Earl Grey tea is one of the most popular teas in the world. The tea is named after Earl Charles Grey, British prime minister from 1830 through 1834. Traditionally, the term “Earl Grey” has applied only to black teas that contain oil of bergamot as a flavoring. Today’s, there are many varieties of the tea with different tea bases such as green tea, white tea, and rooibos, as well as the traditional form with added ingredients such as vanilla, lavender, jasmine, and orange peels. So, if you like Earl Grey, try our Earl Grey Cream for an unexpected twist of the original!
Ingredients : black tea, cornflower, orange peel, vanilla and bergamot flavoring
Steeping Suggestion : Use 1 tsp/ 8oz cup. Steep 3-4 minutes in 205 °F water
For iced tea, use double amount of tea and steep normally. Pour over ice to drink immediately or add an equal amount of room temperature water and store in refrigerator. To sweeten, add sugar, honey, or stir in a sugar stick while the tea is still hot.