Earl Grey Tea Box
Earl Grey is one of the most recognized flavoured teas in the world. This tea is typically a black tea base flavoured with oil from the rind of bergamot orange, a citrus fruit. It is said that a Chinese tea master blended the first Earl Grey tea as a gift for Charles Grey, the 2nd Earl of Grey and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1830 to 1834.
Maintaining the traditions of the original Earl Grey tea, Labookellie Earl Grey Tea is made by mixing nature-identical Bergamot Oil favour mixed with Black Tea. A cup of Labookellie Earl Grey Tea would assure you the premium flavoured tea experience in Sri Lanka. Earl Grey Tea is commonly used medicinally as to cure a number of illnesses including the cold and flu and has many health benefits that may just encourage you to add it to your tea basket.
Once the sealed pack is opened, please store in an airtight container to preserve the freshness and original quality of the Labookellie Earl Grey Tea.
Rinse the teapot with warm water.
Add one tea spoon per person and one for the pot.
Pour boiled water over tea.
Temperature: 95 - 100 C
Time: 3 - 5 minutes
Stir well after 2 minutes
Pour the brew to cups using a strainer
Labookellie Tea is handpicked from tea estates and produced carefully to the highest standards, maintaining the quality of Ceylon Tea. Labookellie tea estate is one of the oldest and largest tea estates in Sri Lanka, that has produced the finest Ceylon Tea for centuries that tasted and celebrated across the globe.
Labookellie Tea Estate is located in the Nuwara Eliya District with a salubrious climate and falling within the Dimbula growing region; it also could be considered as the most renowned name in Ceylon for Tea.
Between the hill capital Kandy, that houses the "Sacred Holy Relic of the Lord Buddha" and Nuwara Eliya, the city that coined the name Little England for its soothing atmosphere lies the Labookellie Tea Centre, 1500 m above the mean sea level where the finest Ceylon Tea is celebrated. Labookellie Tea Centre is one of the iconic tourist destinations in Sri Lanka.