Size: 8.8 ounces
Then in 1893, Joshua's son Ernest introduced coffee to the Irish public. From his premises in central Dublin, he demonstrated the art of coffee making, whilst his wife prepared freshly baked scones. The rest is history. By 1927 Bewley's had grown to include cafes, shops, bakeries, and a handmade chocolate factory.
Bewley's cafes became the place to meet, relax, enjoy good food, think, and write. Indeed, some of Ireland's most famous literary sons have succumbed to the lure of Bewley's legendary cafes. Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh, and James Joyce among others have all enjoyed the hospitality that is Bewley's.
Dublin Morning Tea: With a captivating image of Dublin and the Ha'Penny Bridge on the box, this is an invigorating blend of African teas which will ease you into your day.
Contains 80 tea bags.