Scottish Breakfast Tea


A tea for anyone with a brave heart.

What is it?

The heartiest and oakiest of all the breakfast teas enjoyed in the British Isles, Scottish Breakfast Tea is a brew that packs a punch.

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Product description

Like all breakfast teas, this is a blend of Indian, Kenyan, and Chinese black tea leaves. Fruity and suave, though unmistakably pungent, this caramel tinted tea comes with its own brand of sophistication.



Brassy and bold, but in a good way, this subtly oaky, malty, and bitter tea is the perfect morning pick-me-up. A rich and full-bodied brew, it’s designed to wash down a hearty Scottish breakfast – but any old breakfast will do, really.

This specially concocted tea with a slightly oaky flavour is an acquired taste makes for a refined palate. That said, people of all ages drink it religiously, from students to retirees. Smooth and with unmistakable depth, it really is something to write home about.

Paired with milk, the China Black Keemun Gold and Chingwo County Orange Pekoe enhance the malty Assam flavour, so that every sip is invigorating. Aye, losh, it’s a grand cuppa tea!


Caffeine Level

With 27 mg to 35 mg per cup, the caffeine level in this tea is moderate.



This is made with a blend of Chinese, Indian and Kenyan black tea leaves.


Quality of Leaves

Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe (F BOP) made using the Orthodox method


Where Does It Come From?

Grown at altitudes of 500ft. to 6,500ft., this tea is sourced from tea plantations in Assam Nilgiri (India), Kericho and Nandi (Kenya), and Anhui (China).


What Are the Health Benefits?

Click here to see the full health benefits of black tea.

Additional information

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60g, 80g, 125g, 250g, 500g


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