When you think of English tea, you’re probably thinking of the classic Earl Grey flavor. Highly popular in Great Britain, this black tea is infused with the rind of bergamot, a citrus fruit similar to a lemon or lime, adding immensely to the already bold, classic black tea flavor.
Leaves used for Earl Grey are typically grown in India, but the flavor we know today was pioneered in Britain in the 19th century.
|Caffeine Level||Medium / High|
|Country of Origin||China|