Breakfast Loose Tea – Rwanda
• Dry Leaf Appearance: Small, black
• Liquor Appearance: Reddy brown
• Flavour Profile: Full, dry
• Sealed, dry, out of direct sunlight, ambient temperature
Is drinking breakfast tea good for you?
Without milk or natural sweeteners, English breakfast tea contains almost no calories and zero sugar, making it an ideal choice for those with diabetes and anyone keeping an eye on daily caloric intake. It also contains vitamin B, which helps the body create new red blood cells, a vital component for good health.
10 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Black Tea
Has Antioxidant Properties.
May Boost Heart Health.
May Lower “Bad” LDL Cholesterol.
May Improve Gut Health.
May Help Reduce Blood Pressure.
May Help Reduce the Risk of Stroke.
May Lower Blood Sugar Levels.
May Help Reduce the Risk of Cancer. Which tea is highest in caffeine?
In general, a cup of black tea contains the highest concentration of caffeine compared to the other true teas. There is one large exception here: matcha green tea. Black teas contain an average of 37 milligrams of caffeine, while some matcha teas contain close to 130 milligrams.