Mrs. Grey - 4 oz loose tea - a soften black tea with citrus and lavender. So lovely!
Mrs. Grey is a smooth sophisticated black tea blend with fragrant oil of bergamot blended with additional orange, lemon and lavender. Bergamot is the oil from the rind of a bergamot orange that gives this black tea a unique fruity flavor.
The black tea base of Mrs. Grey Tea is a full-bodied black tea leaves from a plantation in India. As Mrs. Grey is steeped, the leaves open to the size of a dime, giving a soft fruity flavor.
We created a unique blend by adding orange, lemon and lavender to the already wonderful base of our Mr. Grey. Although we love our Mr. Grey tea blend, adding additional fruits and overlaying that with lavender, makes Mrs. Grey softer and more luxurious a cup of tea.
Earl Grey teas became well known by the British royals drinking them with morning and afternoon meals. The smoothness of this tea, creates a space for relaxation and rejuvenation.
It is exciting for us to find so many of our customers drink Mr. Grey and then try Mrs. Grey. As we talk with them at farmers markets and events, they are quick to tell us its one of their favorites. Mrs. Grey has a loyal following.
Mrs. Grey is a caffeine tea that is excellent hot or iced.
ICED: The Mrs. Grey blend is lovely southern iced on a hot summer day or served with brunch with a slice of orange or lemon. Use 1/4 cup of the tea blend steeped in 1 gallon of boiling water for 4 minutes. Add sweetener to taste and cool in refrigerator. (If steeped over 4 minutes the tea will burn and have a bitter taste – if this happens, add a ¼ teaspoon baking soda. Adding the baking soda will also clear up the tea if it becomes cloudy.
Hot: The fruity flavors make this an excellent hot tea served with orange slices, lemon, and milk. Use 1 teaspoon of Mrs. Grey tea in 1 cup of boiling water for 4 minutes. Add sweetener and milk. (If steeped over 4 minutes the tea will burn and have a bitter taste. You can steep the same tea bag several times during one sitting.
Great News! Per the Tea Association of the USA, Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, and can be found in almost 80% of all U.S. households. It is the only beverage commonly served hot or iced, anytime, anywhere, for any occasion. On any given day, over 159 million Americans are drinking tea.