Earl Greyer Black Tea Bags
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More of a Good Thing Tea - Our exceptional Earl Greyer blend combines the lush flavor and exquisite fragrance of the Bergamot Orange, native to Southern Italy, with a lovely Ceylon black tea leaf from Sri Lanka. Recognized as the best tasting Earl Grey available.
Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Fine black tea and natural bergamot oil
Country of Origin
Tea: Ceylon, Kenya / Bergamot: Italy
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
I'm a big fan of Earl Grey tea, but even Jean-Luc Picard would have made this his tea of choice! This is probably the smoothest tasting Earl Grey I've ever tried, while having that bold kick from the Bergamot oil. It is robust enough to hold up to a little dab of honey without losing the tea flavor, yet mild enough to enjoy on it's own. It's a welcome change from coffee, which can be acidic and harsh. This is how I will start my morning from here on out!
Best Tea Ever
Love this tea since I first tried it, and nothing else has come close.
Best Tea I Ever Had
I had this the other day at Panera Bread. It was my first time trying it. I actually stopped and said to my friend, "This tea is fantastic!" I made sure to check out the brand as we left the store. I am now frantic to find it somewhere near where I live.
Simply the Best
The Republic of Tea EARL GREYER is simply the best ... at any price ... for any reason ... period. Beautifully bold and perfectly smooth ... equally only by fresh dark roasted, highest quality, French coffee beans from San Francisco's The Daily Grind, circa 1985.
The ultimate Earl Grey
Earl Grey is kind of the Platonic ideal of tea. It is my default tea and what I typically order when I'm out. As a result, I've tried a lot of different brands. I have a few that I like, but this is by far the best. The bergamot is just so fragrant! It seems a bit sweeter or more floral than the bergamot in other teas -- maybe it is just more pure? I typically drink black teas with honey to cut the bitterness (and because I'm a honey junky), but I was out of honey one time and it was absolutely fantastic without it. I'm hooked.