What is the English breakfast tea ?

Breakfast tea

Health benefits of

English Breakfast tea is one of our ultimate one. It wakes and revives the nation and goes beautifully with your favorite morning treat. This blend isn’t just perfect for starting your day; it is also great to get you through your busy schedule every day. It’s bright, full bodied and full of flavor.

Breakfast tea

Self Introduction of Breakfast Tea >>>

English breakfast tea is a classic black tea blend made from Assam, Ceylon and Kenyan teas. Each black tea variety has an individual flavor profile, but all are are made from the leaves of the Camellia sinesis plant, which also produces the leaves for Oolong and green teas. Tea drinkers have English breakfast tea any time of the day, despite its name, and it’s commonly served with milk or with lemon and sugar. The full taste and richness of the tea take well to the added sweetness and cream. As a black tea, English breakfast is high in antioxidants, which provide a number of health benefits.

 

Benefits of English Breakfast Tea >>>

•Promotes good circulation. One study published in the journal Circulation found that people struggling with coronary artery problems had better circulation after consuming black tea for four weeks.

•Help with weight management and optimize metabolism. A study published in the European Journal of Nutrition found that black tea may stimulate the production of good bacteria in the gut. It also uses and changes our energy metabolism in the liver via gut metabolites.

•Helping promote heart health. Aside from improving cholesterol levels, black tea may also help reduce heart attack risk.

•Helping eliminate free radicals and slow aging. This tea comes with natural antioxidants called flavonoids, which are said to help reduce free radicals in the body.

 

British tea

HOW TO MAKE IT >>>

Use freshly drawn cold water. Then grab your kettle when it’s at a rolling boil (100 C). Use 1 teabag per cup or 1 teabag per person in a teapot. Then infuse for 3 to 5 minutes (or to your taste). It’s best with a splash of milk or if serving it black, a slice of lemon is great, too.

Store your tea somewhere cool, dark, dry and airtight to keep it fresh.

 

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