Celtic Blend

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Malt, Stonefruits
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jeremy Meyers
Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “I spent yesterday afternoon organizing and cleaning out my tea cupboard. Amazing what motivation a little bit of grief can get you! My brother used to be into tea and is getting back into it, so I...” Read full tasting note
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Our Celtic Blend is classic Irish Breakfast black tea done one better. Its small, compact leaves produce an impressively big, bold flavor that’s great on its own or with milk and sugar. From one look at Celtic Blend’s deep umber leaves and copper-bronze buds, you will know that this is no ordinary Irish Breakfast. Before you brew, note the leaves’ floral, malty sweetness and spicy note of cracked black pepper. Savor the deep garnet brew’s aromas of malt, stonefruit and flowers, and prepare for the bold, tannic tastes it holds. As you sip the strong, spicy brew, note its subtle flavor of unripe plum. As the puckery, astringent aftertaste fades, catch a fleeting hint of cured tobacco. Pair Celtic Blend with bold breakfast or brunch foods, or enjoy it as a mid-morning energy boost.

A robust blend of Indian Blacks (Assam & Nilgiri) and a Chinese black to create this strong and flavorful classic.

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I spent yesterday afternoon organizing and cleaning out my tea cupboard. Amazing what motivation a little bit of grief can get you! My brother used to be into tea and is getting back into it, so I sent pretty much all oolongs and other straight teas I don’t love his way. I also have a ton of flavored teas I’ll be posting in the take it away thread. But in the process of my purge and cleanse, I found this tea hiding behind something else. There is only enough for a few mugfuls, but I was super happy to find it. There is a great rich maltiness to it that takes my cream and honey well. Next time I reorder Brioche, I’ll probably add a small bag of this to my order.

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Brilliant sun scattering the pouring rain here as I sit in a cafe soaking up their wifi and catching up on posting my scribbled tea notes from the past few days.

This is one punchy kick in the pants tea. The label tells me that it is a premium robust black blend of Indian (Assam and Nilgiri) and a Chinese black. It reminds me of a Damn Fine Teas concoction. Drinking this black and unsweetened, it is just on the verge of wanting an addition, but it is really really good on its own. Rich malty stone fruit. This is one that I’d like to keep around.

Flavors: Malt, Stonefruits

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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