A superb blend of black tea leaves bathed in oil of Bergamot. Bergamot oil provides a fragrant, mildly sweet and citrus flavor for the black tea. Earl Grey is an integral part of tradition in England and is usually consumed in the morning with a spot of milk or cream.
High in caffeine and minerals
Bergamot oil in Earl Grey is known to promote a wakeful and balanced feeling
Helps aid digestion
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Enzymatic Oxidation is the name of the process, the delay of leaves being put in a high temperature, causing the loss of enzymes in the tealeaves.
History of Earl Grey:
Tea flavoured with bergamot, which was used to imitate the more expensive types of Chinese tea, has been known in England since at least the 1820s. In 1837 there is a record of court proceedings against Brocksop & Co. who were found to have supplied tea "artificially scented, and, drugged with bergamot in this country." A "Grey's Tea" is known from the 1850s, but the first known published references to an "Earl Grey" tea are advertisements by Charlton & Co. of Jermyn Street in London in the 1880s. The Earl Grey blend, or "Earl Grey's Mixture", is assumed to be named after Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, British Prime Minister in the 1830s and author of the Reform Bill of 1832. He reputedly received a gift, probably a diplomatic perquisite, of tea flavoured with bergamot oil.
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