Rose Grey Tea - Premium Loose Leaf Black Tea (4 oz) - High Caffeine - Rosemary & Lavender

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Classically Earl Grey tea is named for the 2nd Earl Grey, Charles Grey, who was the British Prime Minister in the 1830s. A historic blend that we have a fun twist on with rose petals, lavender flowers, and rosemary. An elegant tea that brings the proud tea-loving history of the British together with the ingenuity of American tea drinkers.

Ingredients: Whole Leaf Black Tea, Rose Petals, Lavender Flowers, Rosemary with rose and bergamot flavors

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M.B.
Lovely tea

I'm a huge fan of Earl Grey - loved their Blue lady grey and love this. The perfect hint of floral flavors- I would order again

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M.B.
Lovely tea

I'm a huge fan of Earl Grey - loved their Blue lady grey and love this. The perfect hint of floral flavors- I would order again

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L.
Lovely!

Such a great blend of flavors. Not too strong or too light, well balanced with the black tea. Reminiscent of classic earl grey, but delightfully different.

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L.
Lovely!

Such a great blend of flavors. Not too strong or too light, well balanced with the black tea. Reminiscent of classic earl grey, but delightfully different.

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M.
Rose Grey

Loved her better than her cousin!

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M.
Rose Grey

Loved her better than her cousin!

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E.
Great twist on a classic

Very tasty twist on a classic tea. I always enjoyed Earl Grey fine, but felt most left something to be desired for me. This blend left nothing to be desired except for the pot to not go empty too soon. Relaxing, not too heavy with lavender, and the taste of Earl Grey clearly at the forefront. Certainly agree with the description - an elegant tea!

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E.
Great twist on a classic

Very tasty twist on a classic tea. I always enjoyed Earl Grey fine, but felt most left something to be desired for me. This blend left nothing to be desired except for the pot to not go empty too soon. Relaxing, not too heavy with lavender, and the taste of Earl Grey clearly at the forefront. Certainly agree with the description - an elegant tea!