Irish Breakfast

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Black Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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From Tropical Tea Company

A very robust tea, with plenty of Kenya and Assam. This stronger tea makes a great start to the day. Each Tropical Tea Company order helps deliver clean drinking water to a child who lacks it.

Category: English Favourites
Variety: Black tea blend
Grade: BOP (Broken Orange Pekoe)
Cup Characteristics: A stout robust blend of February Kenya BP1 and 2nd flush Assam. Superb color and very full-bodied.
Infusion: Bright and Coppery
Pairing Suggestions: Rye toast and jam, carrot cake, baked ham sandwiches.
Country (ies) of Origin: India / Kenya
Grade(s): BOP (Broken Orange Pekoe) / BP1 (Broken Pekoe 1)
Manufacture Type(s): CTC (Cut Torn and Curled)
Ingredients: Black tea

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Too sad to enjoy this one this morning, thinking about lung transplants and depression :(

Azzrian

So sorry Tommy. :( Sending virtual hugs.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

Prayers would be great also :) we need them

TeaBrat

sorry to hear that – i’ll send some positive thoughts your way

ashmanra

Oh my! Is the lung transplant for you? Definitely praying for you! It is amazing what can be done now.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

it’s my hubby :(

ryan m

hey Tommy – sending prayers & good thoughts to you and your husband.

K S

prayers to your husband and for you.

KeenTeaThyme

happy thoughts and prayers are headed your way. I’ll be thinking about you guys. Best wishes.

Bonnie

Kick depression in the butt! Need good medicine, much love more prayer, firm Faith and keep toxic people away!

Thomas Edward(Toad)

thanks u all :)

Veronica

Bless your heart! I’m praying for you and your husband. (((hugs)))

ashmanra

Oh, Tommy, I am so sorry you both are having to go through this. God bless you. We will keep you in our prayers. And I agree – kick that depression in the patootie, though being a cancer survivor myself I know it isn’t always easy.

Scatterbrain

I’m so sorry. My thoughts are with you and your husband. Best wishes to both of you.

Invader Zim

Best wishes and prayers for you and your husband. I hope things look up soon for you two.

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It’s a dreary overcast day, and after sleeping most of it away, an Irish Breakfast was the only way I could imagine facing the remainder. I was raised with Twinning’s Irish Breakfast as 90% of what I knew tea was. As a result, Irish Breakfast blends do two things for me. First they’re a reminder of better days. Less confusing and infinitely more simple. Secondly, they provide a hearty strength I can’t always muster. They take a day like today and add a bit of volume to those silent grays.

While I can’t go on record to call this my hands down favorite Irish Breakfast, it’s exactly what I needed today.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Dylan Oxford

Heh, Missy had some of this earlier, and made it double Irish since she isn’t feeling well :)

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Not a bad Irish breakfast.

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