Brodies Scottish Breakfast 50 Tea Bags in Drum
Brodies Scottish Breakfast tea is blended in Scotland. Brodies Scottish Breakfast tea is a rich and flavorful blend of Assam and Kenyan teas. Brodies Scottish Breakfast tea is a bright start to the day.
Brodies Tea, Edinburgh Scotland
Brodie's is still a family business with over 130 years experience in the art of blending tea. Brodies has been importing and blending teas since 1867.
Brodies teas are blended from the finest leaves carefully selected from tea gardens around the world.
Brodies started in Leith, Scotland where once tea clippers landed their cargoes. In 2002, Brodies moved to a purpose-built production unit in Musselburgh, Scotland with a state-of-the-art facilities.
The business has seen many changes since 1867 when William Brodie first began, but his passion for quality has endured and as the company has grown and diversified the ideals remain the same that excellence is only achieved by using the very best ingredients available.
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Slightly stronger black tea - full bodied but not acidic
Love this tea. I am a loyal buyer for a reason. Hits all the right spots.
The Brodie's Scottish breakfast tea is quite good but a bit on the mild side for me. I will order it again
Bought this in response to a discount offer. It's comparable to most of its type, with a good measure of the quality usually described as "fresh" or "brisk" in the model of Yorkshire Gold, although "Yorkie" easily is a notch or two better.
Perfectly serviceable, but nothing special to my taste.
We start the day with Brodie teas, especially the Scottish Breakfast tea because we find it to have the perfect blend for our taste, being smooth and bright at the same time. Full flavor without being bitter.
We love starting the day with Brodie teas, especially the Scottish Breakfast as it is fresh and bright and a perfect blend for our liking.
Not as robust, but still a nice cup
Don't let the name fool you, Scottish Breakfast Tea is a treat anytime during the day or night. I tried this tea on a whim, while looking for the Taylor's of Harrowgate version of Scottish Breakfast Tea.
With a highly malty taste this tea obviously makes use of slightly more Assam tea in the blend, as compared to Brodie's Edinburgh for example. The use of slightly more Assam in the blend yields an