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A classic British favorite. Our earl grey tea has just the right amount of bergamot, and pairs perfectly with a bit of lemon and milk or cream. 

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Energy

Black tea is high caffeine, perking you up without the jitteriness of coffee.

Weight Loss

Mice fed a black tea supplement while on a high sugar diet had less weight gain than mice without the black tea.

Headache Relief

Antioxidants in black tea may help relieve tension headaches faster than standard painkillers.

Immunity

Antioxidants like the polyphenols, catechins, and theaflavins in black tea may reduce the development of certain diseases.

Blood Sugar

Lab rat experiments show that black tea may be beneficial in lowering blood sugar levels.

Oral Health

Black tea may attack the harmful bacteria in your mouth that cause gum disease and cavities.

Why Earl Grey Tea?

Earl Grey is traditionally made from a blend of Chinese and Indian black teas, flavored with oil from the citrus bergamot fruit. 

Legend has it that the Earl of Grey was on a Diplomatic trip to China when he saved the life of a local Mandarin. As a gift of gratitude, the Diplomat was given the recipe for creating this tea, which he brought back with him to Britain to share what would go on to become one of the most popular English tea blends. 

We hope you enjoy our version of one of the most popular, widely enjoyed teas in the world!

Brewing Instructions

Use 1 tsp per 8oz of boiling water, and let steep for 3-7 minutes.

Steep 6 teaspoons in a quart of boiling water, then add 3 quarts cold water and refrigerate.

Mix with milk, sugar, or lemon.

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Earl Grey Tea

Earl Grey is traditionally made from a blend of Chinese and Indian black teas, flavored with oil from the citrus bergamot fruit. 

Legend has it that the Earl of Grey was on a Diplomatic trip to China when he saved the life of a local Mandarin. As a gift of...

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