Organic CO2 Decaf Green Earl Grey Tea

Organic CO2 Decaf Green Earl Grey Tea
$1.58 - 3.02 /oz $15.10
$1.58 - 3.02 /oz $15.10
Steeping Instructions
Temperature 170°F
Volume 1 tsp
Time 2-3 min
For the love of tea, do not oversteep.
Origin: China
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Ingredients:  Organic green tea, organic oil of bergamot

Product Description

This popular flavored tea blend has its roots in 1830s Great Britain. As the legend goes, the British Prime Minister Earl Grey II had rescued the young son of a Chinese Mandarin from drowning (or the son of an Indian Rajah from a tiger, depending on who’s telling the story). The grateful father brought him a gift of blended Indian and Ceylon teas flavored with oil of bergamot, extracted from the rind of bergamot oranges.

Our Organic CO2 Decaf Green Earl Grey tea contains decaffeinated green tea from the Anhui Province in China and real, imported Italian organic bergamot oil. Developed in Germany as an alternative to the use of ethyl acetate process, CO2 decaffeination allows the teas to retain more of the unique flavors of premium caffeinated teas. This selection is a paragon of its kind, featuring a silkier, more refined touch of bergamot. One thing is for sure: this is real Earl Grey tea for real Earl Grey fans.

This tea is sold loose leaf, meaning it will not arrive packed in tea bags.

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Product Reviews (3)

Overall rating
Not Green Tea.
By Teresa - 10/30/2018
“I know the taste of a good green tea and this taste nothing like green tea to me. The tea leaves are dark brown with a few green leaves scattered throughout. It tastes like black tea to me. I am not a fan of black tea.”
By MJB - 3/21/2018
“PLEASE bring this back to stock- BEST Earl Grey Green I have ever tasted- better than the non-decaf version sold by Tattle Tea. Bold, very nice bergamot flavor. My current favorite. ”
Green Tea
By Don - 12/11/2014
“Though I had good tea before this. This tea is amazing, like the tea my Grandma
had 50 years ago, when tea was tea. Now its greed and money, forget the quality.
One of my friends told me I was crazy to pay $35.00 a lb. for tea. I told him to go to
the store and pay $3.50 for an ounce of tea bags. He changed his mind. He wanted
to try some of my high priced tea, I told him $4.00 an ounce. Then I gave him your
Email address. Remember this is real tea, you can use less per cup. Thank You very
much. ”