Lavender Vanilla Earl Grey Black Tea

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An unexpected twist on earl grey tea, a traditional favorite. Fragrant oil of bergamot is paired with a hint of vanilla and a touch of lavender for a flavor that is delicately enhanced and a finish that is intriguingly smooth. Enjoy in the afternoon for a stress relieving pick me up.

Vegan and Gluten Free • NET WT 2 oz. (56.5 g)

A blend of black teas, organic black tea, oil of bergamot, vanilla, cornflower petals, lavender, flavors, sea salt, citric acid, malic acid.

Steeping Suggestions
* 1.5 tablespoons of loose tea

* 10-12 oz. of boiling (212°) water
* steep for 5 minutes

How to make a London Fog-

London Fog Tea Latte (Lavender Vanilla Earl Grey Latte)

This London Fog tea latte recipe is so simple to make homemade, and it is full of rich, comforting flavor.

A blend of black teas, organic black tea, oil of bergamot, vanilla, cornflower petals, lavender, flavors, sea salt, citric acid, malic acid.

  • 1 cup (8 oz.) strongly-brewed Lavender Vanilla Earl Grey tea
  • 1/2 cup (4 oz.) steamed milk* (any kind)
  • 1 Tbsp. granulated sugar**, or more or less to taste
  • 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract, store-bought or homemade


Brew Lavender Vanilla Earl Grey, and steep for 3 minutes (or according to tea instructions). Remove tea. Stir in remaining ingredients until combined.  Serve warm.

*Do not have a milk steamer, you can just heat the milk in the microwave or in a saucepan over medium-low heat until it is simmering but not boiling. (Very important – do not let the milk boil!)

What are black loose leaf teas like?


Black teas are medium to full- bodied. They can be hearty,
crisp, malty, earthy, or even sweet,depending on the tea.
Approximately 1/2 the caffeine of a cup of coffee


Health Benefits may include;

Cardiovascular Health ,Cancer Prevention
Skin and Hair Health
Bone and Connective Tissue
Digestive Tract Health
Brain and Nervous System
Increased Energy
Immune System




Black tea contains caffeine. ... Black tea is also full of healthy substances called polyphenols. Polyphenols are antioxidants that can help protect your cells from DNA damage. Some scientists think that specific antioxidants in tea, including polyphenols and catechins, may help prevent some types of cancer.


Is black tea better than green tea?


Both green and black tea are rich in a group of protective antioxidants called polyphenols. ... However, the type and amount of flavonoids they contain differ. For example, green tea contains a much higher amount of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), whereas black tea is a rich source of theaflavins


Black tea history


Black tea, also known as “red tea,” was discovered in China in the mid 17th century. Many years prior, only green and oolong teas were consumed. The story of how black tea came to be is that an army from Jianxi entered the Fujian Province and camped at a nearby tea factory.


Originating in the Assam district of India, it grows in warm, moist climates and is prolific in sub-tropical forests. Camellia sinensis sinensis is a smaller-leafed variety native to China that is typically used to make green and white tea.

 Lavender Vanilla Earl Grey tea is our #1 selling loose leaf tea.