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Brockley Breakfast Tea Bags Black Tea

(earns 5 Taste Points)
Quick Details
Flavours: Citrus & Floral Vegetables & Plants
Notes: Malt Mixed Florals
Origin(s): India Kenya Sri Lanka
Thin
Mouthfeel
Heavy
Medium Balanced
Tea Specification
Tea Type: Black Tea
Health Benefits:
More Information
Does this include caffeine? Yes, this product contains caffeine
Are there any specific product benefits? 100% Recyclable or Compostable
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Brockley Breakfast Tea Bags Black Tea

These Brockley Breakfast tea bags are Good and Propers twist on an English Breakfast blend, named after their South London home. A traditional base of Assam, Kenya & Ceylon is lifted by the aromatic notes of Good and Propers Darjeeling, making this whole leaf black tea a wonderfully balanced, all round breakfast tea. Served best with a dash of milk.

Good and Propers whole leaf tea bags are 100% compostable. Each bag is filled with our best leaves, with plenty of room for the leaves to unfurl. This ensures the best possible flavour.

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