Rise and
shine!

Our take on breakfast teas

From traditional to unconventional,
we break down the best teas to start your day

Breakfast table with jam jar, blueberry scones, 28 oz white ceramic teapot, 16 oz clear glass mug filled with tea. Breakfast table with jam jar, blueberry scones, 28 oz white ceramic teapot, 16 oz clear glass mug filled with tea.

Guide to Breakfast Teas

Ask the person next to you on the subway what they had for breakfast, and the answer could be zilch. As grownups, we often have little time for the most important meal of the day. Skipping our daily bread, instead, we idolize the ritual of the weekend brunch (the reservations, the specials, the bottomless mimosas!). This guide to breakfast teas – the traditional and the unconventional – is about to change all that.

Whether you're pressed for time or have all the time in the world, tea is a wonderful way to start your day –and with so many breakfast teas to choose from, you'll rarely get bored.

Breakfast of
champions

On those rare mornings where you have the time to prepare something different, may we suggest a sweet and easy treat? French toast is less fussy than pancakes or crepes but is just as satisfying and can be as elaborate or simple as you like. The best part? It only takes 5 minutes to prepare and there’s no cooking required.

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SHOP ALL BREAKFAST TEAS
3 Glass cups filled with a various teas, surrounded by green grapes & orange slices on a white tray, blueberries on a plate 3 Glass cups filled with a various teas, surrounded by green grapes & orange slices on a white tray, blueberries on a plate