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Chado Blue Flowers Earl Grey Tea, India, 50 g

11.25USD
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Blue Flowers Earl Gray is obtained by blending the quality black tea leaves grown in the Nilgiri region of India with the Blue Malva (Mallow) flower and the Bergamot plant grown in Italy. The Earl Gray blend uses black tea leaves with strong notes and stem.

Although no tea is grown in England, Earl Gray tea spread to the world from this country. The British created an Earl Gray blend with high quality black teas brought from India, which was then their colony. In fact, there were two important contributions to the tea culture of the British. The first was the emergence of Earl Gray tea by adding bergamot to tea during the time of the British president, 2nd Earl Gray. The other is that they bring the tea, which is drunk with pleasure around 16:00 in the afternoon, into the tea culture as "High Tea".

Earl Gray is sometimes erroneously known as "Early Gray" or "Earl Gray".

Note: Blue Flowers Earl Gray can be mixed with the recently popular Blue Butterfly Pea (Blue Tea). Click for blue tea ..

Contents: Black Tea, Hibiscus, Bergamot

Ideal preparation conditions: It is recommended to brew for 3-5 minutes by adding 1-2 teaspoons to approximately 250 ml of water at 88 ° C - 100 ° C.

Number of serving: Approximately 35 cups

Net: 50 g

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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Blue Flowers Earl Gray is obtained by blending the quality black tea leaves grown in the Nilgiri region of India with the Blue Malva (Mallow) flower and the Bergamot plant grown in Italy. The Earl Gray blend uses black tea leaves with strong notes and stem.

Although no tea is grown in England, Earl Gray tea spread to the world from this country. The British created an Earl Gray blend with high quality black teas brought from India, which was then their colony. In fact, there were two important contributions to the tea culture of the British. The first was the emergence of Earl Gray tea by adding bergamot to tea during the time of the British president, 2nd Earl Gray. The other is that they bring the tea, which is drunk with pleasure around 16:00 in the afternoon, into the tea culture as "High Tea".

Earl Gray is sometimes erroneously known as "Early Gray" or "Earl Gray".

Note: Blue Flowers Earl Gray can be mixed with the recently popular Blue Butterfly Pea (Blue Tea). Click for blue tea ..

Contents: Black Tea, Hibiscus, Bergamot

Ideal preparation conditions: It is recommended to brew for 3-5 minutes by adding 1-2 teaspoons to approximately 250 ml of water at 88 ° C - 100 ° C.

Number of serving: Approximately 35 cups

Net: 50 g

The average shipping duration is 6 business days to Middle East but 2-4 business days to Europe.

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