Water just short of boiling and a long steep time makes for a very strong tea. As always, no sugar and no milk. Just the ticket!
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This classic blend of quality leaf Indian and China teas is flavoured with bergamot. Originally famous as a luxurious afternoon tea named after an English Prime Minister, it would be drunk lightly brewed usually without milk in all the best houses. Today it is enjoyed as an all-day tea, often brewed a little stronger and drunk with milk.
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Earl GreyAmai Tea & Bake House