- Beverage_Type – Tea
- Flavor – Breakfast Blend
- Packing_Type – Box
- Capacity_Weight – 1.4 oz
An Excellent Way To Begin the Morning
Superb Black Tea Blend (Caffeinated)
Numi Tea’s Morning Rise Breakfast Blend Black Tea is a premium Numi tea, both certified organic and kosher. The ingredients are fair trade certified organic Keemun black tea, fair trade certified organic Darjeeling black tea, fair trade certified organic Ceylon black tea, anfair trade certified organic Assam black tea. A powerful black tea blend indeed! There is nothing artificial in this or in any Numi tea.
On the box, the manufacturer writes: “Numi perfects the classic breakfast tea with this organic black tea blend, Morning Rise. Four of the most extraordinary black teas compose this hearty, complex, and exciting morning cup. Ceylon, gardened in the small and exotic country of Sri Lanka, bestows its strong yet smooth profile, while Indian grown Assam imparts a malty and robust depth. Keemun, from China, offers deep burgundy notes that complement the natural floral finish and fruity Muscatel of Darjeeling, cultivated on the mountain peaks of India. This rich, bold black tea blend has an unrivaled smoothness and a magnificent aroma resembling dawn’s early warmth. Let the morning greet you through the radiant daybreak of Numi’s superior Breakfast Blend.”
It tastes strong and and is perfect for people who want a black tea that is not flowery or herbal-y but tasty, complex, and superb high-quality in the morning.
If you like Numi teas, get it—you won’t be sorry. If you are new to Numi but love black tea, this will probably be the best you’ve ever had.
A smooth, subtle blend.
Numi gets points for their manufacturing process and packaging. The boxes containing their tea is made from 100% recycled paperboard from 100% post-consumer waste–they assert that by using such packaging materials they save 2,040 trees, reduce landfill by 131,200, and prevent 184,000 greenhouse emissions. Numi uses only 100% natural ingredients without added oils or “natural flavorings”.