Lucky Irish Breakfast Tea Bags

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$11.50 - Tin - 50 Tea Bags #40029
$47.00 - Bulk - 250 Tea Bags #30529
$10.75 - Refill - 50 Tea Bags #41029

Deep, Dark, Delightful. A traditional blend of Assam (India) and high-grown Ceylon (Sri Lanka) leaves. This hearty brew has a malty character, brisk finish and a rich color. Sure to lift the fog of a cloudy mind. Enjoy with a splash of milk for a cup that satisfies well beyond breakfast.

Caffeine

Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.

Ingredients

Fine Assam and Ceylon black tea leaves

Calories

0

Country of Origin

Assam, Ceylon

Citizen Reviews
  • 5 Star

Lucky I found it

5 Stars Lucky I found it

from IL on wrote:

Excellent tea. Expensive but we'll worth it.

strong breakfast tea

4 Stars strong breakfast tea

from OH on wrote:

This really does wake you up in the morning with a good aroma to go with the flavor of the blend. Black tea has the caffeine which I really crave as the light fades in the seasonal shift to chilly mornings.

Love Irish Tea

5 Stars Love Irish Tea

from CT on wrote:

Have been buying/drinking Irish tea for several years. Very smooth. Love it. And the staff at Republic of Tea very helpful.

Strong but smooth

5 Stars Strong but smooth

from MD on wrote:

I loved Irish tea when I visited Ireland and I’ve tried many brands since my trip. This is the best one by far. Nice and strong but smooth. I drink this plain most days but have added a splash of creamer too. It’s really great on a cold grey day as a warm morning boost.

Delicious

5 Stars Delicious

from IN on wrote:

I had been drinking and loving the British Breakfast tea till I tried the Irish tea. I have no dislikes only really likes about this Irish tea. While British tea is excellent, the Irish tea is now my favorite morning tea.