Savoring the Experience:
If we’re talking in the traditional sense Earl Grey has long been enjoyed with lemon and a bit of sugar. Some people enjoy their Earl Grey with a bit of milk, but with the creaminess of this blend, we recommend you leave it be. Milk tends to overpower the delicate nuanced flavors of the infusion.
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- 2-3 Minutes
An earl is a British nobleman and Charles Grey, the second earl of the Grey family and eventual Prime Minister, is known for having the Earl Grey tea named after him. While there is speculation, no one really knows why he gets the credit for the recipe. According to the Grey family, bergamot was added to the tea to offset the limescale prevalent in water in that region.