Dilmah Earl Grey Loose Tea also is available.
Summary of Dilmah Earl Grey Tea
The tea has a slight flowery smell, earthy flavor and taste of citrus. A good Earl Grey starts with a good black tea. Dilmah Earl Grey begins with a premium, strong Ceylon Tea. Then, bergamot (a citrus fruit) is added.
Details on Dilmah Earl Grey
Dilmah Earl Grey Tea
is a rich and strong black tea, which is enhanced with oil of bergamot. Among many of the Earl Grey Teas on the market, Dilmah Earl Grey is distinctive. It has a
unique flavor and brews a rosewood color (deep brown with orange hints). If you take a moment to really smell Dilmah Earl Grey, you will find a complex mix: florals, marzipan, sweet
Christmas spices, as well as aromas that remind you of a floral
garden and fruit garden. After tasting it, you may find it to be the most distinctive Earl Grey you had ever tried.
How did Earl Grey Tea get its name?
The legend of Earl Grey Tea is one of politics and intrigue. A
British diplomat saved the life of an official of the Imperial Chinese
Court. In return, the recipe for a tea enhanced with the peel of a special variety of orange were given to Charles, 2nd Earl of Grey, also then the Prime
Minister of England. The tea that became known as Earl Grey Tea, which
combines a black tea with bergamot (citrus) flavor.
Single Origin 100% Pure Ceylon
Dilmah is entirely grown, handpicked and packaged in Ceylon (Sri Lanka), producer of the world's finest tea. Single origin explains why Dilmah is fresher, richer and full of flavor. Discerning tea drinkers will recognize the distinct difference in the very first sip.
Packaged at the Source, Garden Fresh and All Natural
Packaged in Sri Lanka within days of picking fresh leaf in the tea fields, maximizes freshness, the key to antioxidants in tea.
Ordinary teas have abandoned the centuries old "orthodox" method or manufacturing for the fast track CTC (cut twist curl) method to meet demand for a quicker brew from tea bags. This sacrifices the character and real taste of tea. Dilmah stands firmly by traditional tea making methods, which explains why Dilmah tea tastes different.