Earl Grey Gift Set
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Calling all connoisseurs and newbie tea enthusiasts alike: Take your morning tea routine around the world. This sample set is comprised of four unique variations on Earl Grey tea, all defined by varying amounts of bergamot. Bergamot is most pronounced in the safflower strewn Thé des Lords, made with French and German bergamot. The Blue of London flavor is subtler, made from well balanced and refined Yunnan black tea. Green of London is delicate, with the bergamot balanced by the Chinese Mao Feng jasmine green tea. Lastly, perfect for when you’re craving Earl Grey flavor in the evenings: Rooibos des Lords, a caffeine-free South African red tea.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Packaged in France and Nepal; sourced from Germany, France, China, and South Africa
Loose, whole-leaf tea. Thé des Lords is made of black tea, bergamot, safflower petals; Blue of London is made of Yunnan black tea, bergamot; Green of London is made of Mao Feng jasmine, bergamot, green tea, blue mallow flowers, cornflower petals; Rooibos des Lords is made of rooibos, orange blossom flavor, bergamot
4 canisters holding 1 ounce each
Care & Notes -
Teas have a 2 to 3 year shelf life.
Meet the Maker
NEW YORK, NY
Palais des Thés is the premiere global tea shop, first started in Paris in 1986. Founder François-Xavier Delmas has been touring the world's tea plantations for more than 25 years -- he's intimate with the suppliers and knows exactly what the best signature teas are to offer his customers. For those who want to be in the know, Palais des Thés also runs classes on tea, and have published The Tea Drinkers' Handbook, one of the most renowned books on tea. We're more than happy to let our tea breaks be guided by the experts.View Full Profile
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