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Earl Grey Classic Black Tea
 

Earl Grey Classic

151-50-P
In stock: 4
3.3
Sri Lanka
£3.63
£3.63
LK
Origin
Sri Lanka
Asia
Caffeine Level (mg/100g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+

Description

Description

Earl Grey is a refined English tea classic- and when you want a traditional flavor of the best English classic- there is absolutely no need to change something that is perfect as is!

We wanted our Earl Grey Classic to stay true to it's tradition, we kept things pure and simple to provide you with the best Earl Grey; a simple blend of delicious Ceylon black tea from Sri Lanka, enhanced by the addition of highly fragrant and naturally sourced oil of bergamot. Bergamot oil is ultra complementary, and is what gives Earl Grey it's citrusy note that is key to making Earl Grey taste the way it should!

Featured ingredients

Cornflower
This is how to do it:
1 TSP or 1 BAG
200ml
95°C
3 - 4 min

Details

Ingredients:
Black tea, cornflower petals, natural flavor

Reviews

by Sandra
March 2021
I have no idea what the reviewers are on about with regards to this Earl Grey, they must be used to boring tea. This is not boring bland flavorless tea. This is a divinely fragrant powerful truly bergamot flavored tea. No this is not Twinings (insert eye roll emoji here ???? ), this is a real bold delicious strong black tea. If you like Twinings or Bigelow, then buy that, you shouldn’t be shopping for boutique teas anyway cause you obviously don’t understand them, they are intended to be flavourful, not bland. The scent of this tea is citrusy, flowery, invigorating and just gorgeous. If you don’t like that then you shouldn’t bother. Go to a high tea event and significantly overpay for a boring white bread and cucumber sandwich to have with your boring tea instead.
by Deborah Agnew
February 2019
A beautiful tea. Just don't et it brew too long...it will get very bitter.
by Rach Warwick
October 2018
We love this tea. It's a classic delicate Earl Grey flavour.
by Sheiler-A
October 2020
Ho hum. Completely and utterly ho hum. I mean, Bigelow's Earl Grey is better than this. Twinings for sure is better. This is not worth the hot water I boiled to try and finish the package.
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