Origin: House Blend
Flavor: burly, malty, brisk
A classic Irish Breakfast: hearty and malty with a full body designed to stand up to breakfast. Despite its strength, the coppery-red cup has a surprisingly brisk, clean finish so you can appreciate this tea with or without milk and sugar.
Historically, "English" breakfast teas were predominantly made from Chinese teas which were more expensive than Indian teas. In contrast, "Irish" breakfast teas leaned more toward the malty, inexpensive teas that came out of colonial India.
INGREDIENTS: organic black teas
CAFFEINE: High. Black teas typically range from 40-80 mg of caffeine per cup. For comparison, coffee ranges from 80-120 mg per cup.