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Scents & Blends No 705

White Earl

  Formerly known as: White Earl 107 Earl Grey Fujian, China Organic Bio
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Zesty bitter orange pairs well not only with malty black teas. For this lighter version of the iconic Earl Grey blend, we’ve given our floral, fruity Chinese white a generous showering of luscious, all-natural Italian bergamot. 

Brewings in sec 90/40/60
Amount (tsp. / ml) 2 / 250
Temperature 70-80 °C

Series of infusions

Fine teas are suited for multiple brewings allowing you to experience their aromatic unfurling with every cup. Time your series of steeps according to this rough-and-ready timing guide to attain the most rewarding results.

Tea Dosage

It\'s the dose that makes the poison. And though your brew\'s intensity is surely a matter of personal preference, we suggest using this amount of dry leaves for a nicely well-rounded cup of tea.

Brewing Temperature

Our delicate leaves enjoy their baths hot. But not too hot. That\'s why we suggest brewing at this temperature to attain the most aromatic results.

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White Earl

Tasting Notes

floral, fruity, bergamot orange


Organic white tea, bitter orange essential oil

On a side note

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White Earl

"Legend has it that Charles the 2nd Earl Grey, Britain’s prime minister from 1930–34, once received a gift of tea flavoured with the pleasantly bracing oil of the Bergamot orange, a small citrus tree grown in Italy. Originally a black tea treat, the iconic Earl Grey aroma now seasons plenty of different oxidation grades – like our rich and robust Bai Mu Dan-based white tea, carefully hand-flavoured with the citrus tree’s natural essential oil. A great mix of Bai Mu Dan’s fully­flavoured white tea spectrum – from fruity to floral – and the characteristic Earl Grey citrus aroma, these pale green leaves serve up a well-balanced, yet distinctive experience with plenty of zing."

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