Three Gardens Breakfast Black Tea Bags
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Mashamba Yetu, Jamii Zetu (Our Farms, Our Communities)... Striking a delicate balance between conserving natural resources and benefiting communities, the finest quality black tea leaves are sourced from three Rainforest Alliance Certified™ Gardens: Kapchorua (Kenya), Lauderdale (Malawi), and Rancabolang (Indonesia). Sip and enjoy the fresh aroma and brisk character of this robust blend.
Buying products with the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ seal of approval safeguards the rights and well being of workers, conserves natural resources and protects wildlife and the environment. Learn more in this video.
Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Finest quality Rainforest Alliance Certified™ black tea leaves from Kapchorua (Kenya), Lauderdale Estate (Malawi), and Rancabolang (Indonesia) Gardens.
Country of Origin
Kenya, Malawi and Indonesia
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Still my morning brew!
I have been buying this tea in bulk for years. Rich, smooth, never bitter, dark cup of tea for that early morning wake-up. I have also made sun tea with it all summer.
Another great black tea
I was heartbroken when ROT stopped making the unflavored ceylon tea, as it had been my go-to black tea for many, many years. When a friend gave me a tin of this Three Gardens tea, I immediately knew I had a lovely replacement. This is a wonderful tea!
My #1 breakfast black!
Smooth, rich, never bitter! I buy in bulk.
A new favorite
A few favorite. Crisp, clean and hearty no-nonsense taste. This one really clears your head! Wish I had ordered more
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I like this tea anytime. It is a nice break from my usual breakfast teas. I usually drink British or Irish or even All Day Breakfast. A cuppa with a good read is a good time of day. I use skim milk in most,but no sweeteners.