Eilles leaves tea lovers spoiled for choice

by Ian Begley

TEA lovers will be excited to know that the JJ Darboven Coffee House in Dun Laoghaire has opened the Eilles Tea Emporium, which will leave customers spoiled for choice with the many brands of tea on offer.

The emporium allows visitors to browse many premium tea varieties, which are available to buy and take home. Discuss your tea requirements and tastes with the dedicated Eilles consultant and find a tea that is just right for you.
There is also Eilles “tea to go”, where you can choose from eight different varieties of loose teas, to sip on the go.
The tea emporium, offers 39 tea varieties to choose from, including black tea, green tea, flavoured black teas, flavoured green teas, fruit teas and herbal teas.
Get a different take on Ceylon taste with the Eilles Ceylon Orange Pekoe – a highland tea from Sri Lanka, with a fresh and slightly sour flavour.
Or for green tea fans, try the fragrant China Fortune, with lotus – a green tea from handbound leaf tips with a red lotus bud, a unique rarity. Or for a refreshing summer drink, try Eilles Summer Berry – a rich fruity tea that can be served hot or cold.
Eilles tea is sourced from regions in China, Japan, India and Africa, which are all known for their tea traditions and quality. In 1873, Josephy Eilles opened his first specialist establishment for the finest coffees, teas, wines and confectionary in Munich.
Find Eilles in the JJ Darboven Coffee House at 64 Lower George’s Street, from 8.30am to 5.30pm from Monday to Friday, and from 8.30am to 6pm on Saturday.

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