Ceylon Earl Gray Tea is a fusion of rich strong-bodies Ceylon Black Tea and bergamot oil. A tea blend that compliments the natural citrus aroma and crisp flavour of Ceylon Tea.
While Ceylon Black Tea is available in a multitude of flavours, Ceylon Earl Gray Tea could be the most popular tea of them all. Although created originally in the 19th century in England to mask the flavour of chaap tea and to pass it off as an expensive tea, Ceylon Earl Gray tea from Sri Lanka is produced by combining rich and full-bodies Ceylon Single Origin Tea with Bergamot Oil. Although Earl Gray is a flavour generally associated with black tea, tea makers also manufacture Earl Gray Green Tea to cater to the rising market demand.
How to make a cup of tea
• Use one tea bag for each person in a cup or tea pot. Add fresh, just boiled water and brew to desired taste between 3-5 minutes.