A bold yet sweet Earl Grey with black tea balanced by bergamot.
Hand-picked chopped leaf black tea with a full and sweet flavor balanced by the bitter citrus from the bergamot fruit. Sourced from a country-side family in Qimen in Eastern China, home to China’s most famous black tea. Carefully prepared under the supervision of renowned tea master Wang Chang. The fresh bergamot and oil is sourced from its birthplace on magical Sicily.
Earl Grey is a classic, and this is a very classic version.
70g / 45 cups for 100 DKK
- Citrus, nutty, aromatic
- Perfect for mental gymnastics
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- Ingredients: Black tea, dried lemon peel, natural bergamot oil (0.1%) / Sort te, tørret citronskal, naturlig bergamotteolie (0,1%)
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About the farm
In the 1960’s tea master Wang Chang was born into a country-side family of tea makers. For decades he’s perfected his craft in the capital of black tea, the Anhui Province in Eastern China. Chang has contributed significantly to the heritage and quality of Chinese tea production, and is nationally recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor for his mastery. He grows his tea according to the old ways with no chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.
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