Earl Grey Duchess

Earl Grey Duchess

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Skopa, TheZeroWastePlace
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£3.50
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£3.50
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£3.75
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Description:

Dried lemon peels and orange pieces add a citrus twist to the traditional Earl Grey Tea making it a fantastic alternative to savour and enjoy. High quality tea is used providing a wonderful piquant flavour that when combined with a quality bergamot oil and citrus flavours has a full bodied finish. Beautifully refreshing and certainly one we think the Duchess would have approved of.

INGREDIENTS:Black Tea, Orange Pieces, Cornflower and Rose petals, Lime Leaves and Natural Flavours

ORIGIN:Dimbula (Sri Lanka), Anhui (China), Seville (Spain), Tuscany (Italy). Grown: (5000), (6500) and (2000) ft above sea level.

CAFFEINE:Approx between 27- 35mg per cup

LEAVES:Orthodox Orange Pekoe (OP)

AROMA:Earl grey bergamot with citrus notes

COLOUR:Bright and coppery

TASTE:Excellent Earl Grey taste accented with piquant lemon

WELL BEING:Invigorating

MENU GUIDE:Popular

FLAVOUR:Floral

FLAVOUR:Lemon

FLAVOUR:Citrus

STRENGTH:Medium Bodied

CAFFEINE CONTENT:Moderate

Supplied by Jenier World Teas

Ethical Tea Partnership 

Jenier World of Teas source all our teas through member organisations of the Ethical Tea Partnership. The Ethical Tea Partnership has a goal to provide consumers with a totally transparent perspective on where tea is grown and manufactured. All aspects of the quality of lives for those living and working on tea estates is covered including fair compensation health coverage, housing and childcare.

The ETP runs monitoring and improvement programmes to help tea producers improve against the Ethical Tea Partnership Global Standard, and all audits are carried out by independent third-part auditors. Whilst similar to Fair trade, the ETP is totally focussed on tea and is able to address the many individual nuances and regional peculiarities within the tea trade. ETP also differs from Fair Trade in that its primary focus isn't economics, but is also very much led by the social and environmental aspects of the tea trade. This approach is helpful as where higher prices are paid in developing countries it addresses the concern of unscrupulous companies bolstering lost margins further along the supply chain.

For more information visit:

the ethical tea partnership