English Earl Grey
English Earl Grey
English Earl Grey
English Earl Grey

English Earl Grey Loose Leaf Black Tea

Regular price $19.99
(35¢ per cup)

200 in stock

A truly unique Earl Grey loose leaf tea (sometimes written as Earl Gray) from the ancient Tregothnan Estate in Cornwall, a private botanical garden established in 1335, with a singular micro climate.

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Tasting Notes

Blended with top quality Indian tea and a natural bergamot oil, it has a real lightness and delicacy.


Use 0.1 oz of leaf per 5.5 fl oz of water (2.5g per 150ml).


For the optimum infusion use 194°F (90°C) water.


Infuse for 45 seconds to 2 minutes, tasting regularly.


You can infuse this tea at least twice. With each careful infusion, different subtleties of flavour are revealed.

Cost Per Cup

35¢ per cup based on 0.1 oz of leaf per 5.5 fl oz of water and 2 infusions.

Origin & Craft

The belief in doing things well has persevered at Tregothnan; the estate has stayed within the same family since 1335.

At the heart of the estate is the private walled Botanic Garden.Tregothnan is passionate about growing and collecting plants, including many rare specimens, and this passion is the inspiration for cultivating the first ever English estate tea.

Seven years of trials have been undertaken to achieve this tea, one that really deserves every accolade. It's one of the best Earl Greys we have encountered.

The rare english tea leaves are blended with some of the finest Assam and flavoured with real bergamot oil, Citrus bergamia.

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