Chelsea Breakfast Loose Tea


Chelsea Breakfast Loose Tea


Item No. MSTR336610
$9.50 - $15.50

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    • Loose Tea Pouch, 100g
    • Loose Tea Caddy, 100g

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  • Description
    For those who like their morning cuppa full-bodied, rich and packed with flavour, we have crafted a stronger alternative to our classic English Breakfast to give your taste buds a wake-up call. We chose tea from Sri Lanka for its crisp taste and distinctive aroma, blending it with the famously malty tea of Kenya. The result is a gutsy brew with a lingering aftertaste – it's delicious with a splash of milk in the morning, served with a slice of buttered toast.
  • Ingredients

    Black Tea

    Gluten free

    Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

  • Reviews
    Took me back to Sri Lanka
    By Bristol tea drinker from Bristol on 07/06/2019
    This is the nicest.tea I have.had.since.being in a tea.plantation in Sri Lanka and buying bags to bring home. Clean and refreshing taste.
    Great Morning Reviver
    By The Durham Dunker from Durham on 06/26/2019
    Excellent brew, perfect for post dog walk pick me up.
    A nice medium strength tea
    By Alex from Nottingham on 06/23/2019
    After having this twice as a taster I have really enjoyed it. Compared to the Assam 2nd Flush which is a fantastic tea, this Chelsea breakfast tea is clean tasting without the need for milk because of its medium strength.

    Goes very well with a light cake in the afternoon as well as breakfasts!
    By JessCat from Reading on 06/10/2019
    I hadn't had a decent cup of tea all week till this brew touched my lips! More flavourful than your average Breakfast tea, but not as flowery as an Earl Grey. Just right, really!
    Rather Tasty!
    By Adam G from Winchester on 06/09/2019
    Had a sample and was a very nice tea! Would recommend!
    perfect morning cuppa
    By teaball from at home on 05/21/2019
    A perfect morning tea. Nice aftertaste and full flavoured. Give it a go!
    By James from Windsor on 05/14/2019
    A classic English style tea with head notes of a deep, black, English breakfast tea. Dry and crisp body notes chased by tail notes of earl grey and slight hint of citrus.
    Surprisingly pleasant
    By Mummy G from Norwich on 04/28/2019
    Wasn't expecting to like this too much as it's black tea and I often find it too strong, but it made a great cup of tea for both myself who likes it quite weak and my sister who likes it strong.
    Strong perfect flavour
    By Jon from Wolves on 04/22/2019
    I am surprised by the underlying strength of this tea. Appearance doesn't link to the beautiful flavour - do not be mistaken this is wonderful.
    Very rich in flavor
    By M.s from Durham on 04/16/2019
    Best breakfast tea I've ever had hands down
    Lovely and strong
    By LP from Birmingham on 04/14/2019
    A lovely, strong black tea. Tastes great with toast and jam for breakfast.
    Pleasant taste
    By Dom from Hucknall on 04/25/2019
    A pleasant, refreshing taste. Suitable for all times of the day. Overall an everyday drink with a stable taste.
    By Artiaus from Manchester on 04/18/2019
    A warm taste with tangy tannins, a wake up tea that left a tingle in my mouth.
    Deep flavour
    By Tea for Two from Loughborough on 04/15/2019
    A change to usual breakfast tea but one I would try again.
    By Carlos from Melton Mobray on 04/14/2019
    This tea is stronger than the 1886 blend, but is a good breakfast tea.
    Full bodied
    By Tea Jenny from Aberdeen on 04/06/2019
    Didn't care for first cup but flavour came out with second cup. A nice tea for breakfast


Black Tea


Rich, strong and malty


Sourdough bread with butter and jam




It seemed only natural to number this tea 111 – our original Chelsea home on Fulham Road.

Brew the Perfect cup

Teaspoons (2 grams)


1 cup

200ml water

100 degrees


2-3 mins

Origin: Sri Lanka

Coffee plantations were originally Sri Lanka's main economic resource, and it wasn't until the 1870s that a sudden blight devastated the coffee plantations and allowed tea to take centre stage. Today, "Ceylon" tea – known by the country's former colonial name – is famed for its clean, brisk taste.

Black Tea

Fully oxidised for a rich, robust flavour, black tea is the most popular type of tea in the western world – and for good reason. Its full body and depth of flavour make many black teas ideal for drinking with a splash of milk, while more delicate varieties like Darjeeling express a huge range of complex characteristics.