Frontier Natural Products, Organic English Breakfast Tea, 16 oz (453 g)
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- Fair Trade Certified
- USDA Organic
- Certified Organic by QAI
This popular blend of black teas has a full, robust, malty (and slight citrus) flavor. It's a good choice for those who prefer a bit of milk or sweetener in their tea.
Botanical name: Camellia sinensis L.
English Breakfast is a tea hearty enough to pair with a full breakfast or a tea-time repast of freshly baked scones. This traditional tea is often accentuated with sugar or honey and milk.
We're proud to offer a wide array of familiar and exotic loose leaf teas from the finest tea estates for optimum sipping. We've got a wide selection of organic and Fair Trade Certified™ teas, along with premium black teas, green teas, herbal teas and yerba mate amongst others.
The best tasting teas are brewed loose.
Loose-leaf tea is superior in both flavor and health benefits. Whole, intact leaves retain the full components of the teas which are diminished with the chopping, grinding and sifting that prepares tea for tea bags. Loose-leaf teas unfurl while steeping and release their full aroma, taste and goodness
We have a taste for tea. And nothing tastes better than teas that are sustainably farmed and socially beneficial. That's why we're committed to offering a large selection of organic Fair Trade Certified™ teas. Purchasing Fair Trade teas benefits farmers committed to sustainable practices and provides support to their communities.
To enjoy, pour 6 oz simmering water (185F preferred) over one teaspoon of tea. Steep 4-5 minutes, strain and serve immediately.
Fair Trade Certified English breakfast tea (certifies organic camellia sinensis)
Posted by 5703521117727757280 on Feb 23, 2017
Good strong cup of tea when left to brew. Not overly bitter or hard tannin taste.
Very smooth, but it's not PGTips.
Posted by 5054831719194409040 on May 12, 2016
I really enjoyed this tea. I made a pot with three large teaspoons and it was a little weak. I let it brew a little longer and it improved greatly in strength. The next day I made it with four heaping teaspoons and gave it a good 7 minutes to brew, stirred before pouring, and I had a very nice cuppa. It was still smooth, no brand name strength, acidity, or bitterness so if that is what you are expecting you'll be disappointed. However, if you are looking for a mild, smooth, lightly aromatic breakfast tea, you will be very pleased indeed. Give it a good stir, a good tea cozy, and a good brewing time. I will buy it again.
Posted by 5388780587705483112 on Apr 03, 2016
Large bag of organic tea for a good price. Seems fresh and good quality.
Posted by Reviewer2381562 on May 21, 2015
I like the fact it's organic but it's far too weak. And I usually drink normal strength, meaning one tea bag per cup.
wonderful AND organic
Posted by Reviewer1510427 on Dec 19, 2014
I used to love Twining's English Breakfast Tea, but after reading about the pesticides, I tried loose Frontier Organic English Breakfast tea, and it's even better.