Earl Grey tea became popular in England as early as 1820. It is believed that the tea was named after Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, British Prime Minister. Why the tea would be named after Charles is heavily contested. Earl Grey, traditionally, is a black tea flavored with bergamot oil giving it the strong citrus/pine smell. We top off our Earl Grey with rose petals, lavender flowers, and rosemary to put our special twist on things.
Whole leaf black tea rose petals, lavender flowers rosemary with rose and bergamot flavors.
Steeping TIme: 3min
Water Temp: 212
Country of Origin: India