Earl Grey

Earl Grey is the undisputed classic amongst flavoured teas. Its fresh citrus fragrance comes from oil extracted from the rind of bergamot oranges. The tea is named after the second Earl Grey, who took the blend to Great Britain after travelling to China in 1830.

Preparation

Loose leaf tea

Pour fresh, boiling water over one slightly heaped teaspoon of tea for each cup.

Brewing time 3–5 minutes

 

Pyramid teabags

Use one pyramid bag for every 250–300 ml – ideal for a small teapot or the Dallmayr glass teacup. Add fresh, boiling water.

Brewing time 3–5 minutes

 

Infusion bags

Use one teabag for every 200 ml – ideal for the Dallmayr teacup. Add fresh, boiling water.

Brewing time 3–5 minutes

Storage

Tea is a sensitive natural product. Loose leaf tea should therefore be kept in a cool, dry place away from strong-smelling items. Tea caddies with a good seal are ideal for storage and make a perfect small gift for tea lovers.

Ingredients

Black tea, flavouring


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