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English breakfast Tea

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Enjoy this exquisite blend sourced from the finest tea estate!

Enjoy the classic English Breakfast Tea known for its strong but smooth taste that acts as the perfect pick-me-up in the mornings. Start the morning right with the richness of this blend and a hearty breakfast if you have a busy day ahead!

Blend: This creation is made from the black tea sourced from the finest tea estates of India

Origin: Brought to your aid from India

Best Savoured: English Breakfast tea is enjoyed when piping hot

When: Best consumed in the mornings with heavy breakfast

Direct Benefit: Beneficial in reducing risk of strokes and manages blood sugar level

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The English Way to Start the Day

Everyone needs their Morning Cuppa, sometimes it comes as a nice and strong cup of black tea that helps you kick start the day. The world needs to thank Scottish tea master Drysdale for this Morning Cuppa, as he brewed a stronger version of black tea that complemented the traditional English breakfast.

English Breakfast is traditionally hearty and loaded with calories. Black tea reduces the risk of heart diseases, giving energy to work throughout the day. Today, even if our diet and lifestyle habits have changed, there’s nothing like the English Breakfast tea to revitalize the mind, body, and soul.

Start your day right with our English breakfast tea, an exquisite blend of excellent quality black tea which has been sourced from the finest tea estate of India.

Bid Adieu to Lazy Mornings

The English Breakfast has lesser caffeine content than a cup of coffee. It also releases caffeine at regular intervals resulting in prolonged energy boost throughout the day. This makes it ideal for those lazy mornings. However, not all black tea is created equal and different tea work differently. Fermentation plays a huge role in differentiating Breakfast Tea from other black tea.

Let’s see how the process works. Tea leaves go through enzymatic oxidation after they are plucked. This process is natural and quite similar to what we witness when we keep a banana or apple slice out in the open for a long time. When some compounds called polyphenols stored in the cell of a plant come in contact with the oxygen in the air, a chain of reactions happens which converts and oxidizes catechins into thearubigins and theaflavins.

This process not only changes the colour but also the flavour and smell of the tea. Back in the 19th Century, Tea Master Drysdale experimented and made some changes in the fermentation process and voila – the world got their favourite morning tea.

English Breakfast Tea is a storehouse of healthy antioxidants and minerals like polyphenols (catechins, theaflavins, and thearubigins), flavonoids, lipoproteins, L-theanine (an amino acid), potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, folate, and fluoride.

While polyphenols promote good bacteria growth in the gut and decrease the growth of bad bacteria, flavonoids reduce the risk of heart diseases. Several studies have shown that the nutrients found in black tea can reduce the risk of stroke as well as cancer in people who drink it regularly.

However, the nutrient that makes this tea famous worldwide is perhaps L-theanine which increases attention and alertness and helps kick start the day.

Some more marvels made possible by this elixir:

  •  Maintains good heart health
  •  Reduces risk of strokes
  •  Manages blood sugar levels
  •  Lowers cholesterol
  •  Improves gut health
  •  Contains anti-oxidants

Brew the Perfect Blend
– Every 100ml of water requires 2g of tea (1 Teabag)
– English Breakfast Tea should be steeped in boiling water at 93-95 Degree Celsius
– Brew for about 4 minutes before water starts bubbling
– Can be re-steeped 1-2 times
– The presence of tannins in black tea makes it bitter if steeped for longer

Start your day with a cup of energy and enthusiasm!

Note: English Breakfast Tea can cause anxiety, loss of appetite and dehydration if excessively consumed

Additional information

Dimensions 8 × 9 × 10 cm

5 reviews for English breakfast Tea

  1. Rahul Jain

    Perfect one in the market for English breakfast tea. Worth it! Compatible in flavour, the tea has a richness that comes from its light, floral undertones, and earthiness. It can be enjoyed on its own or with a dash of milk and makes a perfect mid-morning boost of power.

  2. UTTAM RAKSHIT

    It is very tasty. One must definitely try it. If you are a tea lover, it is highly
    likely that you will like this. 10/10 for flavour, colour, aroma, and taste. Would
    buy it again!

  3. Rohit Agrawal

    This tea is exceptional! English breakfast tea is by far my favorite tea by
    Seven Spring and by far my favorite tea in general! The packing is great and
    attractive. The product is too good. This tea is awesome for the Indian
    palate as it has the perfect strength for having with or without milk! It has a
    lot of antioxidants and is good for the heart. That sorts my health concerns,
    so all I have to do is enjoy every sip of this tea and enjoy life.

  4. Aayush Soni

    English breakfast tea is great for any time of the day. It has a rich and fullbodied taste that doesn’t go too far into the bitter territory. You can’t do
    much anything better for your next cup of tea. With the perfect balance of
    flavours, it is rich-tasting and of high quality! The health benefits are it helps
    regulate cholesterol and blood pressure. It also reduces the risk of strokes
    and is good for the gut. 110/100!

  5. Ramakanth Beese

    Seven Spring English Breakfast Tea has that extra zing to really get you
    going. It is a great blend of strong hand-picked black teas to give a decent
    kick. It has a bold, and malty flavor! It is not just a premium tea, it tastes
    amazing and exudes that English poshness. With this, my breakfast just gets
    so much better!

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