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Barry's Tea


Web: www.barrystea.ie
Last Updated: Feb. 6, 2018

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Barry's Tea is an Irish brand of tea, founded in 1901 by James J. Barry. For most of the company's history, they sold most of their tea, which mostly consisted of blends from India and Sri Lanka, from a shop on Prince’s Street in Cork. The company began to expand in locations, and also began creating new blends that included East African Teas, such as from Kenya and Rwanda. These new blends came to define the brand's character, and the company still focuses on similar blends, using teas from Assam, India, and East Africa.

Barry's is best-known for its black teas, although Barry's also sells green and flavored teas. The teas are available both in teabags and loose.

Although mostly a national brand in Ireland, Barry's teas can be purchased in other countries as well. In the U.S., they are available through http://www.barrystea.us/.

Most Often-Rated Teas

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Gold Blend

Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
42
5 Ratings
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Original Blend (Green Label)

Style:Irish Breakfast
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
45
3 Ratings
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Classic Blend Tea

Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
2 Ratings
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Decaf

Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
1 Rating
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Very Berry

Style:Fruit (Herbal) Tea
Region:?????
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Teabag
1 Rating

Top-Rated Teas

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Original Blend (Green Label)

Style:Irish Breakfast
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
45
3 Ratings
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Gold Blend

Style:Black Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Teabag
42
5 Ratings

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