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  • Ceylon and Kenyan Milima black teas makes a smooth, full-bodied brew.
  • Fine Royal English Breakfast Tea
  • Whole leaf Royal English Breakfast Tea filled in 30 silken sachets. A part of the Historic Royal Palaces Collection.
  • 30 silken sachets per tin

Harney & Sons HRP Royal English Breakfast (30 Sachets)

Kenilworth Ceylon and Kenyan Milima black teas that makes a smooth, full-bodied brew | whole-leaf tea | Kosher tea | 30 sachet

Product Description

Harney & Sons Royal English Breakfast is one of the teas in the Historic Royal Palaces Collection. It is a robust combination of Kenilworth Ceylon and Kenyan Milima black teas that makes a smooth, full-bodied brew. The traditional, brisky morning tea brew is here for you. Milk and sugar please.
Interesting Fact:
English Breakfast Tea was invented in Edinburgh, Scotland. A tea master by the name of Drysdale came up with the idea of marketing his blend as "Breakfast Tea". The concept soon spread to England where tea had become enormously popular. Tea houses in London began adding "English" to the name, and the tea became and remains one of the most popular teas in England. 
Product Contains 30 silken sachets
Base Black Tea
Aroma Honey with lemon tones; faint clove spice notes
Caffeine Level Caffeinated
Body Fulfilling body
Character Dark honey flavors of the Kenilworth, complemented by the citrus and spice of the Kenyan Milima 
Brewing Time 4 to 5 minutes
Brewing Temperature 212° F

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About the Historic Royal Palaces Collection

Harney & Sons Fine Teas were invited by the Historic Royal Palaces of England (A non-profit organization that helps explore the story of how monarchs and people have shaped the society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built.) to create a notable and exquisite collection of English tea blends. Each unique tea blend pays homage to tea's imperial history and roots.

In 1660, the 17th-century diarist Samuel Pepys had his first ever 'Cup of Tea, a China drink', then only introduced to Britain. Catherine of Braganza, Charles II's tea-drinking queen, made it fashionable, Queen Anne would often enjoy a cup of tea at Hampton Court Palace and the double wedding of Queen Charotte's son at Kew in 1818 was celebrated with tea party. Until the abolition of import duties in 1784, tea was the expensive preserve of royalty and the rich. Despite its ubiquity in later times, tea is truly historic, royal tipple.

Other Details

Whole-leaf tea
Kosher Certified:
30 silken sachets

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  1. Great tea 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2020 Mar 4th

    Great tasting tea, have purchased before and will continue to purchase it

  2. Great Flavour 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2017 May 25th

    This tea has great flavour and I love the variety that you offer and that I purchase.

  3. Tea Time 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2016 Nov 25th

    The tea continues to be excellent, this is the first time I have ordered it from Premium Tea, and the price was super and the delivery was even better. Look forward to ordering more.

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