Today we're talking about our Irish Breakfast tea. There's a lot of different breakfast teas whether it's an English, an Irish or even a Scottish breakfast tea. But what makes them different? Well as you'll see in another video, we really blend our English to be taken with milk and sugar it's more of a sweet tea on its own. But our Irish Breakfast is very bold. We call it a kick in the face. We take three different Assam teas and blend them together to make a multi-strong cup.To make it first we will take one teaspoon of our Irish Breakfast tea per eight ounces of water. If you're using a tea bag that will suffice as well. Next we'll pour 200 degree water, or water to a boil, over our tea leaves. Then we'll set a timer for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes we will pour this over our hand mesh strainer (if you're using a tea bag or tea ball now would be the time to remove them). Taking a sip we find that it is very bold. We put three different Assams in there. It will hit you right away, if you're looking for a bit of a caffeine rush it'll give you quite a bit in a very short amount of time. Our Irish Breakfast tea is available in loose leaf and tea bags here.