A wonderful black tea, named after the Assam region in India where it is grown at lowlands. Assam delivers a full body, with a trademark maltiness and a strong, bright colour.
This Indian classic is thin-bodied, light in colour and offers beautiful fruity and floral notes.
English Breakfast Tea
This famous black tea is a blend of Indian, Sri Lankan and Kenyan leaves typically drunk with milk and/or sugar. It is full-bodied, offering a delightfully robust flavour.
Not quite as bitey as its English relative, but arguably offers more depth and body. In Ireland, it is typically drunk with milk, but also goes down nicely black with a hint of lemon.
One of our most popular teas, this Indian spiced black tea that we blend at our premises from nine 100%-natural whole spices, and grind fresh in a big stone mortar and pestle for every batch.
Earl Grey Tea
Earl Grey employs the oil from the rind of the bergamot orange to give it its distinctive and beautiful fruity aroma. It’s taste is no different, delivering a fresh and fruity flavour.
Served in Chinese restaurants all over ther world, China Jasmine, like it’s name suggest uses Jasmine flowers to obtain its lovely Jasmine aroma and subtly sweet flavour.
A wonderfully clean and flavoursome version of a traditional Japanese Green Tea.
With it’s sweet aroma and rich flavour, this beautiful herbal teas will calm all your senses and relax you into serenity.
Commonly used in oriental cooking, Lemongrass is a fresh, delicious and distinctive tea. When brewed, it produces a brilliant green and on the tongue comes ginger, lemon and mint.
Peppermint tea is a delightful herbal tea. It’s high menthol content is responsible for its’ rich minty taste and smell. It leaves a cool aftertast and goes down smoothly.