Decaf tea can sometimes be hard to find in Germany, but don’t worry, Dalriata has you covered!
Barry’s Decaf Blend is made using the same tea varieties as their much-loved Gold Blend. The mixture of tea leaves is then subject to a gentle decaffeination process which removes almost all the caffeine while leaving that famous Barry’s flavour intact.
If you’ve tried decaf tea before and found it disappointing, we recommend you give Barry’s Decaf Blend a try. Unlike many other decaffeinated teas, this one has a full and robust flavour that ensures a satisfying cuppa. In fact, we think that if you didn’t know it was decaf, you might not even guess!
Just like the signature Gold Blend, Barry’s Decaf is made with a blend of Rwandan, Kenyan and Assam teas. It’s full-flavoured, malty, and, well, it tastes like home. Going without caffeine doesn’t have to mean going without a good strong cup of tea.
If you’re making a pot of tea, Barry’s recommend using one bag of Decaf Blend per cup plus “one for the pot”. Of course, if you’re only making tea for yourself, just plop a teabag in your mug and you’re good to go. If you like your tea black you should find Barry’s Decaf to your liking, but if like most Irish people you prefer it with a drop of milk and maybe even some sugar, it also tastes great that way.
However you prefer to take it, Barry’s Decaf Blend tea is a first-class blend of tea that you can enjoy any time you want the taste without the caffeine.
What is the point of decaf tea?
The point of decaf tea is to provide all the health benefits of tea without the side effects of caffeine. Decaf tea is a great option for people who are sensitive to caffeine or want to limit their caffeine intake. It’s also a great choice for people who want to enjoy a cup of tea before bedtime without disrupting their sleep.
Decaf tea is made by removing most of the caffeine from the tea leaves. This can be done using a variety of methods, including using carbon dioxide, ethyl acetate, or water. The result is a tea that tastes almost the same as regular tea but without the caffeine content.
Is decaf tea full of chemicals?
Despite what some less-than-scientifically rigorous articles would have you believe, decaf tea is not full of chemicals. While the decaffeination process does involve the use of chemicals, most of these chemicals are removed during the process. The final product is a tea that is almost identical in taste to regular tea but without the caffeine content.
It’s important to note that not all decaf teas are created equal. Some brands may use more chemicals than others, so it’s important to choose a high-quality brand that uses a safe and effective decaffeination method. Like Barry’s!