Jammie Hearts Tea – Dessert Breakfast Blend

Jammie Hearts black tea blend

A good breakfast tea blend is not only about the perfect strength. It should go well with , have a full-bodied flavour, and a delicious taste too. Add a perfect balance of strawberries, raspberries and vanilla to the right and you will be welcomed with a delicious morning with a soul. But Jammie Hearts black tea not only great for breakfasts, it's a tea time in a tea blend perfect for Valentine's Day afternoon tea.

What is Jammie Hearts tea?

Jammie Hearts tea is a very simple black tea blend from with lots of personality. This blend is inspired by Jammie Dodgers, buttery biscuits with a sweet strawberry jam filling.

Although not described as a breakfast blend, this tea is more than perfect for an early morning cuppa or an early afternoon teatime. It contains freeze-dried raspberries and strawberries and a touch of vanilla, on a simple, full-bodied, slightly malty and brisk black tea base.

Jammie Hearts loose tea
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It's lighter than a typical dessert tea, but more fun than a regular breakfast blend. This tea blend smells sweet and deep, with light vanilla shortbread notes and fruity undertones.

What does it taste like?

To make a perfect cup of flavoured black tea, use 1-2 teaspoons of tea leaves per cup of water and steep in freshly boiled water for 3 to 5 minutes. Black tea may become bitter if you over-steep it, so keep the steeping time up to 5 minutes.

Flavoured black tea with strawberry, raspberry and vanilla
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Jammie Hearts smells deep, sweet and buttery, with an irresistible strawberry jam aroma. Lightly flavoured but full-bodied, this tea is a perfect alternative to regular black blends. It has a very light astringency that leaves a long and sweet aftertaste. It goes really well with milk or a coffee creamer, and it's delicious with or without a sweetener.

If you prefer more natural blends with less intensity but more flavours than pure teas, Jammie Hearsts is a wonderful choice. It's not a strawberry flavoured tea, and it's not a raspberry flavoured tea either. Instead, the focus in this blend is still on black tea, rather than additional flavours, so it would go really well with teatime cakes and biscuits too, or as a base for making a simple tea milkshake or sugar syrup.

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Jammie Hearts black tea
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Tea Recap

Water or milk? Water or milk.

Day or night? Day or afternoon.

Hot or iced? Hot, iced or milkshake.

Sweetened or pure? Pure, with regular white sugar or strawberry jam.

Caffeine? Yes

What's the price? Starting from 2.50 GBP.

Where to buy? Get Jammie Hearts from Birdhouse Tea Co website.

 

 
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