Tea Forte EARL GREY Organic Loose Leaf Black Tea, 3.5 Ounce Tea Tin

April 15, 2017 - Comment

Complex and assertive, black tea is the most consumed of all the teas. Black tea goes through four stages of production – withering, rolling, oxidation and drying/firing. This process results in a penetrating, intense taste and contains more caffeine than less oxidized teas. With a focus on quality, Tea Forté only seeks out small gardens

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Complex and assertive, black tea is the most consumed of all the teas. Black tea goes through four stages of production – withering, rolling, oxidation and drying/firing. This process results in a penetrating, intense taste and contains more caffeine than less oxidized teas. With a focus on quality, Tea Forté only seeks out small gardens dedicated to quality and sustainable practices, to protect and benefit the people and the land.

Tea Forte offers the same high quality blends from our signature pyramid infusers in loose tea form. The weight of the tea ranges from 50-130 grams depending on the volume of the blend. Each canister makes approximately 35-50 delicious cups.

Product Features

  • ROBUST ASSAM LEAVES with a light liquoring of cold-pressed, Italian Bergamot citrus, deeply aromatic with a bold flavor
  • BLACK TEA are robust and full-bodied.
  • OUR WHOLE LEAF TEAS are selected from small gardens dedicated to quality and sustainable practices
  • STEEPING: Bring fresh, cold water to a boil and pour over 1 teaspoon of tea leaves per 8 ounces of water. Steep 3-5 minutes.
  • USDA Certified Organic, Fair Trade Certified

Comments

Jason says:

Great aroma and taste. Inconsistent leaf size. Overpriced. Earl Grey is my favorite tea, so I’ve tried quite a lot of Earl Grey brands. Tea Forte Earl Grey was my first loose leaf I bought for home. The only reason I got it was because Tea Forte was running a promotion for a free Kati brewing cup when you buy a tea canister. But, I was still impressed with the aroma and quality of the tea. It’s very fragrant, has a “full” taste, and the aesthetics are nice (the blue lotus flower makes it “look” like a quality tea). 

Dart says:

Do you fancy a cuppa? It tastes not bad, and smells good. However , there is residue in a cup after brewing. It is possitioned as loose leaf tea of course but it is doubtfool thouh that it can be called so. I would say it is better than ordinary teas like twinnings but I would try also something else. Nevertheless you can greatly enjoy your cuppa.

Micha says:

A fantastic start to every morning Im an avid tea lover. When I went loose leaf there was no going back, when I tried Earl Grey there was no going back, when I tried Tea Forte’s Earl Grey I was finally home. I sip a glass every morning sooo bye bye coffee. Tea Forte’s Earl Grey flavor is divine and a pleasant start to my morning. I recommend it to EVERYONE.

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