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Irish Breakfast Tea
Irish Breakfast tea is a blend of teas traditionally favored by the Irish for its pungent, brisk and malty amber brew. It is a blend of several black teas, usually predominantly Assam black teas. Its dark, potent character is sometimes compared to Irish stout beer. The Irish take this tea (they just call it tea, not Irish tea!) with milk, but it's also great with just a slice of lemon. Enjoy it throughout the day and evening!
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kristin, Parker, CO February 21, 2012
“LOVE IT! I didn't know where to get hibiscus flowers... they're not common in Colorado, but I got hooked on them when visiting Mexico last September. Nuts.com came up on my google search, and I couldn't be happier. I got my bag of hibiscus yesterday and immediately made myself a glass. They were sooo tasty and fresh! I will definitely order through you guys again!
Ps- Can't wait to try the Irish breakfast tea that I got as well. It's my FAVORITE!”
Jennifer C Andersen, San Leandro, CA January 6, 2010
“I loved the Irish Breakfast and Earl Grey teas I recently received from you. Loose teas are almost impossible to find anymore, and good Irish Breakfast Tea is especially hard to find. I was sure the Irish were hording it all, but somehow you have gotten hold of their source! Delicious! ”
Pat, MD May 3, 2012
“Thanks, I needed that. The Irish tea really hit the spot after a day of dragging sacks of compost to the garden and planting my summer veg. Drank a nice hot cuppa with a slice of buttered sourdough pumpernickel bread made with the pumpernickel meal I bought from you last year. And for a bissel zeeses, a nonpareil, something I haven't eaten in years, which also arrived today in perfect condition even though it's warm out. Oh yeah, thanks for the cashews too!”
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months. We do not recommend refrigeration or freezing.