The 6 most popular Tea blends in the world

Tea is an aromatic, tasteful drink in the world after the water. We found this tea blends as a most consumed in the market.

Sri Lanka, China, India, Indonesia, and Kenia are the largest produces of the and most important tea growing countries. As a Tea lover, you must want to know about the World’s most famous types of tea blends, so we bring you 6 of the most popular Tea blends consumed in the world.

Tea is mixing and flavoring in large blending drums/machines, so we can mix the tea with perfumes, fruits, flowers, other plants, or essential oils.

English Breakfast Tea

English breakfast tea is the most popular black tea blend. It gives a very strong taste in the cup. It’s a perfect blend and works well with milk and sugar.

Further, this typical blend is making from the premium quality tea leaves sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Assam (India), and Kenya.

There are many stories concerning English breakfast tea origins. However, the actual name of “English breakfast” came from the American colonies. This happened when a British immigrant, named Richard Davies, started to sell and popularize the blend under the name.

Irish Breakfast Tea

Irish Breakfast tea is also another blend of several strong black teas, started from Assam (India) teas. this tea is mostly served with milk in the morning and gives a robust, malty flavor and reddish color.

This tea is stronger than English breakfast tea and drinks in the evenings due to its sweetness and smooth texture. many Irish tea drinkers consuming the Irish Breakfast tea four or six cups per day!

Irish Breakfast Tea blend was born in the Second World Wartime. During the war, Ireland took a neutral stand and refused to collaborate in any way with the English Teas. This actually cut off their tea supplies because all the tea Irish drank came from England. As a result Ireland soon began to import its own tea and started creating its own flavors and blends different from the classical English tea recipes.

Our Acril Irish Breakfast tea is available in both tea bags and as loose tea form and has a deep, strong, dark flavor that promotes freshness and energy.

English Afternoon Tea

English Afternoon Tea
English Afternoon Tea

This tea blend is a bright medium strength, delightful, and really unique refreshing. this blend traditionally contains Ceylon (Sri Lanka) black tea, Assam (India) black teas, and Kenyan black teas. English Afternoon tea is also serving with or without milk or lemon.

Afternoon tea was introduced in England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, in the year 1840. The Duchess would become hungry around four o’clock in the afternoon. The evening meal in her household was served fashionably late at eight o’clock, thus leaving a long period of time between lunch and dinner.

Enjoy our English Afternoon Tea, It is the perfect blend aromatic and flavorful for evening cup.

Earl Grey Tea

Natural Earl Grey
Natural Earl Grey

Earl Grey Tea is a highly distinctive black tea and it is flavoring with oil from the rind of bergamot orange, a fruit is mostly grown in Italy and France. Variations on the traditional blend include Lady Grey (a blend of Earl Grey with blue cornflower blossoms and orange peel), Russian Earl Grey tea (Earl Grey with Lemongrass) and Red Earl Grey (rooibos and bergamot), French Earl Grey (Earl Grey with Rose and marigold blossoms), Cream Earl Grey (Earl Grey with Vanilla).

Masala Chai Tea


Chai tea is a perfect combination of black tea with some spices. the spices are Ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, Black pepper, and fennel. The traditional way of making Chai Tea is boiling a combination of water with loose black tea leaves, milk, and whole spices.

We suggest you try our premium quality Masala Chat tea with sugar or sweetness.

Hong Kong Milk Tea

Hong Kong-style milk tea originated from England’s colonial rule over Hong Kong. The tea is usually a mix of several kinds of black tea. its much stronger blend of tea mix with full-cream milk for extra smoothness and aroma.

Milk tea is a very popular part of Hong Kongers’ daily lives, typically serving as part of afternoon tea, but also at breakfast or dinner.

So, you have them now!, try all above popular teas from Acril Tea 🙂