Princess Grey

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Chrysanthemum, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Princess Grey is a refreshing and light twist on a traditional Earl Grey tea! Our Princess Grey is a fine black tea blended with dried orange peel, chrysanthemum, classic bergamot oil and a touch of peach for a unique black tea taste. Princess Grey was blended to play down the strength and “pungency” that a traditional Earl Grey has- and we know you’ll adore our fresh as a peach take on a beloved bold favorite.
Princess Grey has the delightfully classic mild, balanced, malty and fresh Lady Grey taste once steeped, but with a youthful, fragrant peachy-fresh twist! It brews up a warm golden-brown tea liquor, with a delicate sweet peach aroma- a touch of astringency and a whole lot of flavor.
Enjoy our peach-scented take on a classic- fit for royalty!

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A lovely interpretation of the classic, well done and on the higher end of affordable. This tea blend tastes to be built on a good Keemun, with a bit of orange peel adding complexity beyond a toned-down hit of bergamot, and rounded out by some peach flavor. The black tea flavor dominates and the orange peel is clean and uplifting, while the claimed chrysanthemum ingredient is so subtle as to be undetectable. Not overly floral or fruity, and not particularly sweet. Less assertive than standard Earl Grey, but solid enough to make a great iced tea (sweet or un-), if it wasn’t below zero F outside! This was among my earliest purchases from Tealyra, around 4 yr ago, and it’s as good today as it was back then. I’ve kept it in a dark, closed mason jar at ambient. Glad they still offer it because it’s time to buy more! Only as a loose tea for now—I would happily buy it in mesh sachets—meanwhile I use fabric drawstring teabags and brew Western style in a big mug. No re-steeping.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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