Sure, you can sip Assam for breakfast. We encourage it. But we're not going to call this tea the classic "English Breakfast," because that typically refers to a blend of lesser quality teas. These are big, black, organic tea leaves grown in Assam, India, where hot days and cool nights bring out a rich, full flavor.
8oz / 227grams (85+ cups of tea)
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The loose Assam is even better than the bagged.
This tea is delicious, strong and so tasty we ordered the first time we tasted it!!
I've been drinking this exact tea, no pollutants or additions (other than a lump of sugar) for years. Of all the teas I've sampled over the years, the vast majority pale in comparison. It has an appealing aroma as you pour through a French press, or whatever you use for preparing your cuppa. I enjoy that deep, rich aroma again, when it hits my nose as I raise the cup to my lips. It gives a nice full body that gives that full mouth feel that is so satisfying first thing in the morning, with no bitter aftertaste. The kicker is it's pure ORGANIC tea! Nothing hidden away in there, YOU control what's going in your body, not some company! This tea tastes good enough not to need to be paired with other additives like berries, spices, herbs, etc.. As an illustration of how dedicated I am to this tea, I'm no longer allowed coffee and this is my go-to alternative. I carry it with me when I travel, as I hate the paper taste of tea bags and the low quality of the teas offered. I recognize a dedicated tea drinker is not the norm in the morning, and therefore do not expect I'll be catered to with high quality teas. Consequently, I must be self-sufficient. Two Leaves brings a fine product to the market place and for me personally it is always my first choice!
My wife and I have been drinking Assam tea for quite a few years. It is our favorite black tea. And this particular Assam has become our new favorite!
I have been a loose leaf tea brewer/iced tea drinker for about 75 yrs. I use no lemon, no sugar-just straight tea. No tea bags. I'm a purist