The Art of Breakfast Tea | Top Morning Cups

January 23, 2019

Sunrise at the summit of Haleakala on Maui is breathtaking.
Nothing says "Good morning" quite like seeing the sunrise from atop Haleakala.  It's breathtaking.  It's captivating.  And it's cold!
 
A solid Breakfast Tea can do wonders in the morning.  Big flavor and bold aroma awakens the senses.  The right punch of caffeine opens up the mind.  And let's be real, nice body and mouth feel swishes away morning breath blehhhhs.

A traditional breakfast blend like an English Breakfast or Irish Breakfast starts with a base of hearty, robust black tea.  Just because it's big and bold does not mean it has to be brisk and bitter.  This is where the art of quality tea making comes in.  Qualities of a good breakfast tea include vibrant flavor, fresh aroma and structure to handle cream and sugar.  Check out some of our breakfast blends below.
Victorian Blend is made with Golden tipped Assam and high elevation Nilgiri.
Island Breakfast is made specifically to enjoy straight and neat.
Veranda Sunrise is full-bodied with lots of flavor.





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