French Earl Grey

  • C’EST MAGNIFIQUE!

    Let the french superlatives flow with every sip of this magnificent, rich blend. Put the bon into bonjour every morning with this tea that is aptly described as ...

    Caffeine Level: medium

  • A complex marriage of fruit with an underlying bergamot finish

  • Pure black tea, rosehip, pineapple pieces, mango pieces, marigold, rose petals, cold press bergamot oil, passion fruit flavour, soursop flavour and strawberry flavour

  • Sri Lanka

    Kandy Region (Medium grown)

    Harvest - All year

$5.00
$1.0 AUD

Per cup

Free shipping when you spend $60 or more more info

or 4 easy fortnightly payments of $1.25 with More info
French Earl Grey

THE ULTIMATE GIFT

Check out our Christmas Range. A limited edition that will delight them beyond Christmas.

  • C’EST MAGNIFIQUE!

    Let the french superlatives flow with every sip of this magnificent, rich blend. Put the bon into bonjour every morning with this tea that is aptly described as ...

    Caffeine Level: medium

  • A complex marriage of fruit with an underlying bergamot finish

  • Pure black tea, rosehip, pineapple pieces, mango pieces, marigold, rose petals, cold press bergamot oil, passion fruit flavour, soursop flavour and strawberry flavour

  • Sri Lanka

    Kandy Region (Medium grown)

    Harvest - All year

1 1/2 Teaspoons
99C / 230ml
2-4min
Enjoy!
3 Teaspoons
99C/150ml
2-4 Min
Fill with ice and enjoy!
Tasting Notes

A marriage of fruit with a bergamot finish

Origins

Sri Lanka, Kandy Region

The tea industry was born in Ceylon when James Taylor started a tea plantation in Loolecondera estate in Kandy in 1867. He was drawn to the region and it’s not hard to see why, the Kandyan Hills are spectacular - marked by a cool, calming atmosphere and heady fragrant breezes. It is one of Sri Lanka’s most flourishing tea growing regions, but it was also the last Kingdom of Sri Lanka. Known as the central province of Sri Lanka, the tea estates are dotted in the hills surrounding the low-lying valley of Kandy. The altitude is considered ‘mid-grown’, the estates are surrounded by mountains all around, which protects them from wind and helps produce a deeper-coloured, bright and fragrant tea. It’s a strong and full bodied brew.

French Earl Grey
French Earl Grey

REVIEWS