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English Breakfast Tea In Caddy Organic Fairtrade

Description Price Quantity
Organic Fairtrade English Breakfast Tea 125g Tin £5.50

Flavours:Full-bodied, Malty

Cuisine:British


Contents:Organic
, Fairtrade
, Vegan
, Sugar free
, Salt free


English Breakfast Tea In Caddy Organic Fairtrade

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Steenbergs loose leaf organic English breakfast tea is a traditional blend of teas. It's a strong, aromatic blend of organic Fairtrade teas from Sri Lanka and Assam, Kerala and Darjeeling in India. Great with milk or a slice of lemon. At Steenbergs Organic, we blend this organic black tea to our own family recipe in small batches. We test every batch for consistency. This is an essential part of the Steenbergs morning wake up routine and mornings just don't go as smoothly when we've run out - a rare but irritating occurrence.


Ingredients: Steenbergs secret blend of organic black teas from India and Sri Lanka



Brewing tip: Use a warmed tea-pot and put 1 heaped teaspoon per person of organic Fairtrade English Breakfast Tea leaves into the pot, add freshly boiled water and leave to infuse for 5 minutes. For more detail on brewing tea, please go to How to Make Teas?


Nutritional Info:

Values per 100g:
Energy 2kCal; 7kJ
Protein 0.4g
Carbohydrates 0.0g
Fat 0.5g

Values per 225g mug:
Energy 4kCal; 5kJ
Protein 0.9g
Carbohydrates 0.0g
Fat 1.1g

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