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Organic Lavender Earl Grey Loose Tea

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Can your next cuppa' Earl Grey be even more decadent, since it includes lavender flowers? An unexpected twist on one of your favorites that you'll enjoy adding to your tea repertoire.


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    The taste of Earl Grey — black tea with a light bergamot citrus finish — is legendary, so we're upping the ante with 100% organic lavender flowers. We think it makes the famous flavor refreshing, slightly sweet and certainly memorable!

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Customer Reviews

This is a beautiful tea. The first thing you taste is the black tea and lavender and then as you’re about to swallow, the familiar bergamot flavor of earl grey hits. The lavender is not overpowering at all. I absolutely love this tea, I will be buying again.
(Posted on 4/12/15)
I have bought this one a few times. Earl Grey is my favorite of all teas, and when I discovered Two Leaves’ Lavender Earl Grey, I swooned. This is my fave...I really didn’t think there could be a better tea out there.
(Posted on 6/22/14)

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