Trail Tea - Yorkshire Three Peaks - Breakfast Blend


About the Tea:

Black Tea, Breakfast Blend.
Latin Name: Camelia Sinensis
Plant Family: Theaceae
Blend: Assam & Nilgiri
Origin: India

Camellia sinensis is a species of evergreen shrub
or small tree whose leaves and leaf buds are used
to produce tea. It is of the genus Camellia of flowing 
plants in the family Theacea.



Tea Derived soley and exclusivly, and produced 
by acceptable processes, notably withering,
leaf maceration, aeration, and drying, 
from the tender shoots of varieties of the 
species camellia sinensis (I.) O. Kuntze.


About the Trail:

The Yorkshire Three Peaks, Is a circular route taking in 
Pen-y-Ghent (2,277feet),
Whernside (2415 feet) and Ingleborough (2,372 feet).
Completed by hikers, mountain bikes, runners 
and cyclocross bikes. Annual events are held for
many of these diciplines on this famous 
Yorkshire route.


Brewing Tip's and Advice:


Always use fresh water before boiling. Avoid re boiling water as this will take oxygen and nitrogen from the water which will guarantee you a dull tasteless mug of tea. Instead we want you to have a bright mug of tea, maximumising the taste and experience for you.


Generally as a guide with loose leaf tea's its one heaped teaspoon per person and one for the pot. For our Breakfast Blend we reccomend working on 1-2 teaspoons depending on the strength you normally choose to enjoy.

Brew temperature for black tea is generally 100deg straight from the kettle, and most importantly do not rush, take your time, allow the loose leaf to steep and release the bright flavour you so wish to enjoy, 3-5minutes will be enough to give you that tantilizing mug of tea and have you going back for more!


 Dipton, County Durham, DH9 9LP

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