Earl Grey Teas
Probably the most drunk tea in the world, Earl Grey tea is a delicious blend of black tea flavored with bergamot. Highly appreciated by the English, Earl Grey owes its name to Count Charles Grey, a British Prime Minister in the early nineteenth century. For traditional gourmets, (re)discover the freshness and delicacy of the authentic Kusmi Tea Earl Grey recipe. For tea lovers, go for the must-have Prince Wladimir with Earl Grey, citrus, vanilla, and spices. For foodies, enjoy a mug of St. Petersburg tea, whose traditional recipe has been embellished with the flavors of berries and caramel. For a lighter tea, opt for a cup of Bleu Blanc Rouge tea, which consists of black tea with blueberry flowers, flavored with bergamot. This summer, don't hesitate to try iced tea versions of our Earl Grey recipes. The Anastasia recipe is delicious both hot and iced! Black tea with bergamot can be enjoyed in the morning for breakfast or in the afternoon for a delicious tea time or a tea break.
With Earl Grey Intense, Kusmi Tea gives its own interpretation of Earl Grey by revisiting this very famous flavored black tea. Intensely perfumed, and easily recognizable with its gold lid, it combines black tea with the power of bergamot essential oil and zesty notes of lemon peel. With its full-bodied flavor, Earl Grey Intense will seduce women as well as men and will turn your teatime into a nice sharing moment. Earl Grey at its best
Black tea, lemon peel (2%), essential oil of bergamot
Created for the 300-year celebration of the city of St Petersburg, where Kusmi Tea’s history began in 1867, St Petersburg is a delicious mixture of Earl Grey, caramel, and red fruits with a hint of vanilla.
Black tea, essential oil of bergamot, flavourings
Without a doubt the most popular flavoured black tea in the world, Earl Grey owes its name to an early 19th century British prime minister. The intense, fresh flavour of bergamot (a small citrus fruit from Sicily) pairs beautifully with the black tea.
Black tea, essential oil of bergamot
Inspired by the story of the Grand Duchess Anastasia, daughter of the Romanov dynasty’s Czar Nicholas II, this exclusive Earl Grey blend exemplifies Kusmi’s famous Russian taste with its combination of black tea, bergamot, lemon and orange blossom. Kept secret since its creation, Anastasia is one of the iconic recipes created by Pavel Kousmichoff.
Let the beauty of this unique blend transport you to the Paris of your dreams. Kusmi Tea and the Avenue des Champs-Elysées are collaborating to launch the Earl Grey Bleu Blanc Rouge: a recipe which symbolizes the prestige and the elegance of the French capital through its brightly coloured ingredients embellishing a black tea base. The power of bergamot meets with the full-bodied flavour of fruit and with the delicate touch of cornflower petals. With its blue, white and red ingredients, as a nod to the French flag, this blend will be an iconic souvenir of a stay in Paris. The delicately flavoured Earl Grey Bleu Blanc Rouge will make you fall in love with the most beautiful avenue in the world.
Black tea, apple, strawberry, cornflower petals (1,9%), bergamot essential oil
Created by Pavel Kousmichoff in 1880 in honor of the birth of his eldest daughter, Elisabeth, Bouquet of Flowers N°108 is Kusmi Tea’s oldest recipe. A combination of Earl Grey, citrus fruits and flowers makes this tea a very delicate blend.
Black tea, essential oils of bergamot, lemon, lime, orange, mandarin and Ylang-ylang
Kusmi Tea offers a decaffeinated version of Earl Grey that combines citrus flavours with bergamot. All the pleasure of a flavoured black tea without the effects of caffeine.
Decaffeinated black China tea with scents of bergamot and citrus fruits
Created in the early 19th century, Earl Grey Polish blend No. 18 is one of Kusmi’s very first teas. It is considered a tangier version of Earl Grey, adding lemon and lime to the traditional bergamot flavour.
Black tea, essential oils of bergamot, lime and lemon
A Russian classic, Troika was the name given in pre-Revolutionary Russia to a team of three horses pulling a carriage. Here, Troika means a combination of three royal citrus fruits: bergamot, orange and mandarin, in a blend of black teas from China, India and Ceylon.
Russian blend of black China, Ceylon and India teas with scents of bergamot, orange and mandarin