Earl Grey Creme Black Tea
Earl Grey Creme
One of our best sellers is this classic black tea blend elevated by Bergamot citrus and notes of creamy vanilla. If you are a fan of Earl Grey, you will adore this one! We've made our Earl Grey Creme even creamier by adding mallow blossoms, malt and a hint of caramel to really bring life to the vanilla already dancing in this blend. Pair with milk to drink it like the Brits do. And if you are up for something posh, add steamed milk and lavender for a London Fog Latte (recipe below). One of our favorites for an afternoon cuppa!
Ingredients: Black Tea, Bergamot, Mallow Blossoms and Natural Creamy Vanilla, Malt and Caramel Flavor.
Origin: Sri Lanka
Water Temp: 190-212F
Steep Time: 3-5 mins
1 oz. serves about 15-20 cups of tea, depending on your desired strength and arrives in a resealable DM & Co. bag
Our 3oz. comes in a double insulated DM & Co. Tea Tin and serves about 45-60 cups while also saving you money per ounce.
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Blend Lavender Flowers to create a London Fog Latte!
Why do they call it a London Fog?
One of our favorite tea lattes, the London Fog has one of those origin stories we wonder about. As the warm milk hit the black Earl Grey tea it created a cloudy plume, turning the color of the fog-laden London afternoon and thus the name was born. (See recipe below to make yours at home)
Easy London Fog Drink (Earl Grey Tea Latte)Make London Fog at home with this easy and tasty recipe.
¾ cup water
2 teaspoons Earl Grey Creme or Vintage Earl Grey
Lavender for garnish
2 teaspoons brown sugar1 teaspoon vanilla extract
¾ cup milk (any kind)
INSTRUCTIONSBoil water on the stove top or use an electric kettle with a temperature setting (water set to 208°F). Use filtered water for a better tasting tea.Combine tea, lavender buds, and hot water in a teapot. Cover teapot and steep for 5 minutes.While tea is steeping, make the frothed milk.Heat milk and pour into a French press. Pump French press plunger until milk doubles in volume.Heat milk on the stove top by simmering on low then turning off the heat. Keep careful watch to make sure the milk doesn't come to a boil. Stir occasionally.Fill the French press halfway with milk. You want to leave room since the milk will double in volume.Strain tea leaves and pour tea into a cup. Stir in sugar and vanilla extract.Pour frothed milk from the French press into the cup.Garnish with dried lavender buds.