Traditional Earl Grey tea is universal. Make your life happier by putting some more fun into your daily life. Bergamot oil and blue cornflower leaves have an enchanting effect here. Make sure you always drink a cup of tea before you set off the next time. Ingredients: black tea, bergamot aroma, korenbloemblaadjes Aroma: citrus fragrance, as if you were on an island in the Mediterranean Taste: a fresh hint of bergamot, which lasts a long timeBiologically certified by LACON BV Packaging: attractive design of the theeblik Use: For 200 ml 1 teaspoon of tea in a tea strainer. Water temperature: 100°C (not boiling)/Let 3-5 minutes drawing/drinking temperature: 70°C Black thee also uses all five basic treatments, but is allowed to oxidize completely. These steps are also followed in a very straightforward manner; they are not repeated either. The tea is completely finished in one day. The infusion of black tea varies in colour from dark brown to deep red. Black tea offers the strongest flavours and, in some cases, also the most bitter taste. Black teas are the only ones that are regularly drunk with milk and sugar (although there are Oolong connoisseurs who do not agree). Earl Grey tea is not a kind of tea (believe it or not). This tea falls under the category tea with a taste. These can be based on all types of tea – white, green, oolong, black – which can then be flavoured with fruit, flowers, spices, oil extracts and natural or artificial flavourings. Earl Grey is one of the most well-known types of tea with an added flavour.This typical English tea consists of a base of black tea, flavoured with oil from the peel of bergamot oranges, a citrus fruit with the appearance and taste between an orange and a lemon, with something more of grapefruit and green lemon (lime). Today’s cultivated variety is believed to be a cross between the bitter Sevilla orange from the Mediterranean and a sweet lime from South East Asia.
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