Royal Elixir Tea

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Bergamot Oil, Black Tea
Artificial, Astringent, Citrusy, Soap
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Edit tea info Last updated by Stanisław Krzysztof Gurawski
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Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 7 oz / 200 ml

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Also known as Imperial Teas Group. From the package: “The knights of old are said to have relaxed in the evenings sipping an ancient herbal brew while listening to tales of valour and bravery. Today you too can relax and savour the twilight moment as you cherish a cup of Impra Royal Elixir. The perfect cup of tea for the evening hours.”

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Anyone who knows me would tell you that I’m a Ceylon black tea fanatic. I found a 250g tin of this at a local World market and figured it to be a good $10 sacrifice because it says PURE CEYLON TEA on the front of the damn thing. I got home, popped it open and was instantly disappointed. I have no doubt that it is indeed pure Ceylon, but it’s soaked in bergamot. It doesn’t say that anywhere on the package, but being a Brit, I should have guessed that if the word “royal” is part of the product that it would be doused in bergamot. Anyway, the tea is magnificent as an Earl Grey, but that’s not why I bought it. The rating here is based on the drink itself and NOT my purchasing experience and my overall disapproval of the product description.

**UPDATE: Impra is sending me a fresh tin of Ceylon black tea. What great customer service!

UPDATE: Impra has yet to send the tea as promised. It’s been two months now and I have made up my mind that I will NOT be buying from them again in the future. Ever.


I had never had pure Ceylon tea before (only as a part of blends) and got this to try it. I should note that what I got is a different variation of the same tea, it is “Knight” Royal Elixir Tea and comes in a black tin (Steepster doesn’t have a listing for it, I might add it). I loved the taste and just assumed that this was the natural taste of Ceylon. I did think it was a LOT like Earl Grey, but since it says EVERYWHERE on it that it is pure, I assumed that’s how it should be. Thanks for the heads up and sorry about your disappointment.


I resisted trying their pekoe cut Ceylon just yesterday. I must maintain my position because of their terrible service and disregard of customers.

Stanisław Krzysztof Gurawski

And this bergamot flover is overpowering the tea. It smells and tastes artificial. Very weird tasting notes.

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Artificially flavored Earl Grey tea. The bergamot flavor smells weird and tastes even weirder. I had some stomach complaints after drinking it.

Flavors: Artificial, Astringent, Citrusy, Soap

Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 7 OZ / 200 ML

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