English Earl Grey Blue Flower
This black tea has the very well-known classic citrusy taste of bergamot. The accent of the blue cornflower petals takes this tea to an even higher level. Just as the English would like to see and drink it!
This tea is named after Count (Earl) Charles Gray (1764–1845). Legend has it that during a trade trip to Asia this tea was offered to Earl Gray.
The Earl Grey is very complimentary with a nice piece of lemon cake, cheese cake or a piece of chocolate ... Yummie!
You can also make delicious and simple iced tea from Earl Gray: 6 -7 teaspoons of Earl Gray in 1 liter of cold water. Then let it rest overnight in the refrigerator. The next day you can sift out the leaves and drink! Also delicious with honey or some orange slices ...
- Country of origin
- Black tea, aroma, cornflower petals.
- Amount of tea per cup
- 1 - 2 tea spoons
- Indication brewing time
- 3 - 5 minutes
- Temperature water
- 90 ºC - 100 ºC (194 °F - 212 °F)
- Organically grown?
- Color infusion
- Time of day
- Throughout the day
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