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A tonic and complex tea, very pleasant at the beginning of the day. It offers us a dark, malty and spicy infusion. The Irish habit is to taste it with a cloud of milk and sweetened. It is also possible to discover it during your evenings at the end of the meal with a touch of whiskey...Irish of course. A selection that will delight friends who love the green island and its generosity.Infusion time: 3 minutes to 3 minutes 45.Infusion temperature: 80°cDosage: 10g/litre
If you have already travelled to Ireland, tasting this tea will bring back memories. A typical breakfast, a beautiful day beginning, this is what Irish Breakfast Melody black tea promises you.
This tea is the reference for black tea lovers in the morning because of its lightness. However, our Irish friends also drink it in the evening after a meal. Always very epicurean, they drink it with a touch of local whisky... to discover.
You can drink it plain, it is excellent. But some like it with a splash of milk and a little sugar. It's up to you to find the best way to enjoy this Irish Breakfast Melody black tea.
Close your eyes and imagine yourself in the heart of the wonderful Irish countryside while listening to local songs. You're in for a real treat with this high quality black tea.
Irish Breakfast Black Tea sings its sweet melody in your cup. It reveals sweet and robust notes, even malty due to the presence of Assam tea grown in India. An invigorating tea to start the day.
Irish Breakfast Melody black tea is made from Assam tea. It is grown in India, in the state of Assam, which is located in the far east of India near Bhutan and Bangladesh.
Like all black teas, it is an oxidized tea. Also, the tea leaves undergo more processing steps than green tea.
To obtain an Irish Breakfast black tea, after harvesting the leaves are: - withered; - rolled; - oxidized; - roasted; - sorted.
Each of these stages must be scrupulously respected to obtain an exceptional tea. They reduce the moisture content of the leaves and develop their flavours for a hot drink that meets your requirements.
Black tea is naturally enjoyed with small biscuits, cakes or even chocolate cakes.
But we're not talking about just any black tea here. The Irish Breakfast is quite typical and people who have travelled to Ireland know that. So yes, of course, it is a perfect accompaniment to a sweet snack. But I suggest you enjoy it Irish style with a savoury breakfast.
So my Irish Breakfast Melody black tea pairs perfectly with a dish of Irish sausages, black pudding rings, eggs, red beans and bacon. You can also enjoy it with smoked salmon accompanied by brown bread, a traditional black cereal bread, or Guinness bread.
Made from Assam black tea, Irish Breakfast Melody tea is rich in antioxidants that can prevent the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease. Its richness in tannins makes it an ideal partner for your digestion.
Regular consumption of black tea can reduce the production of bad cholesterol.
Rich in catechins, it is also a slimming ally, it will accompany you ideally within the framework of a balanced diet.
It is also recognized virtues for the women since it slows down the progression of osteoporosis after the menopause.
Brewing temperature: 80° Brewing time: between 3 minutes and 3 minutes 45 Dosage: 10 g per litre of water Ideal moment for tasting: In the morning of course, but in the end, it is so good that it can be enjoyed at any time of the day for its taste and its virtues.
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