Earl Grey

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Earl Grey Organic Tea Description: 

This universally favorite loose leaf black tea is made with all natural bergamot oil from Italy to create a rich, well balanced flavor. Our Earl Grey Tea begins with a blend of Chinese, Assam, and Ceylon teas for a great mouth feel with a touch of astringency. Then we add just the right amount of all natural cold pressed bergamot oil for that classic Earl Grey flavor.

Earl Grey is also available as Tea Sachets (13 tea bags). pyramid-tea-bag.png

*Please note that 16oz quantities are bagged cumulatively(meaning more than 1 pound will be bagged together) in a large black bag with a black and white label on demand.



Conventional TeasIngredients:

Organic Black Tea, Organic Cold Pressed Italian Bergamot Oil

Organic Earl Grey Tea Significance:

Essential oil of bergamot and a good quality Chinese black tea balanced with Assam and Ceylon is all that is in a traditional cup of Earl of Grey. So why do so many Earl Grey’s taste so different and how do you get a really good cup of Earl Grey? In short, focus on the bergamot.

The bergamot tree has been found in varying regions around the world, but only seems to produce enough oil to be commercially viable in the province of Calabria Reggio in southern Italy. Eighty percent of the essential oil of bergamot produced annually comes from this small region in the tip of Italy’s boot. Much like tea, the intensity, flavor and smell of bergamot oil is affected by its growing location with many growers claiming the limestone and other sediments in the Reggio soil are responsible for a less bitter taste to this bergamot.

It is believed that the original base to Earl Grey may have been Keemun given the types of Chinese blacks brought into England at the time. However, many of the teas in the tea bags here in the US are coming out of India, Kenya and Argentina. So, that Earl Grey in the grocery store is probably not true to the origins of the tea in the first place. Like tea, bergamot oil tends to change with exposure to light and air. So it is best to buy smaller quantities and drink regularly so the flavor does not fade.

There are more variations to Earl Grey appearing on the marketplace. While it is tempting to discount them, you may find you like many of the blends that are becoming available, like lavender and rose petal. More on Earl Grey Tea…

Step 1:
Preheat mug with boiling water, discard and refill.
Step 2:
Steep 2 flat tsp or 3-4 grams of tea per 8 oz of water.
Step 3:
Steep for 3-5 minutes as desired. Experiment with slightly cooler water or shorter steeping times. Try one additional steeping if desired.

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  • Earl Grey

    Posted by Gerard W on Jan 18th 2024

    I must have loose leaf tea, tea bags don't do it, and even Wegmans doesn't sell loose leaf Earl Grey. Dominion Earl Grey is better than Taylors of Harrogate, the bergamot flavor is more forward without being dominant. The large tea leaves open up when you add water, this isn't tea dust.

  • Earl Grey

    Posted by Lisa Painter on May 2nd 2023

    This is the best Earl Grey I've ever had! If you haven't tried it and you like Earl Grey, I highly recommend this company's version!

  • If you like Earl Grey you will love Dominions version

    Posted by Anne Garnett on Nov 23rd 2020

    I love This earl grey. it is great for high tea in the afternoon.