Our Earl Gray Tea - kissed by the bergamot - from Taiwan is a real treat and is ideal for daily consumption or for making iced tea.
According to legend, a ship between China and England got caught in a heavy storm in the 19th century. the cargo was damaged in the process and the precious bergamot oil spilled over the loaded black tea.
After arriving in England, Earl Gray tasted the "damaged" tea. Since the response was surprisingly positive, he sold it in his name.
In Taiwan, this Earl Gray tea - kissed by the bergamot - is also very popular with fresh kumquats and a little honey. To do this, squash some kumquat fruits between your fingers and place them in a teapot, complete with the skin of the fruit. After a little honey has been added, the brewed tea is added.
The kumquat is a plum-sized citrus fruit and is also known as the golden orange or Japanese orange.
This citrus fruit originally comes from China and has therefore become widespread in Asian cuisine.
Try it yourself - it tastes really delicious!
With a fabulous scent of bergamot citrus fruit oil, this Earl Gray tea - kissed by bergamot - from Taiwan captivates.
The freshly brewed tea is amber-colored, almost golden, its light taste ends with a slight note of precious wood.
Ingredients : loose black tea and bergamot oil
Packaging: Aroma protection packed in a resealable doypack
You will receive the 200g double pack 10% price advantage compared to the unit price!
From an order value of 70 euros, we will send your order free of charge throughout Germany!
Our Taiwanese Earl Gray tea is also ideal as an iced tea!