supplied the British East India Company in the markets at Canton, China in the 17th and 18th centuries. We recreated those blends and hope to share a cup of history with you!
English Breakfast- Teabags in Signature Tea Tin
Contents: Rich and Mellow Black Tea Blend, 20 Pillow Sachet Teabags
Notes: A malty blend of Assam (India), Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and Kenyan black teas, English Breakfast is the most popular of blended black teas and the most common in English tea culture. The blend was invented to be a rich, hearty black tea which is complemented well by cream and sugar.
History: English Breakfast was invented in 1843, and was popularized by Queen Victoria.
Type: 20 Pillow Sachet Teabags sealed in matte black signature tea tin
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