Twinings of London Keurig K-Cups English Breakfast Tea - 12 CT
Twinings® of London English Breakfast Tea.
By appointment to her majesty queen Elizabeth.
Tea and coffee merchants R. Twining and Company Limited. London.
216 The Strand, London WC2, England.
Fine black tea expertly blended with Kenyan & Assam teas to deliver a traditional tea with a rich taste and satisfying aroma.
For use in Keurig® brewing systems.
English breakfast tea.
Originally blended to complement the traditional, hearty English breakfast, from which its name derives. Not just for breakfast - the rich taste and satisfying aroma makes Twinings English breakfast tea one of the most popular black teas to drink at any time.
Tea is a natural source of antioxidants.
Blended by R. Twining and Company Limited.
Packed in the U.S.A.
Twinings® of London and Keurig® make it possible for everyone to brew their own perfect cup of gourmet coffee, tea, or hot cocoa in less than a minute. The combination of Keurig's patented technology and the K-Cup® portion pack guarantees fresh, consistent, unequaled flavour time after time. Choose your favourite variety from our unparalleled assortment of K-Cups®.
Twinings offers 8 tea varieties in K-Cup® portion packs: Earl grey, decaffeinated earl grey, English breakfast, decaffeinated English breakfast, pure peppermint, pure camomile, pure green, and rooibos red.Black tea packed in K-Cup® portion packs.
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Traditional style black teas.
For over 300 years, Twinings has been sourcing and blending the finest, high-quality teas from around the globe to ensure that your tea has the perfect balance of tea taste, flavour and aroma. Twinings blends to perfection the finest black teas to give you a line of great-tasting teas with an enticing flavour, fresh taste and invigorating aroma.
The twinings story.
In 1706 Thomas Twining began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand, London. Today, Twinings still sells some of the world's best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world.