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Earl Grey
  • Earl Grey

    • 24 Tea Bags in Each Pack
    • 2x the standard amount of tea in every tea bag
    • No oils or flavorings
    • Gluten Free
    • All ingredients are individually sourced for quality


    Steeping Instructions:

    1. Place one True Honey Teas bag in a mug.
    2. Pour 8-10 ounces of hot water over tea bag.
    3. Let steep for 5-7 minutes and enjoy!


    Ingredients: Orgnic Black Tea, Oil of Bergamot, Honey Granules (Cane Sugar, Honey)

    • About this Tea:

      Truly unique!  True Honey Teas Earl Grey combines the rich, bold black tea leaf from Sri Lanka with the delicious fragrance of Bergamot, and honey granules!  Just exceptional, stands apart!

    • Why Black Tea?

      Some research suggests that black tea may help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, which can help to reduce the risk of heart disease. The caffeine in black tea may help to improve mental alertness and focus, which can make it a good choice for a morning or afternoon pick-me-up. Black tea contains compounds called theanine and L-theanine, which may help to reduce stress and improve relaxation. Black tea contains antioxidants and other compounds that may help to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut, which can support overall digestive health. Some studies have found that black tea may help to boost metabolism and support weight loss efforts.

    • History of Earl Grey

      Earl Grey is a type of tea that is flavored with bergamot, a type of citrus fruit. It is named after Charles Grey, the 2nd Earl Grey, who was a British statesman and Prime Minister in the early 19th century.

      According to legend, Earl Grey tea was created by accident when a shipment of black tea was flavoured with bergamot oil to mask the taste of poor quality tea. The Earl was said to have enjoyed the tea so much that he requested to have it made for him on a regular basis.

      It is not clear how much of this story is true, but it is generally agreed upon that Earl Grey tea was named after Charles Grey and that it was developed sometime in the 19th century.

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