Black Tea

Royal Earl Grey

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Morning or Noon

Black Tea

Royal Earl Grey

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Morning or Noon

Royal Earl Grey Our Royal Earl Grey tea stands head and shoulders above its regular Earl Grey subjects. It is built on a base of exceptional whole leaf Ceylon tea which is scented with natural Bergamot Oil (extracted from the rind of the Bergamot orange) and embellished with cornflowers to… View more details

Royal Earl Grey

Our Royal Earl Grey tea stands head and shoulders above its regular Earl Grey subjects. It is built on a base of exceptional whole leaf Ceylon tea which is scented with natural Bergamot Oil (extracted from the rind of the Bergamot orange) and embellished with cornflowers to create a truly regal Royal Earl Grey.

Brewing…

By switching to loose leaf tea you’re not only saving the planet from more packaging but you’re getting a great cup of tea.  If you’re new to loose leaf tea, fear not.  We have 100% plastic-free self-fill teabags with drawstrings for you to create your brew.

We think the best way to enjoy it is with an Infuser Mug or an Infuser Teapot like our colourful eteaket teapots. Other handy tools include the Perfect Tea Measure Spoon and a Tea Timer.

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Tea in mind

Our 3 step ‘tea in mind’ process empowers you to pause & rebalance while sipping on the highest quality ethically sourced teas, so that you can thrive more every day.
Focus & Vitality

Origin

Sri Lanka, Assam

Sri Lanka is synonymous with tea. Its tropical climate and abundant growth produce delightful black teas (and others) which vary widely depending on the altitude at which they are grown.

How We Like It

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Step 1

Add 1 tsp per 250ml to an infuser or self-fill teabag
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Step 2

Add freshly boiled water to brew at 100°C
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Step 3

Brew for 3 minutes
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Step 4

Pause, rebalance & thrive. Follow a tea routine here.

Tasting Notes

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Dry Leaf

Take a moment to consider the dry leaves: size & shape, colour, texture & smell.
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Wet Leaf

Inhale the aroma of the infused leaves & observe how the appearance has changed.
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Liquor

Pause to examine the brewed tea. Is it bright & clear? What aromas can you smell?
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Taste

Take a sip while breathing normally & observe the taste, aroma and how your body & mind feel.

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Recipes

Brew a pot of Royal Earl Grey and leave to cool.

Add a squeeze of lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of sugar syrup (to make a sugar syrup, 50g of sugar dissolved in 100ml of water.)

Pour over ice and garnish with a slice of lemon.

For a twist add a splash of gin and tonic.