Earl Grey Tea Organic | Camellia sinensis


This Earl grey tea will knock your socks off. We have converted many people to this earl grey. If you don’t like earl grey tea you havn’t tried this one. A quality organic black tea with pure Bergamont oil makes this a lovely afternoon cuppa.

Black tea has many properties. After fermentation from green tea to black tea, about 15% of the catechins remain unchanged and the rest convert into
theaflavines and thearubigins. These polyphenols give black tea its dark colour.

Tea has a long history of use dating back over 5000 years and been used medicinally in many Asian countries. It has now been verified by research that the antioxidants in Black tea confer health benefits to the cardiovascular system, brain, digestion and metabolic system. If we look at the number of phytochemical constituents we can see why. Black tea, is the oxidised leaf of Camellia sinensis, contains nearly 4000 bioactive compounds, with the health promoting effects largely attributed to the catechins, together with the polyphenols. A review of the unique black tea constituents reveals antioxidant capacities (1).

This organic black earl grey tea is far superior to other tea you may have tried. Try it for yourself. A strong black tea can have a better effect that coffee in waking up the brain without the jittery, laxative or diuretic effects that coffee has.

A simple cup of tea every day can do wonders for your health espeically as a preventative therapy.

All of our teas are organic or wild harvested from natural surroundings. Enjoy!

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Earl grey tea organic with bergamont oil


Catechins (3-10%) – epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), epigallocatechin (EGC), epicatechin gallate (ECG), epicatechin (EC), Flavonoids (6-8%)- kaempferol, quercetin, myricetin, proanthocyanidins, Xanthine alkaloids (8-11%) – caffeine, theobromine, theophylline, Amino acids (13-15%) – theanine, glutamic acid, Phenolic acids (10-12%) – theaflavine (3-6%), thearubigins (12-18%), Tannins, Bergamont oil


Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, Cardioprotective, Hypolipidaemic, Antiatherosclerotic, Anti-diabetic, Anti-obesity, Anticarcinogenic, Neuroprotective, Antiaging


This herb has GRAS rating {Generally Recognised as Safe}. Avoid when anaemic as the tannins in green tea can inhibit iron absortion. Caffeine may overstimulate some people, interfere with the sleep cycle or exacerbate anxiety.


Steep 1 heaped teaspoon of tea 3-5 minutes in boiling water. Reuse leaves 1-2 times.


50 grams, 100 grams, 200 grams

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