Monday, December 3, 2012

S.D. Bell Teas Receiving Rave Reviews

Belfast-made S.D. Bell teas, imported by Best International Tea, are receiving rave reviews from tea writers across the United States. With 125 years of tradition and craftsmanship, it’s no surprise that American tea drinkers are falling for S.D. Bell.
Since 1887, four generations of the Bell family have handcrafted Europe’s finest teas in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Unlike so many teas in today’s marketplace, ours are blended slowly and carefully in small batches and handpacked to ensure quality.
Here’s just some of what tea reviewers are saying about S.D. Bell Teas. Try some yourself and we think you’ll agree. Visit our website at and use the code 20OFF to take 20% off your first order!
S.D. Bell’s Natural Leaf (Irish Breakfast) Tea

It was love at first sip.  Bold. Brazen, even. Just the thing to provide that comfort I crave.
It was full flavored with a bright, clean finish. Notes of earthy cocoa and a subtle maltiness rounded out the flavor profile. –
Slightly malty but with a hint of citrus, it's a refreshing morning cup, or a bright afternoon lift. It has the robust flavor I look for in a breakfast tea. ­–
"A solid blend of Ceylon and Assam with a natural sweetness."  -

To describe S.D. Bell's English Breakfast as a "good cup" is a bit of an understatement. I am always happy to promote black teas that raise my favorite drink's reputation. ­
A flavorful cup of tea (malty with a slight citrus backnote from the Ceylon) that was still smooth but also had a bit of astringency and kick. Good stuff. In fact, I’ve come to find it quite addictive. –

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