taste and smell

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We Are Your Favourite Store.

Welcome to taste and smell store
Taste and smell tea is located in Headford . Ireland
We believe that each cup of your tea should be special, that’s why we are very serious about what goes into your tea. We deal with many sources and seek out the best quality teas. If there is something you are looking for that we don’t currently carry feel free to reach out to us and we would be happy to try and source it for you.
We continuously optimize our range and adapt to the ever-changing international tea market.
We hope our selections will inspire you – We look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you

Why our Tea Taste so Good

The taste of tea is influenced by a combination of factors, including the type of tea leaves used, the processing methods, water quality, brewing technique, and personal preferences.


The way tea leaves are processed after being plucked can significantly impact flavor.


Some people add sweeteners, milk, or other flavor enhancers to their tea

Perfect Balance

We take pride in achieving the ideal balance of flavors in each blend.


Milk contributes a creamy texture to tea, softening any bitterness that might be present.


Fresh tea leaves or blends tend to have more vibrant flavors. This texture can make more comforting.

What We Do ?

The journey towards exceptional tea begins with the selection of premium-quality tea leaves. We meticulously source our tea leaves from renowned tea gardens and estates around the world. The climate, altitude, and soil composition of these regions play a crucial role in shaping the flavor profiles of our teas. By working closely with tea farmers who share our passion for excellence, we ensure that only the finest tea leaves make their way into our blends.

About Us

Serving Since 1967

Our History

The history of coffee dates back to ancient times and is intertwined with various legends and historical accounts. The story of coffee is thought to have originated in the Ethiopian region of East Africa. One of the most popular legends suggests that a goat herder named Kaldi discovered coffee when he noticed his goats becoming unusually energetic after consuming the red berries from a certain tree. Curious about their effects, he tried the berries himself and experienced a similar burst of energy. Kaldi shared his discovery with a local monastery, and the monks used the berries to create a drink that helped them stay awake during long hours of prayer and meditation.The spread of coffee cultivation led to its introduction in various parts of the world, including Asia, the Caribbean, and the Americas. In the 18th and 19th centuries, European colonial powers established coffee plantations in their colonies, leading to significant economic and social impacts in regions like Central and South America.

Tea has a long and rich history that originates in China. The legend of Emperor Shen Nong’s discovery of tea is a well-known tale. According to the legend, the emperor was boiling water when some tea leaves accidentally fell into the pot, creating a delightful aroma and taste. This marked the beginning of tea consumption.

Tea gradually became an integral part of Chinese culture, with its consumption and preparation methods evolving over the centuries. It was not only enjoyed for its taste but also valued for its medicinal properties. By the Tang dynasty (7th-10th centuries), tea had become a popular beverage and was traded along the Silk Road.

During the Song dynasty (10th-13th centuries), tea culture continued to flourish, and teahouses became popular social gathering places. The Yuan dynasty saw the expansion of tea consumption to Mongolia and Tibet, while the Ming dynasty witnessed the development of more sophisticated tea ceremonies.

Both coffee and tea have deeply embedded themselves in cultures around the world, contributing to various traditions, rituals, and social interactions. Today, they remain two of the most widely consumed beverages globally.

"Tea: A Tranquil Sip of Tradition" "Coffee: Igniting Energy, One Cup at a Time"

Many Years of Experience