Bulk Earl Grey Tea Australia
If you’ve been considering buying Earl Grey tea in bulk, or maybe buying some Earl Grey tea for wholesale purposes, then you’ve come to the right place. At Teavision, we are tea enthusiasts, and there’s absolutely nothing more that we love than a good classic cup of tea.Read More
What is So Special About Our Earl Grey Tea?
One of the most special things about our Earl Grey is that we sell wholesale earl grey tea, which means that we sell it in wholesale, or bulk quantities. Aside from that though, our Earl Grey tea is a premium blend of entirely organic black tea, which has been hand blended with bergamot oil.
If you’d like more information about the amazing qualities of our premium blend organic Earl Grey tea, you can drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. Similarly, you can submit your enquiry via the enquiry form which can be found in the ‘contact us’ section of our website and again, a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible via your preferred contact method, be that via e-mail or telephone.
An Interesting Idea for Using Our Earl Grey Tea Outside of the Traditional Uses.
This is something which could potentially be beneficial to those of our clients who are quite crafty – particularly Etsy sellers – or just those of us who feel like having a bit of pamper time every so often, because we all know that self-love and self-care are very important.
An interesting way to use up any of the bulk bought Earl Grey tea that you may have left over, is through making an Earl Grey face mask. It has plenty of bonuses when it comes to skincare, such as the fact that Earl Grey tea has major anti-inflammatory properties thanks to the massive amount of anti-oxidants it contains.
Making the face mask is incredibly simple. It contains 3 ingredients:
- One cup of fresh brewed Earl Grey tea.
- 5 grams, or around 1 teaspoon of lemon juice
- 6 grams of Bentonite clay
To make the mask, start off by brewing your cup of Earl Grey. Before you add anything to it, remove around 10 grams, or around 2 teaspoons of the tea from the cup. This is all you’ll need for one mask, so feel free to scale up the rest of the recipe to make as many masks as you can out of your fresh brewed up of Earl Grey.
All you need to do from there is add in the lemon juice, and then mix in the bentonite clay until it forms a paste that is both thick and creamy. Leave the mixture for around 5 minutes, and then apply it to your face after stirring it. Leave the mask on for around 20 minutes, and then wipe it off with a damp face cloth or in the shower. Finish off the treatment with your favourite face lotion and enjoy the benefits reaped.
Order your bulk tea today from Teavision, Australia’s leading online supplier of high-quality tea. Remember, our range extends far beyond earl grey tea. We specialise in supplying a wide range of bulk loose tea, detox tea, japanese matcha tea, organic tea, assam tea, bulk black tea and bulk green tea
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