Flowers & fruit turn a simple black tea into a frivolous elixir that will send you to the dance floor.
If you love Earl Grey tea and all of its fragrant bergamot fruit but find it gets boring to sip seven days a week, we have something new and exciting for you. We add more citrus - lemon grass, lemon myrtle and orange - and a dash of lavender petals to create a more feminine Earl Grey style tea. It's a poetic bouquet, both surprising and elegant.
Ingredients: *Indian black teas, *orange peel, *lemon myrtle, *lemon verbena, *roses, *lavender, *bergamot essence
* symbol = organically grown
Brewing Instructions: Steep 1-2 teaspoons in 8-10 ounces 205 degrees water for 3 minutes. Steep 2 times.
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