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8 places to enjoy a fancy cuppa cha in Dublin

Today is the day to do it.

IT’S INTERNATIONAL TEA day and it’s absolutely miserable outside. What better time than to get some fancy tea in Dublin?


1. Wall and Keogh, Richmond Street

If you like tea and haven’t been to Wall and Keogh, well, we don’t know what to do with you. They have a SERIOUS selection of tea, in fact, some might say too much. You can enjoy a cuppa with one of their sandwiches and cakes, or take home a bag to enjoy at your leisure.

o Source: Yelp

2 The Joy of Cha, Temple Bar

This comfy spot in Temple Bar is usually the place to bring your tourist mates for something other than a Guinness, but their selection of tea is quality. They make amazing teas such as a strawberry and cream flavour, pear and cinnamon, and a pina colada blend to die for.

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3. Oolong Flower Power, Stephen’s Street Lower

Walk by this place, and you’ll be drawn in with the smell. Their teas are so unusual and fragrant it’s unclear whether we want to drink it or use it as pot pourri. The staff are super helpful so this is a good place to start if you haven’t a notion about what tea you want.

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4. The Tea Garden, Ormond Quay Lower

This mysterious tea room and shisha bar is down a winded stairs. It’s worth the leap of faith though, as it’s literally a garden with a seriously zen atmosphere. Fancy sipping your darjeeling singbulli infusion on the floor? Sure go ahead!

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5. Clement and Pekoe, South William Street

Clement and Pekoe constantly find themselves on best coffee lists, but they also do a savage cup of tea. This is the best option for a quick cup on the way to work, maybe with a cookie thrown in on the side.

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6. House of Tea, Blackrock

This shop on Main Street in Blackrock sells some excellent blends, including a massive Christmas range. What else says Christmas like cinnamon, almond, and bourbon vanilla scents? A great option for those who don’t want to make the trek into town.

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7. Peacockgreen and Co, Lord Edward Street

This quaint little cafe constantly changes up their offerings, and they’ve a range of cakes and desserts to stuff into your face if you feel you’re being too healthy.

o Source: Yelp

8. Gurmans Tea and Coffee, St Stephen’s Green Centre

If you’re getting stuck into the Christmas shopping, stop into Gurmans for an unusual cup of tea. If you don’t pick up a lovely bag as a bonus pressie, what is even wrong with you.

o Source: Yelp

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