Cornish Breakfast Tea

Take a little time in the morning with a proper tasty tea

  • FULL BREAKFAST

    Whether you start the day with a full, Cornish Hungryman’s breakfast, or simply a croissant, this is the perfect choice of morning cuppa.

    BREW

    Brewing the best cup. One teaspoon per cup. Freshly boiling water, brew your tea for 4 minutes, a good rule of thumb is 3-5 minutes for most black teas (depending on your preference for strength) and enjoy with or without milk

    GOOD FOR 

    Reasons to drink black leaf tea

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    Being based in Cornwall we thought it right and proper to create some Cornish tea blends. The others are Cornish Afternoon and Tinners' Tea

  • India & Ceylon Black Tea

Customer Reviews

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R
R.C.
Brown paper package of delight

I originally tasted this tea in a pub in Padstow. Wanting to bring something of my beautiful Cornish holiday home, I treated us to a pack of this.
Light and refreshing just what you need on a cold, rainy June morning, or a hot sunny July morning or a crisp November morning....get my drift.
Delicious on its own or with scones.

P
P.
A wonderful basic

We've been buying this for years, and it makes a wonderful cup of tea at any time of the day. Very affordable, but gives the impression that you've got something rather special.

S
S.M.

Yummyyyy

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P.B.
Fine Tea...

To be frank, I'd bought this tea as an alternative to the Rare Tea Companies 'RAF' tea as it was a third cheaper. But I thought I'd give it a try. And (as slightly expected compared to the major teabag folks such as PG) it is a much better better 'tea'. And not from fannings / dust (or whatever they are called), so you can used one of those circular mesh strainers straight in the cup. Compared to the RAF tea ? Hardly anything in it and I would buy this Cornish Breakfast Tea again (as well as the Assam, of which Tugboats sent a FOC sample pack too !). Oh, and vry quick delivery too.

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R.H.
Proper Tea

This is a nice strong smooth tea, just s it should be

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