Who first added Oil of Bergamot to black tea leaves? No one knows for certain, but Charles Grey, the 2nd Earl of Grey, often gets the credit. He probably didn't get an opportunity to experiment with marrying Chinese leaves and the orange-flavored oil that was primarily produced in Italy, but Earl Grey gets the credit for the tea that bears his name, and you'll delight in Revolution Tea's twist on this often enjoyed classic. Each cup includes a hint of French super blue lavender to add just enough sweetness for a delightful start to the morning or mid-afternoon treat. The punch from the higher caffeine in this blend of Darjeeling estate, Ceylon and Oolong tea leaves will help you with focus, whether in the office or curled up at home with a good book or an entrancing movie marathon. Order our 20-count box of this award-winning blend for an excellent accompaniment to your breakfast or an afternoon snack.
20 servings per container
(EN) Sri Lankan Black Tea (74%), Chinese Shui Xian Oolong Tea (16%), Indian Darjeeling Tea (5%), French Lavender Flowers (<5%), USA Earl Grey Bergamot Flavor (<5%)
(NL) Zwarte Ceylon Thee (74%), Chineze Shui Xian Oolong Thee (16%), Indiaase Darjeeling Thee (5%), Franse Lavendel Bloemen (<5%), VSA Earl Grey Bergamot Aroma (<5%)
(F) Thé noir de Ceylan (74%), Thé Shui Xian Oolong Chinois (16%), Thé Indien Darjeeling (5%), Fleurs de Lavande François (<5%), Arômes Earl Grey Bergamot d’Etats-Unis (<5%)
(D) Schwarztee aus Sri Lanka (74%), Chinesischer Shui Xian Oolong Tee (16%), Indische Darjeeling Tee (5%), Französichse Lavendelblüten (<5%), VSA Earl Grey Bergamot Aroma (<5%)
(ES) Té Negro Ceilán de Sri Lanka (74%), Té Oolong Shui Xian Chino (16%), Té Darjeeling Indio (5%), Flores de Lavenda Francés (<5%), Petrolera de Bergamote d’Estados Unidos (<5%)