Irish Breakfast Tea


A rich, full-bodied tea for any time of day. A malty blend of Assam and Ceylon teas that goes excellently with milk and/or sugar, and tastes great straight up. Fair trade and organic certified. Each package contains 2 oz (makes 25-32 cups).

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Irish Breakfast Tea combines Assam and Ceylon teas for a bold, rich flavor, great for breakfast, or any time of day. Irish Breakfast Tea is often described as a bit stronger than English Breakfast Tea, so if you’re looking for that extra “kick,” Irish Breakfast Tea may be the choice for you. Though named a ‘breakfast’ tea, the tea can be enjoyed at any time of the day. It is commonly served with milk, but may also be enjoyed plain, or with sugar or lemon.

Invigorating Tea Bursting With Taste and Flavor

Our Irish Breakfast Tea is bold and rich. You’ll taste the malty notes from the Assam tea subtly seeping through the tangy taste of pure Ceylon. It is prepared in loose-leaf form, from the finest parts of the tea plant. During brewing, the leaves gradually unfold to release their deep flavor and nutrients.

Origin of Irish Breakfast Tea

Our Irish Breakfast Tea is sourced from family-grown gardens in Darjeeling and Assam, India.


  • Organic Assam black tea
  • Organic Ceylon black tea


It’s very easy to brew the tea, even if it’s your first time. Follow these steps to prepare your tasty and delicious organic Black Ceylon tea:

  • Heat fresh, filtered water just short of the boiling point (208° F / 98° C)
  • Add 1 teaspoon of tea to an infuser, per 8 oz. water
  • Pour the heated water into the mug
  • Steep for 3-5 minutes
  • Strain tea leaves, or take out the infuser
  • Sip and enjoy your organic tea!
  • Our Irish Breakfast tea can be steeped up to 3 times for additional enjoyment

Health Benefits Of Irish Breakfast Tea

It is a Natural Energy Drink

Irish breakfast tea contains more caffeine than ordinary tea, but unlike coffee, the tea is more slowly released, which provides a more steady stream of energy throughout the day. It is often taken in the morning, to maximize its energizing qualities.

Irish Breakfast Tea Can Contribute to Healthy Weight Loss

Irish breakfast tea contains flavonoids that help to boost metabolism. It also contains vitamin B1, which aids in the metabolism of carbohydrates. This causes an increased rate of fat and glycogen breakdown, leading to weight loss.

It is Good for Cardiovascular Health

Quercetin and catechins found in this tea have been found to contribute to the health of the heart and blood vessels. Quercetin is an anti-inflammatory agent which prevents injury to the heart. Quercetin and catechin reduce the blood level of bad cholesterols, thereby reducing the risk of heart diseases.

It Enhances Your Immune System

Irish breakfast tea has been found to boost the immune system. This contributes to preventing infections and illnesses caused by harmful microorganisms. This ability of black tea to improve immune function is thought to be due to antioxidants present in it.

It Could Improve Oral Health

Irish breakfast tea contains magnesium and fluoride. Both compounds are important for oral health as they prevent the formation of dental plaques. It also prevents cavities and other oral diseases.

It has Great Antioxidant Properties

Irish breakfast tea is rich in antioxidants. These antioxidants clear up free radicals in the body which are known to cause cancer and other diseases. Free radicals also cause premature aging. Antioxidants in the tea may help reduce signs of aging and keep skin looking youthful.

Irish Breakfast Tea Relieves Stress

Tea works on the autonomic nervous system to cause a calming effect. It relaxes the nerves, improves the mood, and relieves tension.

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