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Earl Grey Tea

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Earl Grey sounds like a tweedy British invention, but it was actually Chinese tea masters who first blended black tea with bergamot. The match became a classic: sweet, floral bergamot mixed with malty, full-bodied black tea leaves. There are endless ways to sip Earl Grey. The English favour a thin slice of lemon. Parisians prefer a sprig of lavender. In South Africa, they’re partial to Rooibos Earl Grey (which is, helpfully, caffeine free). That light citrus zing has one other bonus – Earl Grey works wonders in desserts. Chocolate is a classic, but try infusing Earl Grey in custard. It makes a cracking crème brûlée.

 

If you’d like some Earl Grey samples or wholesale pricing, just ask the Teavision team.

 

Origin: Sri Lanka

Ingredients:  Black Tea OPA & Bergamot Oil.

Serving Suggestion: Add 1-2 teaspoon and brew in 90-95ºC water for 3-5 minutes. Serve with lemon or sugar to taste.

Shipping: Our Earl Grey is delivered in sealed, air-tight pouches.

Storage: Store below 180C in a dry place, out of light.

Quality Control: Teavision has implemented a very high standard of quality control through its HACCP and ACO accredited facilities to preserve the integrity of all products.

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