What could be more English than black tea? In England, the legend says that an earl named Charles Gray has brought this tea recipes from China. Immediately it became the malty yet elegant drink and the darling of high society in England which remained so until today especially in the afternoon by five clock.
Be elegant with the royal ceremony!
- Certified Organic (Austria Bio Garantie)
- Caffeine free
- Vegan friendly
The floral-fruity fragrance is reflected in an aromatic note with slightly bitter orange taste. The Earl Gray is characterized by a fruity, mildly bitter flavor and a nice malty toasty finish. Its spicy floral notes in the finish is incomparable. The tea leaves are harvested by hand, machine-rolled between two rotating disks, cell sap of leaves emerged, followed by fermentation (the natural oxidation of the cell juice) in the air. Through fermentation, the leaves change color and become brown-black. The leaves are dried with hot air and divided into different leaf sizes and qualities.
Country of Origin
Black Tea South India flavoured with Organic Essential Oil Bergamot
Did You Know?
Black tea with a great tradition,when added with a fine organic bergamot (citrus fruit) creates a fine, fruity yet invigorating taste.
|How to Use|
This elegant malty drink is a popular classic for the afternoon with a wreath of fine cakes and biscuits. Black tea is also a poem for breakfast or an excellent companion of grain dishes. In addition, black tea promotes good digestion and can be served with a little milk for dessert. For dark chocolate praline cake or dessert, it is also an unbeatable companion. For one cup of tea, pour boiling water over one tea bag. Steep for no more than 5-10 minutes.Storage Instructions
Store in tightly covered jars. Store in a cool dry place. Avoid from direct sunlight.