Duke, Duke, Duke. Duke of Earl Grey tea is so good youll want to sing about it! Lord Grey was a British Prime minister in the 1830s, and in accordance with Grey family tradition, Earl Grey tea was specially blended by a Chinese public official while in Great Britain. The water at Northumberland, the familys estate, contained high levels of lime, and extract from the bergamot orange was used to make the tea more palatable. The resulting flavor combination of stately black tea and effervescent bergamot citrus deserves a tip of the hat. Jolly good! Prospect Teas Duke of Earl Grey is a bold, dark tea brightened with a soothing citrus sparkle. Contains caffeine for the perfect 3 p.m. need-a-second-wind, pick-me-up.
- Black tea.
- 24 single serve capsules per box.
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How to Brew
Compatible for use with Keurig K-Cup Brewers (including Keurig 2.0).
Did not like the taste of this one at all. Too strong in the wrong ways & I like a strong cup of tea. It had an odd taste, no where near other Earl Grey teas I have had.
Almost didn't buy this as all I've tried didn't compare well to the discontinued Stash Double Bergamot K-cup tea. I'm sure glad I changed my mine and ordered a box of this Prospect Duke of Earl Grey K-cups. I only regret ordering just the 1 box but will be getting more. Just hope they don't discontinue this one. This tea is very flavourful, not like other wimpy tasting Earl Grey teas. If you like those mild ones, this one may not be for you.
Brewed at 8oz will get the best taste from this tea pod. They pack so much tea into this pod, I was able to get another 4oz brew and still tastes great. Very fragrant and quality packed tea.