There is some mystery surrounding the naming of the ever popular Earl Grey tea blend. Some sources state that it was named after Charles Grey - the prime minster of England in the 1830's. Others suggest that it's named after a tea merchant named 'William Grey', and the 'earl' was added to make it seem a bit more posh.
This 'Wild' Earl Grey blend retains it's distinctive light bergamot flavour, but specs of pink grapefruit are scattered throughout the blend to enhance the natural sweetness of the blend and introduce something fresh and 'wild' to a world renowned favourite.
Each jar contains enough tea for approximately 40 serves.
About The Tea Collective:
Local Tea merchants, The Tea Collective pride themselves on their creative signature blends and exquisite single origin teas. They create luxury sensory experiences blending the timeless tradition of tea with innovation.