Dublin Cream

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Cream, Strawberry
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by gmathis
Average preparation
Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 5 g 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Ooh! Thanks for this one, gmathis. Had just enough to make a little pot of it before bed. After a day of approximately 5 other pots of pure oolongs and blacks, this was a much-appreciated reprieve....” Read full tasting note
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  • “It could be the sheer delight of putting my feet up in the sunshine after a high-intensity adventure with kids (more on that in a minute), but my first sip of this novel tea made me go...” Read full tasting note

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Fancy yourself in Dublin, strolling along the Liffey or popping into the Temple Bar for a drink? A bracing black tea laced with rum flavoring, this tea flies the colors of the Irish flag with green strawberry leaf, white coconut, and orange safflower. Sláinte!

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Ooh! Thanks for this one, gmathis. Had just enough to make a little pot of it before bed.

After a day of approximately 5 other pots of pure oolongs and blacks, this was a much-appreciated reprieve. It’s a calm, unfussy black base with a heavy helping of rich strawberry and cream flavors. Doesn’t even taste artificial, and I appreciate that they didn’t try to make it sweet. This was an excellent one to sip on while starting a new book. Think I’ll be getting an ounce or two of it for when I want a flavored black—my usual Lady Londonberry is good, but sometimes the lemon mixed in with that strawberry can be a bit much!

Flavors: Cream, Strawberry

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 5 g 16 OZ / 473 ML
gmathis

That’s in my cup even as we speak! It’s on the re-stock list next time we’re there—shops starting to reopen in Branson this week.

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It could be the sheer delight of putting my feet up in the sunshine after a high-intensity adventure with kids (more on that in a minute), but my first sip of this novel tea made me go “ah-h-h-h-h!” with eye-rolling pleasure. Sweet strawberries and cream, even without adding milk. Separately, I’m not getting the rum or coconut, but together, this is sweet, creamy, fruity magic. Flavor holds up reasonably for a second steep as well. I’m putting this on my “next trip” list in a larger quantity.

End of tea review. Adventure time:

Eleven kids, four adults, five breakfast casseroles, one coffee cake, 35 dirty dishes, three boxes of plastic gloves entirely used because “these are getting slimy,” one dead battery on the church van and an accidental triggering of the burglar alarm at the homeless shelter. My little team was on sausage-browning patrol. Your heart would grow three sizes like the grinch watching these kids doing grown-up sized acts of service. Mine’s about to bust.

ashmanra

What a lovely day!

I would not have expected a tea called Dublin Cream to have fruity flavor. That sounds delicious!

gmathis

You know how much I love good strawberry cupppas!

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