Irish Breakfast tea is a popular style of strong black breakfast tea. In Ireland, this style of tea is referred to as just “tea”, whereas in the U.S. and other countries, it is referred to as “Irish Breakfast”. This article gives an in-depth overview of this type of tea.
Ingredients: what is used to produce this blend?
Irish breakfast is usually, but not always a blend of black teas produced in different regions. Common types of teas used to produce the blend include Assam, produced in the Assam region of India, Ceylon, produced in Sri Lanka, and Kenyan black teas. Teas from other regions, including China, other countries, and other regions of India, can also be included.
Irish Breakfast is usually characterized by its high proportion of Assam, or teas with a similar character to Assam (such as those from Yunnan, China, or from Kenya). Some Irish-style breakfast teas even … Read More