- Product Type: Flavored Tea
- Type: flavored black tea
- Style: Loose Tea
- Processing Type: Blended, Fresh
- Specialty: Health Tea, flavored black tea
- Packaging: Bag, Bottle, Box, Bulk, Can (Tinned), Gift Packing
- Certification: HACCP
- Grade: French Earl Grey
- Shelf Life: 3 Years
- Weight (kg): 1
- Place of Origin: Sri Lanka
- Brand Name: Hellens Tea
- Model Number: Hel2016
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French Earl Grey tea is traditional Earl Grey based with rose petals. Traditionally the term "Earl Grey" was applied only to black tea (Ceylon Black Tea); however today the term is also applied to green teas and white teas.
This Tea has a light refreshing taste and can be served hot with or without milk or sugar. It can also be used to make iced tea.
Ingredients: Earl grey Ceylon black tea, Rose Petals & Corn Flower, Calendula Flower, Orange and Lemon peel cut
Earl Grey to keep the doctor away:Fruit extract can help you lose weight, lower cholesterol and prevent diabetes
The bergamot orange, grown in the Mediterranean, is being hailed as ‘nature’s statin’. It contains chemicals called citrus polyphenols that appear to block production of blood fats, boost metabolism and prevent cholesterol absorption in the gut.
Research on more than 200 patients with high levels of blood fats, carried out by the University of Cantanzaro in Italy, found ‘bad’ cholesterol (LDL) reduced by 39% after a month of taking the extract. It also reduced blood sugars by 22% and raised ‘good’ cholesterol by 41%.
The History of Earl Grey Tea
Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey was Prime Minister of Great Britain between 1830 and 1834. He was a Whig politician and had a significant role in the reform of the government and the Reform Act of 1832. In addition to his political achievements, one of his legacies is the Earl Grey blend of tea. It is thought that he received a diplomatic gift of tea that was flavored with bergamot oil. It was so popular that Earl Grey asked British tea merchants to recreate it.