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Tielka Tea - English Breakfast (Organic & Fairtrade)
Tielka Tea - English Breakfast (Organic & Fairtrade)
Tielka Tea - English Breakfast (Organic & Fairtrade)

Tielka Tea - English Breakfast (Organic & Fairtrade)

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    FEATURING

    Certified Fairtrade organic Dianhong black tea

    AWARDS

    THE GOLDEN LEAF AWARDS 2018 CATEGORY:
    BLACK TEA: TEA BAG BLEND - NON-FLAVOURED
    AWARD: SILVER
    Tielka Breakfast Black Tea Silver Award Golden Leaf Awards

    ORIGIN

    Yunnan Province, China

    HARVEST

    May - August

    TASTING NOTES

    cacao, raisins, caramel, spices and freshly baked bread

    BREWING INSTRUCTIONS

    Temperature100°C Amount per 200ml1 level tspn Brewing time3min

    TIELKA PICKS: HEALTH & WELLBEING

    Brain Function
    Energy
    Gut Health

    CAFFEINE

    Low

    CERTIFICATION

    Fairtrade certified and sourced from Fairtrade producers. Total: 100%. FLO ID 23557 www.fairtrade.com.au NASAA certified organic. Cert no 3776P
    Hand harvested and crafted by organic artisan tea farmers. Packaged by hand in Agnes Water, Queensland, Australia.
     

    FROM THE FOUNDER

    "It's like English Breakfast, but better", the stock answer I give when people ask about Tielka Breakfast, which people accept happily, take Tielka Breakfast and then invariably contact me to rave about it later. Of course this almost ended up being a little awkward last time we visited our lovely English friends and I bought a pouch of Tielka Breakfast (instead of the perpetual bottle 'o wine)... "guys, it's like English Breakfast but bett..." (pause), ok, maybe I need a better description.
    Actually I didn't know people could get so enthusiastic about a black tea, but this one smashes the boring black out of the ball park every time. The first time I gave this to my mum, there was a sudden look of surprise and then recognition on her face. She had been zapped back to a memory of afternoon tea at her auntie's house as a little girl... apparently they served good tea back then too. Mum's supply often needs a top up.
    Recently, a cute cafe in Theodore, QLD opened and started using our teas. A few days later, I got a message on my voicemail from the cafe owner to say that some English tourists had stopped in and ordered a pot of Tielka Breakfast. He was so pleased to tell me they said it was the best black tea they had ever tasted. And our English friends here in Agnes Water say the same thing. I reckon we might be onto something here!
    Happy brewing!
    Rebecca Domorev