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Irish Tea

$8.48

The Irish are well known for their love of strong tea which sometimes may contain a dose of local whiskey!

Strength : Strong
Time Of Day : Morning
Ailment : Lethargy and Fatigue
Country : Sri Lanka
Weight : 125 g
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Product Description

The Irish are well known for their love of strong tea which sometimes may contain a dose of local whiskey! Our Irish tea is a strong tea with a dark brown infusion with a highly spicy and malty character.

Taste: Robust and malty with a spicy brisk finish

Aroma: A complex array of dark prunes combined with malty and spicy notes

Infusion: Deep and dark in the cup which does well with milk and sugar

Originates from Sri Lanka

Sri-Lanka

Loose leaf tea:

We would recommend putting one teaspoon of tea per cup into an infuser or filter and then add freshly boiled water. For a pot of tea, always add one teaspoon of tea for the pot and one teaspoon for each person. The length of brewing time can vary according to an individual’s taste but we would recommend the following:

Brewing Temperature: 100°C

Brewing Time: 3 minutes

These are our various handmade packaging options:

Artisan Loose Leaf Bag:

A clear or black bag, hand finished with a lovely bow and full of our delicious loose leaf tea.

Caddy:

A beautiful, traditional tea caddy with a built-in air expeller to ensure freshness of the loose leaf teas. It is not only a delightful storage tin, but also works as a great gift idea.

Tea Box:

A graceful and affordable box of tea that can also be a lovey present. The loose leaf tea comes in a heat-sealed clear bag to maintain freshness.

Tea Pouch Box:

This pretty box has 15 artisan tea pouches, which combine the convenience of tea bags with the full flavour of our gorgeous loose leaf teas. The pouches are made from bio-degradable materials and come in a heat-sealed clear bag to maintain freshness.

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