Most Earl Greys use poor quality China base tea, which is like palming yourself off as landed gentry when all you own is a Barbour jacket. We use the finest Darjeeling from the foothills of the Himalayas and add zesty, citrus bergamot and lime flavours of the Mediterranean to create something altogether more elegant. The blue cornflowers? Well, they just look so pretty.
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Suitable for vegetarians
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (5)
Tasty and convenient
I like my tea mild and brewed for a short time, so usually use loose leaves. These teapigs are a very convenient alternative, especially with the lovely combination of Earl Grey and Darjeeling teas. The tea doesn't taste as if it's been made from a bag. They are pricey, though.
Very nice. Not cheap, but you can have the true taste of good leaf tea with a convenience of tea bags.
best earl grey
I tried this in a coffee shop and fell in love with it! It's such a lovely tea, definitely worth the money!
but it's not the best Darjeeling tea that your money can buy
heaven in a teacup!
If you love earl grey but are disappointed that the taste doesn't live up to to smell---you may like this combo! It's got the delicateness of earl grey- but the punch of a dark Assam. It's such a lovely mix! I hope you like it!