TAZO AWAKE ENGLISH BREAKFAST K-CUP PODS

Tazo Tea Awake English Breakfast Tea K-CUP PODS, Delicious and easy tea. See the latest tea reviews, comments, videos & steeping instructions in March 2020.

  • CAFFEINE LEVEL: HIGH
Tazo Awake English Breakfast K-CUP PODS

TEA DESCRIPTION:

Tazo Awake English Breakfast Tea K-CUP PODS are a black tea blend the Queen would love if she could get her Royal Palace to buy her some.  Fortunately for you, all it takes is a simple click or tap of the button to get it delivered straight to your door. These easy to use K-CUP PODS make your tea so fast and delicious you’ll feel like royalty.

TEA INFORMATION

This is a blend of black tea, suitable for any time of day, but it is especially enjoyed in the morning.  The tea has a full bodied flavor and has a high caffeine level so it can give you an extra ‘kick’ to start your day.  Traditionally, breakfast teas are considered to originate from Britain and are known for their high levels of caffeine. The name ‘Breakfast Tea’ was not formally used before 1892, when the first blend of tea and name was created in New York by British immigrants. The Keurig K-Cup coffee and tea makers are so easy and convenient to use, you may never buy tea bags again.

HOW MUCH CAFFEINE IS IN TAZO AWAKE ENGLISH BREAKFAST K-CUP PODS?

One K-CUP POD has approximately 59 mg of caffeine in a standard 8 ounce/227 ml cup of tea. If the tea that is steeped for longer periods of time will contain slightly higher amounts of caffeine but this tea has the same amount of caffeine regardless of the duration of steeping after the first 3 minutes and there’s no difference if it’s steeping as a tea bag or if it’s brewed using the Keurig machine.

HOW DO YOU BREW THE BEST TAZO K-CUP PODS?

According to the Tazo Tea website, the best method to follow when brewing any of the Tazo Tea flavors is follow the instructions from the Keurig manual for the best results.  Always be sure to use filtered water when brewing in a machine as the water quality can significantly effect the flavor of tea.

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