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250g Supreme Earl Grey Loose Slight Aroma Black Tea

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Specification: ● Origin: Sri Lanka ● Tea Type: Loose Black Tea ● Grade: Supreme ★★★☆☆ ● Net Weight: 250g ● Expired...
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Specification:
● Origin: Sri Lanka
● Tea Type: Loose Black Tea
● Grade: Supreme ★★★☆☆
● Net Weight: 250g
● Expired Date: 18 Months
● Apply For : Raw material for Milky Tea , Coffee, etc. Or brewing with water @Ratio 1:50.
● Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature( Below -10C);
 
About Earl Grey Black Tea
Earl Grey tea is a tea blend which has been flavoured with the addition of oil of bergamot. Traditionally, "Earl Grey" was made from black teas, but tea companies have since begun to offer Earl Grey in other varieties as well, such as green or oolong.
Earl Grey tea is used as a flavouring for many types of cakes and confectionery, such as chocolates, as well as savoury sauces.For sauces, the flavour is normally created by adding tea bags to the basic stock, boiling for a few minutes and then discarding the bags. For sweet recipes, loose tea is often added to melted butter or hot cream and strained after the flavour is infused.
There is a considerable history of Earl Grey tea being used as a drink mixer, in particular for gin, within the British Isles, somewhat similar in principle to the Irish coffee, though this is seldom practised today. During the later 19th century, poorer working class households began to combine the drinks as a minimum proof alcohol volume began to be meaningfully applied, following an 1855 revision to the Weights and Measures Act, to the relatively inexpensive spirit, making it unpalatable when taken neat.Being somewhat similarly flavoured, the two made for an affordable and pleasant pairing, in addition to which the necessary boiling during preparation plus its proof alcohol level helped disarm water-borne contaminants, then a significant public health risk. The drink became associated briefly with middle-class - particularly, female - alcoholism during the interwar years of the 20th century; it was during this time that the preparation was first referred to as a "Moseley Tea Service", after the bourgeois area of Birmingham.Although the drink was never to achieve the ubiquity of the Irish coffee, it continues like many retro cocktails to be offered as a niche item in some contemporary bars and restaurants.
 
 
Brewing
 
Scoop 1 spoon about 3~4g of Earl Grey tea and threw into Glass Tea Cup (or Gai Wan) about 150-200ml. Pour water (80–85 °C ) and brewing about 15 minutes. Ratio between tea and water is about 1:50.
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