Experience a delightful and aromatic twist on the classic Earl Grey flavor with Earl Grey Jasmine black tea, a blend of high-quality black tea leaves, bergamot oil, and the delicate and fragrant petals of jasmine flowers. This tea is a perfect balance of bold black tea flavor and refreshing citrus notes, complemented by the sweet and floral aroma of jasmine.
Earl Grey Jasmine black tea is made from premium black tea leaves that are infused with the essential oil from the bergamot fruit and blended with delicate jasmine petals. This creates a tea with a unique and refreshing taste that is perfect for any time of day.
To brew a perfect cup of Earl Grey Jasmine black tea, bring 240 ml of fresh water to a rolling boil. Add one teaspoon of loose leaf tea to a tea infuser or teapot. Pour the hot water over the leaves and let it steep for 3-5 minutes. For a stronger brew, steep for up to 7 minutes. Remove the leaves and enjoy the bold and refreshing taste of Earl Grey Jasmine black tea.
Earl Grey Jasmine black tea is perfect on its own or can be enjoyed with a touch of milk or honey to complement the citrus notes and sweet floral aroma. It can also be used in cooking and baking to add a unique flavor and a touch of elegance to your dishes.
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