Our delicious breakfast blend is fast to brew with bold & smooth flavours and a rich coppery hue – everything you could hope for from a breakfast brew. It's a blend of two teas, the first from the Rutsiro Tea Garden in Rwanda. Rutsiro grows wholly organic tea. The tea garden provides a year-round income to more than 2000 Rutegroc cooperative members and their dependents. It also provides transport, healthcare and free childcare for workers and their families. Workers have access to healthcare and free childcare.
The second component for this wonderful tea comes from the Tonganagon Tea Garden in Assam, India. The tea garden had fallen into a state of disrepair but has been transformed by new owners Chamong and is now regarded as one of the world's finest organic tea gardens. Chamong provides a secure income for communities living on the estate and has built a hospital, schools and places of worship for the people living here. The tea used in Extract Breakfast is from Tonganagaon's 2nd flush crop. It is rich with golden tips has earned this tea the grade: Golden Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe 1 (GFBOP1), which is the highest available!
The Perfect Brew
- Weigh out 2.5-3g loose tea (or one teabag)
- Pour over 250ml hot water at 100 degrees
- Brew for one minute
How often should I order tea?
Here's a quick guide to help make sure you never run out of tea again
- Three cups per day - one pouch every month
- Two cups per day - one pouch every six weeks
- One cup per day - one pouch every three months
- Three cups a week - one pouch every six months
About Extract Tea
We searched far and wide for a range of whole-leaf teas made with the same passion, ethical values and artisan craftsmanship that we bring to coffee. In the end, we decided to make our own.
Extract Tea is ethically sourced from the world's finest tea gardens. Plucked and processed by hand, then skilfully blended and packed as loose leaf or biodegradable pyramid bags. Even better, every cup of Extract Tea supports our GroundsUp charity collective, helping community projects here in the UK.