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Bewley's Irish Breakfast Tea 250g

Brand : Bewley's / Country : Ireland / Reference: : 12055

Strong, invigorating and refreshing black tea blend from Bewley's, the first company to import tea directly into Ireland. This blend of black teas from the Assam Valley and Darjeeling is best enjoyed in the morning.

This loose tea bag is re-sealable to keep the aroma and freshness of the tea.

Harry Clarke drew stained glass in Bewley's Grafton Street in Dublin. An original feature since the opening of the cafe doors in 1927, which is reproduced on Bewley's branded packages.

5,88 €

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Features

Net Weight0.25 kg
BrandBewley's
CountryIreland
Inside PackagingLoose
Reference:12055


Bewley’s is a name that definitely rings a bell… Known in Ireland as in the whole world, Bewley's has been offering subtle blends of teas and coffees most enjoyed by the discerning palate.


In 1835, Samuel Bewley and his son first imported tea from China to Ireland.  At the time, Ireland is new market as tea is a yet unknown beverage in the country. But this is why Bewley’s met tremendous success and is now known to all in Ireland.


The Bewley's Limited Company is established in 1840 in Dublin. Since then, the company has been passionate about offering a wide range of blends of teas and coffees, and has major roasting facilities of in Ireland. More than 4000 hotels, restaurants and cafes serve Bewley's products every day in Ireland. One coffee from two served on the Green Island is a Bewley's.


Bewley's coffees come from the most renowned plantations in the world: Panama, Bolivia, Ethiopia... all roasted in Dublin! Bewley’s offers 100% Arabica medium roast coffees to intense coffees. Enjoy the various flavours in a cup of richly tasty, balanced and subtle Bewley’s coffee.

 Black tea.

Method of preparation: boil fresh water, heat the teapot and put a teaspoonful of tea per cup. Pour the water and let steep for 5 minutes. Stir, serve and enjoy!

Store in a cool, dry place.

To consume preferably before: see date on the packaging.