Decaffeinated Irish Breakfast Tea


When things go wrong and will not come right,
Though you do the best you can,
When life looks black as the hour of night –
A cup of tea is your only man

What is it?

It’s Irish Breakfast Tea’s equally charming decaffeinated brother.

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Product description

Modesty aside, this Decaffeinated Irish Breakfast tea is as good as decafs come. Grown on Malawi’s world-renowned Naming’omba Estate, this tea undergoes decaffeination soon after the leaves are plucked and before being processed. The result is a rich malty flavour, a distinctive dark brown colour, and a very enticing scent – just the full-bodied brew you need to wash away a hearty Irish breakfast.



As you’d expect from an Irish Black, this decaf is a tad bitter, but only just. The classic taste is earthy but subtle, with hints of roses. The scent is reminiscent of falling trees and the texture is rich and deep. This tea is the personification of a grounded and well-rounded individual with an appreciation of tradition and a taste for black tea. Enjoy the distinctive flavour of this caffeine-free cuppa with any time of day, but ideally with an Irish Breakfast.


Caffeine Level

This decaffeinated black tea undergoes a natural process that removes the caffeine while retaining its flavonoids – that is, its flavour.



Decaffeinated black tea.  


Quality of Leaves

Pekoe Fannings (PF) tea leaves decaffeinated using the Lawrie Tea Processor (LTP) while they’re still green.  


Where Does It Come From?

It’s grown at 3,500ft. above sea level in Thyolo, Malawi.


Who is this tea for?

It’s a tea for those who like their brews just like they do their breakfasts: rich.


What Are the Health Benefits?

Drinking black tea regularly offers many health benefits, some of which we’d like to share with you if you’d kindly click here.

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60g, 80g, 125g, 250g, 500g


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