Our Decaffeinated Irish Breakfast tea is probably one of the finest decaffeinated teas available due to it's unique processing methods. From Naming'omba in Malawi, the tea is decaffeinated before processing when the leaf is still green and fresh (as opposed to the tea being processed completely, then stripped of its caffeine). The resulting Tea is a perfect malty tea with a full bodied flavour which makes it the perfect accompaniment to a good hearty breakfast!

About This Tea:    
     
Leaves: Pekoe Fannings (PF) Lawrie Tea Processor (LTP) Decaffeinated at green leaf stage.
Aroma: Pekoe Fannings (PF) Lawrie Tea Processor (LTP) Decaffeinated at green leaf stage.
Colour: Bright
Taste: Deep malty flavour with some rosy notes
Well Being: Refreshed, Different, Contented
Caffeine Content: Decaffeinated
Origin: Thyolo - Malawi. Grown: 3500ft above sea level
Ingredients: Luxury Decaffeinated Black Tea

Directions:

Hot Tea: Add 1 heaped teaspoon of loose tea for each 250ml of water into a teapot and pour freshly boiled water over the tea. Steep in the hot water for approximate 3-7 minutes depending on the strength required. Add milk and sugar to taste if required. (Why not try one of our 0/low calorie natural sweeteners such as Stevia as a replacement for sugar).

Iced Tea: To make 1 litre of Iced Tea simply add 6 heaped teaspoons of loose tea into a teapot and pour 1 - 1 1/4 cups of boiling water over the loose tea. Steep the tea for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, Fill 1/4 of a pitcher with cold water and then slowly add the infused tea (taking care to strain the leaves) Finally, add some ice cubes and top up with cold water, garnish with a sprig of mint and a slice of lemon and sweeten to taste.

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Decaffeinated Irish Breakfast Tea

  • Brand: RevitaliTea
  • Product Code: 5055677804784
  • Reward Points: 9
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £4.49

  • Ex Tax: £4.49
  • Price in reward points: 499

Tags: Decaffeinated Tea, Irish Breakfast Tea, Tea, Herbal Tea, Assam Tea, Black Tea, Iced Tea