Pure Black Tea
The English and the Irish have their blends - so we couldn't leave out the Scottish! This blend consists of Assam and Nigiliri from India, Keemun from China and Ceylon Orange Pekoe. Give it a wee splash of milk to highlight it's malty cask-oak character.
Malty full bodied character with hints of cask oak
Country of Origin
This has been my go-to breakfast tea for years. It's just right -- not as roasty as Irish breakfast, not as delicate as English breakfast, and it has a lively bright flavor that is all it's own. Perfect with a little milk. Before discovering WK I used to order Yorkshire Gold loose-leaf by the kilo, but this is MUCH better.
This one is a favorite in our house!
I love whistling kettle teas! It’s hard to find tea that doesn’t taste like hot water and this is the place to go! My favorite so far is German breakfast but the Scottish is great too, strong the way I like tea and holds up with a little milk and sugar . Delivery is fast as well! Thanks for such great teas
I was looking for an addition to my breakfast tea rotation. Recently, I was offered Scottish Breakfast tea, which I had not heard of before, at a nice restaurant. I enjoyed it very much and decided to order a small quantity to try at home. Before I had finished that small portion I ordered a pound from the Whistling Kettle. It's now a part of my morning routine on a regular basis.
This is simply the best breakfast tea I have ever had. I received this as part of the black tea sampler over a year ago and have been drinking it since. A strong, not bitter, slightly malty cup of deliciousness. I drink mine with a bit of whole milk - fantastic.