Suki to open first tea academy as it invests €300,000

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10th August, 2014

Ireland will get its first tea academy, as Belfast's Suki Teahouse prepares to ramp up sales in the south with plans to invest €300,000 in the business.

Suki's founders, managing director Oscar Woolley and his business partner Anne Irwin, are aiming to increase business in the Republic, Britain and other markets.

A speciality blender of teas and herbal infusions with 45 products, Suki already sells to other European countries as well as Japan and Africa.

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