Williamson Earl Grey in a Box of 50 Tea Bags
An introduction to Williamson Earl Grey Tea:
Get a recipe for Panna Cotta dessert that you can use Williamson Earl Grey to make.
Williamson Earl Grey Tea uses only the finest tea leaves scented with natural oil of bergamot, producing an authentic and distinctive tea. Williamson uses tea leaves from their own farms in Kenya.
Williamson Earl Grey is an award-winning tea. Williamson Earl Grey won a 3 star award from the International Taste and Quality Institute. The Institute is made up of top professional chefs and sommeliers from all over Europe who independently taste the teas. Less than 8% of all products sampled obtained such an award. Williamson Ear Grey also is enjoyed by a 2-time Oscar Winner who says, "It is my all time favorite and I have it every morning. Thank you for producing such a wonderful taste."
Williamson blends tea with natural bergamot oil from Italy. Bergamot is a citrus fruit cultivated for its valuable oil.
Williamson Earl Grey can be taken black or with milk. Williamson suggests not making the tea too strong so the taste of the tea can be enjoyed without the strong taste of bergamot.
Tea leaves and bergamot oil.
Note: Williamson & Magor Tea has been renamed Williamson Tea)
Williamson Tea is a special name among tea connoisseurs. As one of the world's few private tea producing companies, Williamson Tea occupies an unique position in growing, producing, marketing, and selling fine teas.
Williamson Tea has been growing and selling quality tea since 1869 when Captain J H Williamson, who was involved in the management of tea estates in Assam, met R B Magor, an assistant with the Great Eastern Hotel in Calcutta.
A family-owned company, the Williamson Tea group remains one of the worlds largest tea producers. Williamson Tea operates 4 Kenyan tea estates in Changoi, Kapchorua, Kaimosi and Tinderet. Williamson Tea farms are set in the spectacular Kenyan Highlands and produce some of the worlds finest teas. The Kenyan Highlands have rolling hills carpeted in neat, bright green tea bushes. The Kenyan climate is perfect for producing tea with rain falling almost every afternoon. Williamson Tea farms are based in Nandi and Kericho districts of Kenya.