Facts About Earl Grey Tea
Earl Grey is the Queen's favorite tea. She prefers it with a splash of milk and no sugar.
Earl Grey is an excellent substitute for coffee if you are trying to lower your daily caffeine intake
The name comes from the Duke of Earl who asked Richard Twining to come up with a new blend of tea.
Earl Grey is traditionally a blend of Indian and Chinese teas with bergamont orange oil that provides the fragrant smell of Earl Grey.
Earl Grey is regarded as more 'posh' than regular breakfast tea and is a quintessential English tea.
Rich in antioxidant called ‘catechin’, Earl Grey Tea can help fight oral infections. Earl Grey Tea also naturally contains fluoride.
Earl Grey Tea can also aid digestion and digestion related problems such as constipation and acid reflux.