It's a tea with a lot of body and a light finish.
Where does it come from?
We get to visit tea gardens all over the world to find the best teas for our English Breakfast. Full-bodied Assams picked during the summer months go perfectly with the fresh taste of high quality African teas. Our next stop is the beautiful Sri Lankan highlands, for tea leaves that add a real depth of flavour to the blend.
A worthwhile journey for a truly great cup of tea.
What makes this tea different?
We only use high-grown Ceylon in our English Breakfast for the full depth of flavour.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (23)
Used to consider a great strong tea now a shadow of former self
Buying this for years, love it
I don't understand the criticism either, we love this - even take it on holiday with us. Even the builders like it!
Try something else
Weak flavour. I used to like this brand but this is one disappointing cup of tea after another.
light and refreshihing
I hate strong tea so I take the bag out immediately after pouring the water. If I left the bag which for some people I do then the brew is much stronger. I find this to be very refreshing.
Nice breakfast cuppa but the best
I tried this on offer and it did well for a small breakfast cuppa, but I think it is not better than the some of the own brand's here. Decent flavour, but at its normal price I wouldn't go for it.
Twinings have gone seriously down market with these. No wonder they are always on offer. I think they must be made with the sweepings from the factory floor.