Barry’s Tea Gold Blend

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From Barry's Tea

Ireland’s finest since 1901
Barry’s Tea
Gold Blend
Rich, refreshing taste with golden color

The Barry’s Tea family business has been blending Ireland’s finest tea since 1901. The Irish palate for tea is unrivaled. The Irish are the world’s most discerning tea drinkers with the highest per capita consumption.

Gold Blend is the finest quality tea from the mountain slopes of Kenya, Rwanda and the Assam Valley of India. It has a uniquely refreshing flavour and bright golden colour.

Barry’s Gold Blend tea, Ireland’s favorite tea, Ireland’s social tea for anytime.

To make the perfect cup of tea:
Hot Tea
Use one tea bag per cup, alternatively, use a warmed teapot to make two cups. Pour on freshly boiled water, stir immediately. Brew for 3-5 minutes depending on how strong you like your tea.

Iced Tea
Add 3 to 4 tea bags to one pint of boiling water. Brew for 7-10 minutes, remove tea bags. Allow to cool and serve with ice.

Tea and Health
Tea is a natural source of antioxidants, also found in fruit and vegetables, which form an important part of a healthy diet.

Tea & Caffeine
A cup of tea has less than half the caffeine of a cup of coffee.

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I discovered this high quality tea by accident. I think that was good. But now I literally can’t live without it (and Barry’s Irish Breakfast). Well, at least I wrote and recorded over 800 songs total after consuming a cup or two over a number of years. Without the tea there would be no songs. If you want to listen to some of them click here:

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We awoke to friendly thunder and much-needed rain, but the early-awake required me to set aside the fluffy-sweetums-foofoo tea I had intended to sample this morning. Heavy stuff required. This does well. Good, hearty, dark, solid rye-bread Assam-iness to fortify myself for an Easter morning with 10 and 11-year-olds.

Since the morning will be joyful-noisy, I’m taking a few moments to quietly ponder. I pondered these beautiful borrowed words from a gifted writing friend I worked with years ago. Thought you might like them, too:

Wonder is forever upon us.
May we live with an eye toward that wonder.
May we refuse to be cynical about life or people.
Instead, today, may we experience the newness of everything as if it were our first day.
From today forward may we walk, sing, eat, work, play and write as if it were our first chance to get to do any of them.
And may we do everything with deep gratitude, expectation and dumbfounded surprise.
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Evol Ving Ness

Thank you, gmathis. Beautiful. Happy Easter to you.




I enjoy some Barry’s Gold occasionally as well as Classic Blend. Both very strong and good for days you crave it. Also really like that saying. It made me smile and is wise advice for anyone.

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I didn’t care for this tea at first, but I’m starting to like it more as I drink more and more black teas. I can taste the Assam in this, but I’d prefer it to be more dominant. It’s strong and malty, but doesn’t quite have the bite of an Irish Breakfast. This one will probably grow on me, but I think I’ll prefer their Irish Breakfast; apparently that one is milder, not exactly what I want, but I’ll buy some to compare.

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I like Barry’s tea my mum let my try it and i liked it and i still do

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Kathy Dillon

I’ve tried all kinds of tea over the last thirty years and this one is my favorite, hands down. I’m sipping a mug right now and it feels like walking into a hug. Most Americans do not take milk in their tea and I am no exception! Half a teaspoon of sugar to cut the strong flavor just a little and this is perfect. My favorite tea for life now.

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