Earl Grey Tea named after British Prime Minister Earl Grey II, this well-balanced black tea is lifted by the flavour of invigorating bergamot oil.
Newby’s Earl Grey Tea yields a bright-amber cup with a sweet citrus aroma and a full-bodied finish.
Newby Teas Earl GrayCaddy elevates the practice of drinking fine loose leaf tea, making it a beautiful and thoughtful experience, great tea lovers gift.
|Weight||4.4 oz (125 grams)|
|Tasting Notes||A bright-amber cup with a fragrant citrus aroma and smooth finish. Balanced and full-bodied with sweet hints of bergamot.|
|The Perfect Cup||Brew loose leaf and whole leaf black tea at boiling water for 3-5 minutes.|
Newby is the world’s most awarded luxury fine tea brand. Newby was founded in London at the turn of the millennium with a clear mission - to reintroduce quality fine tea and revive the world’s love for it.
As a company they refuse to use anything but the very best. The best tea leaves used are among the finest available. Only first and second flush fine tea leaves, those picked in prime season from March to July go into Newby teas products.
Newby teas are renowned for uncompromising flavor that mirrors the character of their source. Fine tea is shipped directly to their unique, state-of-the-art preservation, storage, blending and packing facility in India. A facility which is strategically located in the heart of all the fine tea-growing regions of the world thus reducing transit time to preserve quality.
No other tea brand, locally or internationally, has the same rigorous standards, placing Newby at the forefront of the fine luxury tea industry.
Dedicated tea tasters’ trial thousands of cups before selecting the best tea blends. Newby’s fine teas and tisanes can be found in five-star hotels, Michelin-starred restaurants, high-end luxury stores and esteemed heritage venues globally.
Newby prides itself on delivering a luxury brand and the best fine teas available globally. Fulfilled only owing to a devoted and discerning process from field to cup which we like to call, ‘the craft of fine tea.’