Earl Grey tea
Earl Grey tea from Coy o’Teas – classic black tea,, premium loose black tea leaf. Strongly bergamot black tea.
“An unbelievable aroma that portends an unbelievable taste. We have been told repeatedly: ‘This is the best Earl Grey I have ever tasted!'”
OverviewSavor the traditional taste of Earl Grey tea with our all-natural blend. Made from only the finest ingredients, our tea is strongly redolent of bergamot, giving you a truly authentic Earl Grey experience. The natural and pure quality of our tea will transport you to a world of relaxation and tranquility. It’s ideal for any time, whether you’re looking to unwind after a long day or simply cherish a cuppa with friends. Try our Earl Grey tea today and taste the difference.
Luxury IngredientsBlack tea, Cornflower petals, organic natural flavors.
OriginsSri Lanka / Albania
Earl Grey is a very traditional tea. English people have been drinking it for about 200 years. Most often it’s taken hot, sometimes with a lemon wedge, and frequently with milk. The conventional English fare nibbled with it are tea sandwiches, scones, and clotted cream.
Now, that last sentence means nothing to most Americans, so let’s go with something more familiar. Lemon muffins go great with Earl Grey, with or without poppyseeds on top. So do tasty buttermilk biscuits with butter and jam. Another treat might be scrambled eggs, perhaps prepared with a dash of spice. Give it a try! You might be pleasantly surprised.
Earl Grey is best known for its familiar, citrus aroma and rich taste. It has a balanced level of caffeine, making it good for nearly any time of day.
One the most famous references to this tea comes from the tv series “Star Trek: The Next Generation”™ where Captain Jean-Luc Picard frequently orders, “Earl Grey, hot” from the computer. Therefore, if you’re ever on a starship, we recommend ordering this tea. Scifi fans everywhere will cheer you on. 🙂
Some early research indicates that inhaling the scent of bergamot, such as that found in this tea, may relieve anxiety and stress. It may also relieve pain to a limited extent.
Different practitioners associate bergamot with different ideas. Most attribute it either to balance and protection, or to money. The balance may be a nod toward the emotional balance and peace it brings through aromatherapy. Either way, sipping this tea while focusing on either concept (or both!) is one way to bring about their manifestation. Make sure to surround yourself in white Light. When the tea is done, release your energy, and the idea, to the Universe. That way it can manifest in the physical realm.