We blend our Flowery Orange Pekoe Chinese Black Tea, Ceylon, and Assam Teas then finish it all with Pine Needles for a cup as unique as the great PNW. Did you know a cup of our Northwest Breakfast has more Vitamin C than a cup of Orange Juice? This comes from the Eastern White Pine Needles in the blend. Get all the Vitamin C without all the sugar!
Loose Leaf: 6 Ounce Bag (Approximately 100 servings) or 1 Pound(Approximately 250 Servings)
Tea Bags(sachets): 24 Count or 100 Count
Assam Black Tea, Ceylon Black Tea, Flowery Orange Pekoe Chinese Black Tea, Eastern White Pine Needles
Caffeine Content: 50 mg
1 teaspoon of tea per 8 ounces of water
Heat water to 200 degrees (do not burn leaves)
Steep tea for 5 minutes (longer will bring out bitterness)
WHY WE LOVE THIS TEA...
Just a smell of this blend and you can imagine you're sitting in a pine forrest.
My new favorite tea! People who know me say I'm a "tea snob," and I was at first skeptical about pine needles in tea. However, Northwest Breakfast won me over! It smells (and tastes) of trails on Tubbs Hill and Kamiak Butte. If you want to be taken to the woods of the Inland Northwest, this tea will transport you there in seconds!
This is one of the best teas I have tried. I let it steep for the recommended time and it is really good!
Good tea good flavor
I was a little concerned about the pine needles. I was so wrong and it was amazing.
Really good tea. I was hoping for a bit more piney flavor, but still it is a very good tea.
My family loves this one! They were in town for the holiday and I served this instead of an English breakfast. My parents liked it so much they stopped by the store on their way out of town!
Revival Tea, hot or iced, is the best! I wouldn’t consider any other brand!
Such a good flavor!
Okay, I was skeptical about this tea. The idea of pine in a black tea, I just wasn't sure if it would be "too much." But -like everything from Revival- you have to have faith because it's actually incredibly balanced and wonderful! I usually stick standard teas like Earl Grey, Chai, and the like, but I really wanted to try something unique and went for it and got this tea. My house is surrounded by Ponderosa pines and I love nothing more than savoring this excellent black tea with notes of pine and a hint of smokiness while out on my deck surrounded by my trees. It really is a Northwest breakfast. The pine is not overpowering or kitchy at all, but yet it's still present. If you're on the fence, give this a go because it's a great experience!