Wedding Breakfast Tea

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 250 ml

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From Fortnum & Mason

This special blend was created to mark the wedding in 2011 of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The top-quality Assam is lifted by the addition of a little Kenyan tea – the location of Prince William’s marriage proposal. Deservedly popular at the time of the wedding, it remains much in demand and has now permanently joined the ranks of our heritage blend teas.

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Ooops, accidentally forgot to set a timer this time! I specifically wanted a breakfast tea today, and this one was fuller this time around. Maybe the longer steep is the key! One milk, one sugar.

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This has a crisper, cleaner taste than other Breakfast blends I’ve had; less malty.

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Back-back-backlog of this tea. A couple weeks ago on my trip, my mom and I went to high tea at Fortnum & Mason in Piccadilly Circus. This was the tea that she chose, purely because of the description about Prince William & Kate Middleton, haha. It’s very light for a breakfast blend. It actually reminds me more of the afternoon blend from Fortnum & Mason (that I happen to be sipping on right now). I think it paired nicely with the finger sandwiches, but was a bit weak to accompany the desserts and scones.

The really good thing about this tea was that it didn’t get bitter quickly. And considering the fact that the leaves were just left to sit and steep continuously in the teapots, this was a very good attribute for our high tea adventure.

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