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All About Tea’s Fine Leaf Ceylon is as bright and refreshing as the Full Leaf, but slightly quicker to brew. Usually drunk with a small amount of milk, it can be enjoyed at any time of day. Its thirst-quenching character makes it ideal for the afternoon.
The liquor produced is aromatic, sweet, supple and a bright amber in colour. This is certainly a tea we highly recommend you try and you really would be missing out if you don’t.
To enjoy at its best brew with fresh boiling water using one teaspoon per person. We always recommend soft water if possible but with many of these Ceylons this is even more important. Allow 3-4 minutes for infusion then pour, removing the leaves at this point if using a teapot with an integral filter. Add milk and/or sugar to taste.
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Vietnamese OP - Orange Pekoe. Good leaf and really pleasant flavour.
To brew, place one teaspoon per person in a warmed pot. Add fresh boiling water and brew for 4 mins. Best drunk without milk.
English Breakfast - a careful mix of Assam, Kenya and Ceylon teas and perhaps the most famous blend in the world. The Assam gives the blend strength, the Ceylon flavour and balance, and the Kenya colour.
English Breakfast Tea is full-bodied, rich and robust, with a wonderful sweet round flavour. The fine leaf produces a strong, quick-brewing tea.
To brew, place one teaspoon per person in a warmed pot and add fresh boiling water. Allow to brew for 5 minutes. Strain into cups or mugs. This tea can be enjoyed with milk and sugar or on its own.