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Paisley Organic Earl Grey

4.95 In Stock

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High-quality, organic black tea gets the royal treatment with citrusy bergamot oil in this classic tea.

$4.95 - $35.70

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  • Description


    The Earl Grey flavor truly is legendary among tea drinkers, and we say ours is “the bergamost!” We’ve punched up this tea with just the right amount of citrusy bergamot oil. It brews up fast and strong, so that if Earl Grey has always held a spot in your heart, this one will be on your daily to-drink list for years to come. Contains 20 individually wrapped paper tea bags. Gluten-free and vegan.

  • Directions

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    1/2 cup coffee
    15oz at full boil, 210° steep 3 min


Customer Reviews

The Paisley Earl Grey is my new go-to morning black tea. When I don’t have time to brew a loose leaf cup and need a quality, convenient black tea in a bag, this is the one I choose! It pairs nicely with honey and a touch of cream or milk, too. You can’t find a better quality earl grey for the price.
(Posted on 2/18/14)

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