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Earl Grey black tea

A classic of the English tradition, this tea is made from Ceylon pekoe orange tea*, flowers and a natural bergamot flavor.

Sri Lanka
Black tea
$5.99

Why choose this tea?

A classic of the English tradition, this tea is made from Ceylon pekoe orange tea*, flowers and a natural bergamot flavor.

MORE INFORMATION
Use 1 tsp. teaspoon per 235mL of hot water (90°C) and infuse it for 2 to 3 minutes.

Its properties :

• Natural source of antioxidants and vitamins A, B, C and E
• Reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases
• Anti-cancer properties
• Stimulates the mind and increases concentration

*Ceylon tea comes from the country now known as Sri Lanka. During the English colonial period, tea was introduced to the country to replace a devastated coffee crop. The name Ceylon has survived to designate the origin of this tea and is now synonymous with quality.

quality and freshness: our promise

Our coffees are roasted to order right here in Gatineau and are always shipped 2 days after roasting. Thanks to our selection of organic and fair-trade beans, we can also guarantee you the best coffee possible.

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