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The Earl 40 Loose Pyramid Tea Bags

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  • The Earl - 40 Loose Pyramid Tea Bags
  • The Earl - 40 Loose Pyramid Tea Bags
Now: £6.77 Was: £10.25
SKU FSTELPB0420-40 Net Weight 100g

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The Tea

What's that nose-twitching, intriguing citrusy smell? Ahh it's bergamot! The unique flavour that sums up Earl Grey. And we decided to take it to whole new level, marrying it with lemon zest and a sublime large leaf Chinese black tea to bring The Earl to life.

The Pouch

Great news our catering pouch can now be recycled. Please check locally with your collection provider.

The pouch contains 40 loose pyramid bags which are NOT individually wrapped.

For Food Service
These tea pouches are great for smaller catering environments such as cafes, restaurants and B&Bs. For the ultimate show stopper effect, serve the loose leaf pyramid tea bag in a glass mug and watch the magic of the leaves unfold.

More About This Product

Sustainability & Sourcing
Plant Based Pyramid Bags

These teabags are biodegradable, plant-based teabags and will break down within 6 months if placed into a local authority compost caddy, though it may not compost as quickly if left in garden compost (as typically these are not sufficiently hot.)


Black Tea, Natural Bergamot Flavouring with Other Natural Flavourings (2.5%), Lemon Peel (2%).

Brewing instructions

Time is your best friend when it comes to perfect tea. Let the large, loose leaves unfurl in our specially shaped pyramid for 3-5 minutes. We’ll leave the milk and sugar up to you.

Doing good

With your support, Twinings helps provide access to clean water for villages across Darjeeling, helps improve mother and baby health in tea growing regions of Yunnan and helps improve health and nutrition in tea communities in Assam.


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