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Royal Cream Earl Grey

Royal Cream Earl Grey

Royal Cream Earl Grey

A luxurious blend of black tea, bergamot and a rich sweet cream flavour.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Cornflowers, Orange Peel, Natural Essences
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  • Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: 100°C
  • Steeping Time: 2 minutes (2-5 with milk) mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: Various
  • Caffeine: Medium-High

Royal Cream Earl Grey

This black tea blend from Shanti Tea is a perfect combination of sweet creamy notes, bergamot flavour and a rich, malty black tea base. This tea pairs well with milk and sweeteners but is also delightful served black. We recommend infusing for 2-3 minutes but up to 5 minutes if adding milk. A wonderful black tea blends for those who enjoy many different flavours, whether you enjoy Earl Grey or not, try Royal Cream Earl Grey!

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic
Grade or Quality: Loose leaf
Aroma: Creamy, citrus
Infusion Aroma: Creamy, citrusy, malty
Infusion Color: Amber
Base flavor: Sweet
Infusion Strength: Medium-Strong

Have you tried Royal Cream Earl Grey? Tell us what you think!

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One of my most favourite teas that is included in every order I place from Shanti. Absolutely the best Earl Grey I’ve tried.

Submitted by vashti.k.culham@gmail.com
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Sweet, strong and perfumed tea. Delicious! Will definitely be ordering more.

Submitted by Jane01
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One of my absolute favorite teas! The wonderful Earl Grey taste with a hint of creaminess! Always on the reorder list.

Submitted by kamila
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I thought it was good but it wasn’t as strong as I had hoped it would be. I was looking for a creamier smelling tea but I still enjoyed it tremendously.

Submitted by Bluebell Rivers

This is my favorite tea of all and it seems that my customers think so too!!!

Submitted by Debbie McKinley
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The only tea I drink everyday! I gave some to my friends to try and they all loved it.

Submitted by jmoney
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This is the most asked for tea from my customers.  Everyone raves of the wonderful aroma.  As well, myself only drink Cream of Earl Grey and by far this one is the utmost best tasting!!

Submitted by Debbie McKinley
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Bought this for my son who was drinking a non organic creme Earl Gray.
He is really enjoying shantitea.

Submitted by cor.m.mac@|gmail.com
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Best cream Earl Grey ever and I have tried many.  It has a wonderful fragrance and creamy and smooth taste.  Highly recommend.

Submitted by shan
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A fabulous earl grey tea.  It’s my go-to favourite, can’t get enough!

Submitted by socojo
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Truly my favorite earl grey tea. Really something else.

Submitted by truform
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I usually don’t like Earl Grey tea, but this stuff is mellow and well-balanced.

Submitted by CharlesE
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a lovely tea

Submitted by JanniesTeaCo
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There are bits of other stuff in this Earl Grey, but the bits don’t overpower the ‘earl.’ It’s good with cream & it works plain, for the Captain Picards of the world ;0)

Submitted by jacky
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Great if one wants an Earl Grey tea.

Submitted by rogerbenham
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This tea is a fascinating combination of Earl Grey and a hit of a warm, creamy vanilla infusion.  It has great depth and you think you are drinking a rich and smooth tea without the doctoring.  This is my go-to tea all Fall and Winter.

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From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog

Breakfast Tea: It Was Always English - by Richard Isaac

Breakfast Tea: It Was Always English

In the days when England ruled the world, there was no reason to specify that something was or was not “English” – it was simply assumed that it was. Therefore the famous morning beverage that we know as English Breakfast Tea was merely called Breakfast Tea in England, the quintessential representation of British teatime culture.

Contrary to popular belief, however, English Breakfast Tea did not get its start in England, but rather in America, where as early as Colonial Times colonists referred to this slightly sweet, strong black liquid as a representation of the mother culture. Another myth cites its origination in New York City in the mid-19th century, when an enterprising tea merchant invented a prototype that quickly became popular.

This full-bodied black blend is representative of our Canada tea company’s ability to take an old classic and update it with delicious, lovingly sourced organic ingredients. Typically drunk with milk and sugar, this exotic blend of teas is traditionally imported from such...

Read the rest of the article on our blog.