Lavender Earl Grey

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Wings flutter like excited hearts. Wafts of wind float delicate iridescence to playful heights. Why stay earthbound when the air is filled with such joy.

Blending Notes

AROMA: Floral & spicy
PALATE: Expressive & opulent
PURPOSE: Stress relief, mood boost

A lovely floral and aromatic infusion that is both soothing and uplifting at the same time.

Ingredients

Estate black tea, organic lavender, rose petals, and natural bergamot oil

HIGH CAFFEINE
BLEND NO. 2000

This blend uses certified organic, ultra lavender freshly harvested in Provence, France. It is the highest quality lavender (tea grade) with the greatest concentration of floral essential oils. The addition of lavender in an Earl Grey blend is a beloved one in France. Lavender is thought to have been used in Roman times to scent baths and bed linens, hence its name derived from the Latin word, lavare (to wash). Natural bergamot oil is known for its calming, uplifting, and restorative properties.

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4.8 Based on 16 Reviews
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SR
12/25/2020
SANDRA R.
United States United States
New earl grey

A bit too floral

LG
12/20/2020
Lindsay G.
United States United States
Best Black Tea

I am more of a green tea lover but when I first tasted this in Las Vegas, I fell in love. It is extremely fragrant and smooth.

AH
11/08/2020
Amelia H.
United States United States
Very nice if you like lavender

I'm not the biggest fan of lavender, but I really enjoyed this tea! I don't think I'd get it again, but I did have a friend try it (who really enjoys lavender) and he said it was fantastic. So, if you like lavender, highly recommend! If you're not a huge fan of lavender, I'll still recommend getting the sample bag because it's still a really good tea.

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