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Breakfast Earl Grey Loose Tea Pouch

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Item Code: 272443 / Net weight: 125g / 4.41oz


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Origin: Blended
Leaf Type: Black Tea with Flavouring
Taste: Lively, lightly perfumed with bergamot
Drink: Light without milk or strong with milk
Brew:3-5 minutes according to taste
When to drink: Morning

Whittard's traditional Earl Grey Tea has been given a stronger twist to make it perfect for drinking at breakfast time.

Breakfast Earl Grey fuses malty Assam, crisp Ceylon and mellow Kenyan black teas to create a vigorous blend with just the right kick for mornings. It still has the irresistible, delicate bergamot taste, but is livelier than classic Earl Grey.

As the name suggests, Breakfast Earl Grey Tea is definitely a drink for the mornings! It packs a welcome punch without compromising on that much-loved classic Earl Grey taste.


Black Tea, 2.5% Bergamot flavouring.


Brew a Perfect Cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teaspoon (around 2g) per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with or without milk.

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Average customer rating based on 3 reviews

Please don't ever stop making this tea. We wake up to three or four cups of it every morning, the perfect combination of Bergamot and malty, strong Assam. Please also make a "tagged teabag, individually wrapped" version that we could take to work.

Posted by Graeme Archer (3rd April 2015)


Much preferred the previous version of this tea. The current version seems to have a higher proportion of Bergamot in it, which my sensitive palate finds rather overwhelming. However, I'm sticking with it , and am gradually getting acclimatised. Can't help wishing the old recipe would come back, though!

Posted by Diane Ambrose (20th April 2012)


Every morning, I get my bore work too. But, in this time, I'm changed my feeling by taste of this tea. Hello ! My jobs. Hello ! My morning. Welcome my bore task !

Posted by TSUYOSHI HIRAI (8th October 2011)

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