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 become my go to favorite morning brew. It is very smooth and holds up well with a splash of milk with no sugar. A full creamy rich taste. I have come to prefer this over the Twinings English Loose Leaf that I used to drink daily. Great taste and a great way to start the day!
This was so delicious that I am sad I bought the smallest size available. Will be ordering more soon!!
A delicious tea that is very strong and goes well with just a little bit of milk.
My wife and I learned of the pleasures of drinking Scottish Breakfast tea while, some years ago, visiting Scotland and living in a Landmark Trust property. The tea became our "go to" tea in the mornings; mine black and my wife's with a touch of milk. When we returned, we searched many tea suppliers in an attempt to find a Scottish Breakfast tea to replace the tea we had in Scotland. Luckily, The Whistling Kettle had just what we wanted: A full-bodied, flavorful tea to bring back our memories of Scotland. Nearly every order we make to TWK has to contain Scottish Breakfast, as we drink it regularly. If you are looking for a true Scottish Breakfast tea which is never harsh or bitter, even when brewed "strong", but which will bring back memories of Scotland or inspire you to consider traveling there, you will find it at TWK.
This tea is very earthy and very strong.