Day 15 of our Tea Advent Calendar is the perfect way to start your Sunday. It's our famous Belfast Brew! AND it's International Tea Day! What better timing?

Belfast Brew SUKI

This Irish Breakfast Tea is a black tea and our Suki signature blend. An everyday cuppa!

We've blended the best quality whole leaf for a malty and full flavoured cup. If you have had a cup of Breakfast tea at a café in Northern Ireland that sells Suki, 9 times out of 10 it would be this one.

Tanzania and Assam are the source for this tea blend, here there are machines that roll the tea to turn it from a leaf shape to a twizzled smaller leaf that can then be dried. These machines were all made in Belfast in the 1950's by Sirocco works, a leading manufacturer of tea equipment. Engineered in Belfast, a strong, full of flavour brew.

How We Like It

Brew 1 teaspoon (2.5g) per 200ml water. Or 1 Suki scoop per stump teapot. Infuse in freshly boiled water (98°C) for 3-5 minutes.

It pairs very nicely with a fry (soda farls AND potato bread are essential!!). What a Sunday morning treat?!

Belfast Brew SUKI

If you enjoyed today's cuppa you can get a bag of Belfast Brew for £4.40. Belfast Brew pyramid tea bags are also available, as well as our resable and refilleable Belfast Brew Tea Caddy!

Belfast Brew SUKI

We are now including samples of our favourite advent calendar teas with all online orders. Order from our website for a little surprise with your parcel! If you're in need of some gift inspiration you can check out our Christmas Tea Gift Guide for some help.

Remember the little bag of tea inside each box may look like plastic but it's actually a material called Natureflex which can be disposed of in your home food waste bin or home composting. And don't forget to recycle your cardboard boxes! Did you know we have gone plastic free with our new packaging too? Read more here!

Let us know in the comments below how you enjoyed today's tea and tag us @sukitea or #sukitea on social media. We love seeing everyone's photos!

What tea do you hope to open in tomorrow's box? You can catch up on any days you might have missed here!