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Earl Grey Green Tea

Excellent bergamot citrus with slight smoky character.
Luxury Gunpowder Green Tea, Natural Bergamot Flavour.
Sri Lanka, Uva - Welimada.
2-4 Mins 1/Cup 80°C
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Earl Grey Green Tea is a wonderful mix of tradition and new ideas. A delicious blend that combines bergamot's sweet, citrusy flavour with the bold, smoky flavour of gunpowder green tea. This unique blend comes from the famous UVA tea-growing region in Sri Lanka. It is a delightful twist on the classic Earl Grey and is perfect for tea lovers who want to try something new.
In southeast Sri Lanka, the UVA region is known for making high-quality tea. The area's high elevation, cool climate, and lots of rain make it the perfect place to grow tea with unique tastes and smells. Our gunpowder green tea, a mainstay of UVA's tea gardens, is carefully hand-rolled into small pellets that unfurl and release a strong, smoky flavour when steeped.
Earl Grey Green Tea is a new take on the traditional Earl Grey tea, which has been around since the 1800s. Earl Grey is a blend of black tea and bergamot oil. It was named after the British Prime Minister Charles Grey. Our new Earl Grey Green Tea stays true to the flavour of the original while adding the health benefits and delicate taste of green tea.

How to Prepare Earl Grey Green Tea

Loose leaf serving portion: Around 2g per 250ml cup
Water temperature: Around 80° C
Brewing Time: 2-4 minutes

How to Make a Green Tea Earl Grey Latte

Treat yourself to a Green Tea Earl Grey Latte. This tasty drink shows off the different tastes of our Earl Grey Green Tea.


  • 1 teaspoon of Earl Grey green tea
  • 1 cup hot (80°C/175°F) water
  • 1/2 cup milk or milk alternative
  • 1 teaspoon of honey or your favourite sweetener (optional)
  • Whipped cream (optional).


  • Steep one teaspoon of Earl Grey Green Tea in one cup of hot water for three minutes.
  • Remove the tea leaves.
  • Heat the milk or milk substitute over medium heat in a saucepan until it starts to steam.
  • Take off the heat.
  • You can use a milk frother or a whisk to make the milk foamy.
  • Pour the foamy milk into the tea; if you want, add honey or another sweetener. Stir slowly to blend.
  • Top your Green Tea Earl Grey Latte with whipped cream for an extra indulgent touch, and enjoy!

With our Earl Grey Green Tea, you can enjoy how well tradition and new ideas go together. Let its delicious taste take you to the tea gardens of Sri Lanka!

Earl Grey Green Tea: Your FAQ Guide

Discover more about Earl Grey Green Tea with our comprehensive FAQ guide. We've gathered the top most frequently asked questions your customers might ask!

Luxury Green Tea, Natural Bergamot Oil Flavour
Uva, Welimada
Approx 20mg per cup
Pekoe Orthodox Gunpowder
Bergamot Orange
Pale Yellow - Green
Wonderful bergamot and slightly smoky, Ceylon green tea.
Great Addition
Earl Grey
Full Bodied

What is Earl Grey Green Tea?

Earl Grey Green Tea is a blend of green tea leaves and the distinctive flavour of bergamot, a citrus fruit native to the Mediterranean region. This combination creates a light, refreshing tea with a subtle citrus aroma and taste.

What are the health benefits of Earl Grey Green Tea?

Earl Grey Green Tea offers a variety of health benefits, including:

  • Rich in antioxidants, which help to protect cells from damage
  • It may boost metabolism and support weight loss
  • Can promote heart health by improving cholesterol levels
  • It may improve mental focus and cognitive function
  • Contains anti-inflammatory properties

Read more about the health benefits of green tea.

How do I prepare Earl Grey Green Tea?

To prepare Earl Grey Green Tea:

  • Heat water to 80°C (176°F) – avoid boiling water, as it can make the tea taste bitter.
  • Add 1 teaspoon of tea leaves per 250ml cup of water.
  • Steep for 2-4 minutes, depending on your desired strength.
  • Strain the leaves and enjoy your tea.

What does Earl Grey Green Tea taste like?

Earl Grey Green Tea has a light, refreshing flavour with subtle citrus notes from the bergamot. The green tea base adds a delicate grassy taste, while the bergamot provides a fragrant, slightly sweet aroma.

Is there caffeine in Earl Grey Green Tea?

Yes, Earl Grey Green Tea contains caffeine in lower amounts than black tea or coffee. A typical 250 ml cup of Earl Grey Green Tea contains approximately 20mg of caffeine.

Can I add milk or sweeteners to Earl Grey Green Tea?

While traditionally enjoyed without milk, you can add a splash of milk or a dairy-free alternative to your Earl Grey Green Tea if desired. Sweeteners like honey, agave, or sugar can also be added to taste.

Are there any side effects of drinking Earl Grey Green Tea?

Drinking Earl Grey Green Tea in moderation is generally safe for most people. However, excessive consumption may lead to:

  • Increased heart rate or irregular heartbeat due to caffeine
  • Stomach upset or discomfort
  • Interference with iron absorption

Always consult your healthcare provider if you have concerns about consuming Earl Grey Green Tea, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or have a medical condition.

Can I drink Earl Grey Green Tea if I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?

It's best to consult your healthcare provider before consuming Earl Grey Green Tea during pregnancy or breastfeeding, as it contains caffeine and other compounds that may not be suitable for you or your baby.