The Irish are among the most prolific tea drinkers in the world, enjoying strong and robust teas daily. We salute them with our Irish Breakfast blend—a hearty machine processed CTC (Cut, Tear, Curl) from the premier tea garden in Burundi. Boldly spicy and aromatic, it carries considerable heft. Excellent with milk.
Outstanding, 28th Mar 2019
Reviewer: Matthew Werner
This is my all time favorite black tea. So full bodied with a biscuity smooth flavor. Solid with honey and milk.
O'Sullivan's Favorite!, 16th Aug 2017
Reviewer: Cynthia Troup
My son who lives in the Chicago area brought me to this tea store on one of my visits. I found this O'Sullivan's Favorite and I absolutely LOVE IT!! I enjoy a strong cup of tea each morning and this is just wonderful! It has a full body taste that just gets me going in the morning. Now I order it online. Enjoy!
Good for breakfast!, 8th May 2017
Reviewer: Stephanie Martin
Really good! I didn't think this was as strong as the English 5 o'clock, which mans that the flavor is a little smoother, though I thought it got buried a little bit when mixed with milk.
Every morning, 20th Oct 2014
Reviewer: Justin Henderson
Robust, warm, rich -- perfect start to every morning.
Great Black Tea, 4th Sep 2014
Reviewer: Kurt Jahrling
True full bodied tea that will contend with the coffee drinker part of you...
O'Sullivan's Favorite, 5th Aug 2014
Reviewer: Laurel Dreher
I thought I was an Earl Gray junkie for my morning fix, but I've just been converted to the Irish. O'Sullivan's is full bodied, smooth, deep taste. Consistent in flavor. My current favorite.
good start, 11th Apr 2014
Reviewer: George Crossland
Good strong tea to start the morning.
deep tea, 7th Mar 2014
Reviewer: Dale Emmart-Lieberman
O'Sullivan's Favorite black tea is no nonsense....a deep satisfaction tea anytime of day or night
O'Sullivan's Favorite, 19th Feb 2013
Reviewer: Jo Ann Crowley
Absolutely LOVE this tea. Bought it in New York and can't live without it now.
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O'Sullivan's Favorite, 2nd Jun 2012
Reviewer: Regina Alice Schroeder
More than a substitute for coffee. Nourishing, strengthening, and fortifying, This is why they rave about tea.