Earl Grey Pyramid Tea Bags

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Earl Grey Pyramid Tea Bags
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Brewing instructions

Brew with fresh boiling water and infuse for 3 to 5 minutes

Brewing instructions

Arguably one of the most renowned flavoured infusions in the world, our Earl Grey Pyramid Tea Bags combine the iconic flavour of this delicious blend with the up-and-coming trend of using state-of-the-art tea bags.

Since 1997, Pyramid tea bags have, slowly but surely, have been increasing in popularity as studies suggest they are more efficient than their traditional counterparts. In fact, recent results have shown that the infusion of tea at both 40 seconds and at two minutes into brewing, respectively was greater and far more effective when using a pyramid tea bag!

When drinking Earl Grey Tea, it is important to choose the right blend of Bergamot Oil to ensure the beverage is of the finest possible quality. We strive to only use the best ingredients with all our blends, and our Earl Greys are particularly popular. the standard of our Pyramid Tea bags are especially high!

Even though its renowned flavour is particularly distinctive, Earl Grey is still predominantly a black tea, meaning its consumption ensures you obtain all the health benefits available within black tea whilst having the extra bonus of bergamot extract.

Meanwhile, the history of this beverage is not quite as clear as its scientific significance. Earl Grey Tea Is named after the British Prime Minister, Charles Grey, who was in office during the 1830’s. It is said that during a diplomatic trip to China, one of Lord Grey’s members of staff managed to save a local boy from drowning in the nearby river. The grateful father gave the Lord the gift of black tea, heavily scented with Bergamot oil.

However, this theory is especially questionable accounting for the fact that the Earl never set foot in China! Despite this, it is largely considered that originally, pure Chinese teas were flavoured with fine oils from the Bergamot fruit in an attempt to preserve the tea during difficult journeys on trade routes. This theory certainly accounts for its flavour, but why it was named after the 2nd Earl of Grey remains a mystery!  

Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Earl Grey packed into Pyramid Tea Bags.

Origin: China.

Brewing Instruction: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 2 to 5 minutes.

How to Brew: The choice is yours with this tea, as milk, lemon or honey are all delicious additions. Alternatively, this blend can taste just as nice as it is!  

Tasting Notes: With both its taste and aroma slightly more subtle than other Earl Grey blends, this beverage has smooth malty notes complementing the classical flavours of Bergamot oil.

Colour in Cup: Deep, coppery liquor, dark in tone.  

Benefits of Drinking Earl Grey Tea

Many of the benefits for Earl Grey are the same that you might get from most black tea blends. This essentially means that when consumed alongside a healthy and active lifestyle, you can expect improved immune systems and digestive systems, anti-inflammatory properties and a reduced risk of cardiovascular-related diseases. Further to this, many people consume Earl Grey to help with weight loss, with the small amount of citrus extract helping to stimulate the metabolism.

Additional info
  • Type
    Black Tea
  • Health Points
    Health Points
    Immune System, Weight Loss
  • Caffeine Level
    Caffeine Level
  • Options
    Pyramid Bags
  • Time of Day
    Time of Day
    Breakfast, Lunchtime
  • Country
  • Bergamot
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