Fall in love with earl grey all over again! Herbal Earl takes the smooth taste of bergamot and adds a new twist. Naturally, caffeine-free rooibos provides a perfect base for an earl grey you can drink at any time of day.
Caffeine Content: None
Orange essential oil and lavender add a smooth sweetness to the earl grey, making each cup bold and flavorful.
- Organic Rooibos: Rooibos tea is very nutritious as it contains high amounts of antioxidants and minerals such as calcium, manganese, and fluoride.
- Organic Lavender: Along with its pleasant aroma, Lavender provides a handful of health benefits. These include: reducing anxiety, pain and inflammation relief, improving skin health, and supporting respiratory health.
- Organic Bergamot: Most commonly known for its flavor in Earl Grey tea, this fruit is commonly used to reduce stress/anxiety, support digestion, cardiovascular and skin health all while boosting your mood with its uplifting properties.
- Orange Essential Oils
Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea to 8 oz of near-boiling temperature water
Let the tea steep for 5-7 minutes
For best results, use filtered water (water can really affect the taste of the tea if it is not filtered)
Ratings & Reviews for Organic Herbal Earl
It has notes of and is reminiscent of an Earl Grey but it is not Earl Grey. It‚Äôs not a black tea and the balance is different. It‚Äôs a deliciously fragrant tea, strong on citrus, particularly orange, that tastes less strong than it smells. The bergamot flavor is not as strong as I would prefer and the Rooibos vs. black tea isn‚Äôt as deeply bodied or floral by design. It‚Äôs a good tea, not a 3, but not quite a 4, more a 3.5. I enjoy having it but prefer a Rooibos Chai more frequently. I just think Rooibos lends itself better to the warming spices of chai vs the floral notes of an Earl Grey.
I absolutely love this Earl gray rooibos tea. It has a wonderful bergamot taste without being over done.
Great for when you want the bergamot of Earl Grey but in the late afternoon or evening. Even better than some of the Black Tea Earl Grey's I've had, as the rooibos works very well with the lavender and bergamot.
This had nice Earl Grey flavor but found the lavender was a bit too heavy. Still a nice cup of tea.