Brodies Tea of Scotland
Brodies Famous Edinburgh Loose 7.1 Oz.
Brodies Famous Edinburgh Loose 7.1 Oz.
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|Price Per Cup: $0.26 Per Cup|
|Body: Full Bodied|
|Appearance: Dark, Bold|
|Aroma: Rich, Robust|
|Ingredients: Black Tea|
Brodie's Famous Edinburgh 7.1 Ounces/200 Grams of Loose Tea
Since the 1930s, Brodies Famous Edinburgh Tea has been blended in Scotland's capital city. A black tea, Famous Edinburgh Tea is a blend of Ceylon and Kenya tea leaves. Ceylon tea leaves are used to make the tea light and refreshing. Kenyan tea leaves give the tea its bright edge. Each tea bag weighs 2.5 grams.
What makes Famous Edinburgh Unique?
How does Famous Edinburgh taste?
Famous Edinburgh is a Scottish Tea. It is smooth and full-bodied. Brodies is a Scottish Tea company whose tea tasters try each of the tea leaves used to make Famous Edinburgh.
How is Famous Edinburgh made?
To make Famous Edinburgh, Brodies blends tea leaves from Sri Lanka and Kenya. Blending tea leaves from a variety of countries in differing amounts, allows tea makers to achieve a specific taste. Most British teas companies blend tea leaves from multiple countries. The specific quantity of tea leaves from each region in this tea is a company secret.
Who is Brodie's Tea?
Brodie's Teas are till blended and packed in Scotland. Brodies is still a family business and has been importing and blending teas since 1867. 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. Ever since William Brodie started the business in 1867, 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.
How To Make Perfect Cup of Brodies Famous Edinburgh Tea
For a black tea, such as Famous Edinburgh, bring water to a rolling boil. Always use fresh water every time you make tea. Place the tea bag in the mug or pot and pour in the boiling water. Let steep for 3 to 5 minutes and then remove the tea bag. Add a sweetener if you prefer. Brodie's Famous Edinburgh can be taken plain or with milk or lemon, whichever way you prefer.
Tea Leaves from Sri Lanka and Kenya.
Brodie's 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 estates 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.
I found Brodie’s Famous Edinburgh to have little character on its own. I am using it up by mixing it with another tea, and I won’t be buying it again. But that’s OK! There are plenty of other brands and blends to try and Teadog does a consistently excellent job.
Brodie’s Edinburgh tea is a great go to for a relaxing brew.Never far from my kettle.Can rely on that consistent unique almost peaty flavor that I’ve come to enjoy over the years.To know it’s actually from Scotland makes this tea all the more special and to never guess on it’s quality.Like to enjoy with butter biscuits and any A.D. Scott Scottish mystery. Excellent service! Tah
Brodies has become my very favorite tea. For some reason, the loose leaf always tastes best. Not long ago, I had to fast for a hospital test. The first thing I did, when I got home, was to make a cup of Brodies. It tasted so wonderful to me.
Flavorful and smooth black tea. Wonderful aroma to the tea leaves is always a sign of a good tea.