Good Life: Tea for two, three and many different uses

We may be in the midst of a cafe culture renaissance, with coffee nerd-dom spreading rapidly in this country, but the humble cuppa still remains a pillar of Irish culture.

11th May, 2014
Tea boasts plenty of health-enriching elements. Picture: Getty

We may be in the midst of a cafe culture renaissance, with coffee nerd-dom spreading rapidly in this country, but the humble cuppa still remains a pillar of Irish culture.

As a coffee drinker myself, I may never understand the appeal of a milky mug of Barry's tea (perhaps one reason why I'm often still reminded that I'm a ''foreigner), but I certainly appreciate the benefits of tea as a beverage and beyond.

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