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Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea - Loose Leaf

Full bodied, wholesome taste with fruity notes.
Luxury Decaffeinated (Co2) Black Tea.
South India.
3-7 Mins 1/Cup 100°C
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Decaffieinated English Breakfast loose leaf tea is a Flowery Pekoe (FP) high-grown tea sourced from Travancore, South India. A high quality  tea is used as it retains its flavour better than others while undergoing the natural CO2 decaffeination process. With a balanced astringency and lovely floral notes, it truly makes a wonderful breakfast tea for those looking for less caffeine.


Luxury Black Tea
Travancore Region, South India. Grown: 4500 - 5500 ft above sea level
Orthodox Flowery Pekoe (FP)
Floral and light
Tends bright
Full bodied with fruity notes
Wholesome Tea
Full Bodied
Very Low

Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea: Your FAQ Guide

Discover everything you need to know about Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea with our FAQ guide. We've gathered the most frequently asked questions your customers might ask!

What is Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea?

Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea is a type of black tea with most caffeine content removed. It offers the same robust and full-bodied flavour as traditional English Breakfast Tea but with significantly less caffeine, making it a popular choice for those looking to reduce their caffeine intake.

How is Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea produced?

Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea is produced through a process called CO2 decaffeination. This method involves using pressurised carbon dioxide (CO2) to extract caffeine from the tea leaves. The CO2 decaffeination process is considered the most natural and effective way to remove caffeine while preserving the tea's flavour and health benefits.

What are the health benefits of Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea?

Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea offers many of the same health benefits as regular English Breakfast Tea, including:

  • Rich in antioxidants, which can help protect cells from damage
  • It may improve heart health by reducing cholesterol levels and blood pressure
  • Can support digestion and weight management
  • It may improve mental alertness and focus

How much caffeine is in Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea?

The amount of caffeine in Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea varies depending on the brand and specific decaffeination process used. Generally, it contains around 2–5 milligrams of caffeine per 250 ml cup, compared to 27–35 milligrams in a regular cup of English Breakfast Tea.

How should I brew Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea?

To brew Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea, follow these steps:

  • Heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil (around 212°F or 100°C).
  • Add one tea bag or one teaspoon of loose-leaf tea per 250 ml cup.
  • Pour the boiling water over the tea and steep for 3-7 minutes.
  • Remove the tea bag or strain the loose leaves.
  • Enjoy your tea plain or with milk, sugar, honey, or lemon.

Does Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea have the same taste as regular English Breakfast Tea?

Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea has a similar taste to regular English Breakfast Tea, but it very much depends on the brand and method of decaffeination. The CO2 decaffeination process preserves the tea's flavour, resulting in a robust and full-bodied taste that is comparable to its caffeinated counterpart.

Can I drink Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea in the evening?

Due to its low caffeine content, Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea is an excellent choice for evening consumption. Its reduced caffeine levels make it less likely to interfere with sleep compared to regular caffeinated tea.

Can I drink Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea if I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?

Due to its low caffeine content, Decaffeinated English Breakfast Tea is generally considered safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women. However, it's important to consult your healthcare provider before consuming any caffeinated beverages during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.