Harney & Sons Earl Grey Supreme 20 Sachets tin
An excellent tea base of large black tea leaves, oolong and silver needles of white tea combined with the citrusy flavors turn it into something special that Harney & Sons named Earl Grey Supreme. This tin contains 20 sachets filled with whole leaf tea.
Black, Oolong and White tea all come from the same plant (Camellia sinensis). The difference in taste and colour are based on altitude, climate, part of the plant being used, flush, and how the tea leafs were handled once picked. That is how you get to taste a vast variety of tea characters, colours and aroma. Cheers!
|Product Contains||20 silken sachets of loose-leaf tea|
|Base||Black tea and white tea silver needles|
|Aroma||Refreshing citrus aromas because of the higher amount of bergamot oil in this special tea|
|Body||Lighter body because of the larger proportion of white tea in this delicious blend|
|Character||The lemony flavors are perfectly balanced with the delicious tea base. In comparison to other Earl Greys, there is a nice natural sweetness from all the tippy teas|
|Brewing Time||4 to 5 minutes|
|Brewing Temperature||212° F|
About the Harney & Sons Fine Teas
The Harney & Sons story in the tea industry begins 30 years ago in Salisbury, Connecticut, when John Harney, developed a passion for fine teas and the art and craft of tea blending. John began his own journey in mastering the craft of tea blending. He produced and served his distinctive blends that were becoming more and more popular among the tea drinkers. His small back then home-based business turned to be a global company covered by popular names like Oprah and Dr. Oz and served in five-star hotels such as Four Seasons Hotels, Waldorf Astoria New York and other luxurious establishments. Harney & Sons Fine Teas sources, blends, and packages its own teas and has more than three hundred varieties. The company remains committed to delivering a superior quality teas that the consumers would truly indulge to delivery luxury to the everyday life.
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Really nice Earl Grey
Posted by Unknown on 2019 Mar 28th
Really smooth tea, nice to drink. The flavour loses a bit, I think because of our exceptionally hard water (white teas always seem to have a problem with it.) With regular water, I'd say it'd be a 5-star tea.
Posted by Barb on 2018 Feb 10th
I have struggled with finding an earl grey tea that is flavorful. I find a lot of teas smell great but then don’t taste very good. This tea is great and I will be keeping it stocked.
Posted by Jimmy on 2017 Mar 3rd
I am 100% satisfied with the product!