FOR NESPRESSO® BIO TEA - EARL OF GREY - 10 X 2g - Art.No.: 10150003

my-cups from Germany - Certified for trade by DE-ÖKO-006

Regular price €3,29

Unit price €16,45 EUR per 100g
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Chokodays in Stock9 are ready for shipment, delivery time 1- 4 working days
Approximate shipping weight Ca. 0.355 kg
Barcode: 4251471400196


Malty yet light and refreshing. This is the classic "Earl of Gray" from My Tea Cup. Your refreshing tea moment in between. Recharge your batteries. Insert the capsule into your Nespresso®³ machine, press the button. And already a world of power and harmony opens up to you. Let yourself be carried away there from the stress of everyday life. Enjoy the soft scent. Natural bergamot aroma: Our organic black tea blend from India and Sri Lanka goes perfectly with it. It gives your tea freshness. Intense taste. It caresses your palate. Takes you on a refreshing journey. So you are guaranteed to master any situation.


Strong and refreshing: The bergamot is married to our black tea blend to form "Earl of Gray". Matchless.


Assam, Darjeeling, and Ceylon. The combination of black teas from these growing areas - refined with a touch of bergamot oil - is one of the most popular: Earl Gray. Malty Assam and noble Darjeeling. Both are from India. But couldn't be more different. The one from large, fertile, hot, and humid tea gardens by the Brahmaputra river. The second is from higher gardens on the southern slopes of the Himalayas. Mountainous, cool and foggy. The whole of India covers around 20 percent of world tea production. But: Indians also love their tea. You drink most of it yourself. Only around 20 percent is exported. The British gave them a taste in the 19th century. When they built large tea plantations so as not to be so dependent on China. Also the namesake of the tea blend: a Brit. Charles Gray was British Prime Minister from 1830 to 1834. British influence goes even further. As a small island nation, Sri Lanka was also formerly under the British flag. As a colony of Ceylon. The tea is still called that. But for coffee, not for tea. In Sri Lanka, they continued to do so until 1869. Then a fungal disease destroyed the plantations. From then on, tea was grown. The cultivation regions are mainly located in the central highlands. There are high-grown, medium-grown, and low-grown teas. Depending on the height. Another variable: the two monsoon seasons. They have different effects on the growing areas. The result is a lot of unique character traits of the different growing areas, as with good wine. But the three teams in our "Earl of Gray" blend also have something in common: All are traditionally hand-picked.

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